Triad boss called Broken Tooth
11 December 2020
Wan Kuok Koi, the leader of China’s 14K Triad organised crime group was imposed sanctions by US authorities. Kuok Koi is a member of the Chinese Communist Party’s People’s Political Consultative Conference, The US also blacklisted one Liberian individual and one Kyrgyz individual under Executive Order, for corruption and serious human rights abuse. Under the sanctions, all property and companies in the US, of the three individuals are frozen. US citizens and companies are barred from dealing with the sanctioned entities.
According to the treasury Kuok Koi is engaged in drug trafficking, illegal gambling, racketeering, human trafficking and other criminal activities. The Treasury designated three entities owned or controlled by him: Cambodia-based World Hongmen History and Culture Association; Hong Kong-based Dongmei Group; and the Palau China Hung-Mun Cultural Association, based in Palau. It said the World Hongmen group had enlisted elites in Malaysia and Cambodia, who assist in illegal criminal activities by calling their actions as part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and other major initiatives of the CCP.
It is unbelievable that a person of criminal records could hold such a high position in the Communist Party of China.
Raimbek Matraimov, a former deputy of the Kyrgyz Customs Service was blacklisted for his involvements in laundering US$700 million from the Kyrgyz Republic.
The US Treasury also designated Harry Varney Gboto-Nambi Sherman, now a prominent lawyer, Liberian senator and head of the Liberian Senate Judiciary Committee, who was indicted but later acquitted for his role in a bribery scheme in Liberia.