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Three young, well-dressed males went out on the night of Saturday, February 18, 1983, not for money, but to spill blood.Read
In 2015 the Federal Bureau of Investigation formed the "Anti Asian Organized Crime Task Force" under the San Delfina Field Office to conduct an investigation towards an alleged narcotics trafficking ring in Downtown San Delfina (commonly referred to as "Chinatown").
The following report is disclosed to the public under the 2000 Freedom of Information Act by the Department of Homeland Security. The case file was used in the 2017 criminal court cases: The State vs. J. Ma which lead to the conviction of "Muslim Joe" J. Ma "Muslim Joe", "Rainman" W. Ho and conviction of "Macau Ronnie" L. Leng - whom as of present day (5th May, 2019) is believed to reside in mainland China.
Names of victims, associates and suspects that were not found guilty of any charges are crossed out to adhere to privacy concerns. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is of the opinion nobody's safety is jeopardized by the disclosure of this report.
“Rainman” Wayne Ho is an enforcer of the Wo On Lok and a notorious Chinatown gangster. He is one of the main protagonists of the story.
Chinese organized crime is modernizing faster than ever. Big Circle Gang is one of China's biggest organized crime groups, yet it specializes out of China.
The Eng Suey Sun Tong is a tong with its origin in San Delfina Chinatown. The Eng Suey Sun Tong is the only remaining tong in San Delfina.
Wo On Lok is one of the largest triads existing today and is also one of the most powerful triads in Macau.
The current situation of organized crime and the methamphetamine trade in the Golden Triangle.
Let me take you on a journey throughout the history of Chinese in the United States.