More 1,000 mass were arrested and $30,000 was confiscated in Thailand. The citizenry arrested were aerated with gaming on Euro two m octet football matches. Thither were 190 two bookies, octet century 30 one punters and lxx 5 others among them.
As for the confiscated money, the sum is really diminished in comparing with the estimates by search party Kasikom which estimated that Thai gamblers would bet $1.2 zillion.
As the law theme, extra investigations would crusade the pursuance of the biggest gaming operators.
With play prohibited in Thailand, law unionised a extra team to watch major play criminals on the home descale. In accord with the law, gamblers can be fined 1,000 tical or captive for capable one yr.
Still, piles of Thais try to debar the ban by passing to Cambodia and Myanmar.
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Pattaya Beach, Thailand, 2020
Location: Pattaya, Beach Road, Thailand.
THE FBI SIEZED EVERYTHING FROM ME
Biggest seizure of heroin in Thailand this year.
1. Arrested people being led out of room\r\n2. Arrested people sit down in front of table, with drugs laid on in front of them\r\n3. Mid shot arrested man \r\n4. Wide shot two men hide heads, their hands chained together\r\n5. Mid shot man with head bowed\r\n6. Handcuffs\r\n7. Arrested people behind table: shot pans\r\n8. Various of heroin in packets\r\n9. Pistol on table, taken from gang\r\n10. Close up ammunition\r\n11. Police tip out money seized from gang\r\n16. Close up bank notes\r\n17. Wide pan of arrested people\r\n18.SOUNDBITE:(English) William J.Snipes, Narcotics attache, Drug Enforcement Administration \r\n\”Any group that would have this much heroin is very significant.\r\n(Q: Where was it bound for, what do you think?)\r\n\”Well at this point we are still investigating that. But I think it is a good indication that a portion was going outside of Thailand because it has an English word \”Good\” marked on each packet. That indicates to me that possibly going to country that is an English speaking country.\” \r\n19. Wide shot arrested people\r\n20. Close up arrested man\r\n21. Several cars, used by gang to smuggle heroin across border\r\n22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lt. Gen. Priewpan Damapong, Anti narcotics unit, Thai Police \r\n\”This gang’s been involved in the drug business for a long time. Whenever they get the money they send it back to the Myanmar side.\”\r\n23. Arrested people with heads bowed\r\n24. Arrested man holds his head\r\n25. Police put heroin back in bags \r\n\r\nSTORYLINE:\r\n\r\nNarcotics police seized more than six hundred thousand (600,000) US dollars in cash and 74 kilograms (162.8 pounds) of heroin in the largest seizure of the drug in Thailand this year, officials said on Friday.\r\n\r\nPolice said the drugs were smuggled via northern Thailand from neighbouring Myanmar, also known as Burma, the world’s biggest source of opium and heroin, and seized in Bangkok earlier this week. \r\n\r\nSeven suspects were arrested.\r\n\r\nPrime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said the five men and two women, all Thais, were linked to Myanmar and Chinese drug gangsters.\r\n\r\nWilliam Snipes, US Drugs Enforcement Administration attache in Bangkok, said it was likely that the heroin was destined for an English-speaking country, as the word \”good\” was printed on the packets containing the drugs.\r\n\r\nLt. Gen. Priewpan Damapong, chief of the Thai anti-narcotics police, said police seized 22.7 million baht (504,000 US dollars) and 114,000 US dollars in cash from two houses where the drugs were found and the arrests were made.\r\n\r\nA further 52.2 million baht (1.16 (m) million US dollars) was seized from accounts in several commercial banks in Bangkok and 15 cars were confiscated, he added.\r\n\r\nPriewpan said five of the suspects were charged with possession and trafficking of heroin, which carries the death penalty, and all seven with violating Thailand’s anti-money laundering law, which carries a sentence of up to 10 years.\r\n\r\nThe investigation began in April following a tip-off from Thailand’s anti-money laundering committee.\r\n\r\nPriewpan said the ring was headed by the owner of a heroin laboratory in Myanmar, who remains at large.\r\n\r\nAmong the seven suspects was Pongpipat Sakpitak, 50, who owns a car dealership in Mae Sai, the northern Thai border town the heroin was smuggled through from Myanmar, Priewpan said.\r\n\r\nIt was the biggest haul of heroin in Thailand so far this year, officials said.\r\n\r\nIt coincided with the announcement of a landmark ministerial meeting on cooperation on drugs suppression to be attended by Thailand, China, Myanmar and Laos, which will take place in Beijing on August 27-28, 2001.\r\n\r\n\r\nYou can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d689526b1c69c6c50f84a740eb1c0548 \r\nFind out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork