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After 15 years in prison, Macau gangster Wan "Broken Tooth" Kuok-koi is free. The former triad leader is infamous for his role in bloody gangland turf wars and illegal gambling deals during the 1990s.
“Broken Tooth” Wan Kuok Koi, 14K triad leader, wanted in Malaysia for a $1.4 million fraud related to shares in Malaysia-listed Inix.
Broken Tooth’ Wan Kuok-koi sanctioned by US government over World Hongmen History and Cultural Association and. Dongmei Group.
Broken Tooth’ Wan Kuok-koi to build new HQ for fraternal organisation he heads, soon after reported involvement in successful cryptocurrency launch.
Spare a thought for Wan Kuok-koi, 62, the notorious former triad leader ...
One of the most notorious, and famous, participants in that fight for Macau was Wan Kuok-koi, a.k.a.
There is perhaps nobody that better reflects the changes of Macau over the past 15 years than a man named Wan Kuok-koi, otherwise known as “Broken
Hong Kong (CNN)The United States government has placed sanctions on Wan Kuok-koi, a notorious gangster and triad boss known as "Broken Tooth." Born in the Po ...
The US Treasury slapped sanctions on Wednesday on convicted former Macau organised crime figure known as “Broken Tooth”, alleging ...