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    A judge in Chicago has ordered a suspected killer held over claims he gunned down a 71-year-old Chinese restaurant owner in broad daylight, while the victim was walking down the street. Police say they do not yet know why Alphonso Joyner, 23, allegedly opened fire on Woom Sing Tse on Tuesday, as he walked to buy a newspaper. Surveillance camera footage shows the moment that Joyner opened fire from his small two-door, light blue Toyota Scion at around 12:30pm, in the 200 block of West 23rd Place, in Chinatown.   The first round of shots did not strike Tse. 'You could see how startled he is,' said Brendan Deenihan, chief of detectives.  The second volley of shots hit Tse, who fell to the ground. Joyner was then seen getting out of the car, standing over Tse, and firing additional shots. Eighteen shell casings were found in the middle of the street and on the sidewalk, according to the  police report, obtained by The Chicago Tribune. Alphonso Joyner, 23, (left) is accused of gunning down Woom Sing Tse, 71, as he walked to buy a...
    Hong Kong (CNN)Lawyers for a Canadian national accused of running a global multibillion-dollar methamphetamine cartel have alleged that he was illegally sent to the Netherlands as part of a scheme to ensure he stays behind bars for as long as possible. Tse Chi Lop, 57, was arrested in January after he landed on a flight from Taiwan to Amsterdam's Schipol International Airport. Dutch authorities then detained him on a warrant from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) issued in 2019 in connection with an operation targeting Sam Gor, the drug-trafficking syndicate he is accused of heading. Tse denies all the allegations Australian authorities have levied against him, his lawyer Andre Seebregts said. Seebregts said Tse was put on the plane to the Netherlands against his will and in violation of Taiwanese law, which required the island's authorities to deport him to his home country unless he agreed otherwise. Seebregts told CNN that there was a direct flight to Canada less than an hour before Tse's plane took off at about 1 a.m. Australia appears to have played a role in having...
    The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the 100% minute process. The DSE chairman said the results of the preliminary study had been re-confirmed. The Supreme Electoral Tribunal (DSE) ensured that 100% of the minutes were processed and that the information released in the initial referendum was confirmed, where the new ideas established themselves as the country with the highest number of votes in the party elections, with a qualified majority in the 2021-2024 Salvador Congress for the next legislature. “As the trend co-ordinated, it became the party with the most votes, the largest delegates and the trends did not change. The preliminary study was almost co-ordinated,” said TSE President Dora Esmeralda Martinez. DSE’s magistrate, Guillermo Wellman, assured them that they were already in the process of preparing the minutes of the final examination and would not call a press conference after Tuesday next week to publicize their integration. See also: Ponce signals to Gallicos to increase the number of seats in the Assembly from 2018 Yesterday, three tables working in the morning were missing from the Departments of...
    « This time there is something that is not right”, Said President Luis Arce about the absence of jurors to the voting tables, a fact that delays the process and generates many complaints on social networks. The highest national authority considered it necessary for the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) to evaluate why several citizens who were drawn and trained did not go to the voting points. « It is very unfortunate what was evidenced in several tables, this should generate a deep reflection in the electoral body, that did not happen in the general elections, but this time there is something that is not right, apparently, It is something that the electoral body must evaluate« Said the president. Arce raised his left fist when inserting his ballots into the amphorae and then he considered that This process will lead to the consolidation of the « recovery of democracy », which is why he urged the population to participate en masse. « The Bolivian people today consolidate the recovery of democracy that we began in October of last year, the active participation of...
    In an event held at the facilities of the National Directorate of Technologies (DNTIC) of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), in the city of La Paz the entire system was reset that will govern to receive the results of the departmental electoral courts and publish in the portal of the highest entity in the country. The director of the DNTIC, Osman Flores, was in charge of carrying out the technical explanation of the steps that will be followed for the departmental courts to send their results to the national computer center and the TSE will publish it on its website. « This time corresponds to the freezing of software and the zeroing of the computer results consolidation system, the software freeze will allow us to have the applications that are going to be used intact during the official count, ”said Flores. This Sunday, March 7, Bolivians over 18 years of age will go to the polls to elect more than 4,000 sub-national authorities in elections that are at least 11 months late due to the effects of the Sars-Cov2 coronavirus pandemic....
    (CNN)The recent arrest of Tse Chi Lop, the alleged leader of the Sam Gor drug syndicate and one of the world's most-wanted suspected criminals, is a remarkable victory for the coalition of governments and police forces that pursued him.He was the target of a massive, multiyear operation that required significant political and operational investment from as many as 20 different agencies in a dozen countries. No one should underestimate how hard it was to take him down. Tse is by far the most high-profile alleged trafficker arrested in decades in Asia, where major criminals tend to lay low and beyond the reach of police. Transnational organized crime groups have become incredibly wealthy and powerful in recent years on the back of the synthetic drug trade, which thrives in poorly governed swathes of territory where cartels set up industrial-scale clandestine drug labs. Many of them are found in portions of the Golden Triangle, the border region between Myanmar, Thailand and Laos.Chinese-Canadian alleged drug kingpin, accused of running one of the worlds biggest methamphetamine cartels, is arrested in AmsterdamWith Tse out of...
    New York : The narco was arrested at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. Photo: EVERT ELZINGA / / . / . The Netherlands police detained the alleged head of one of the largest drug gangs in the world: Tse Chi Lop, who is nicknamed the “Chapo” of Asia. The Canadian citizen, born in China, is designated as the head of the organization “The Company“, which dominates an illegal drug market of US $ 70,000 million in Asia. Listed as one of the world’s most wanted fugitives, Tse was detained at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. Australia will now seek his extradition to take him to trial. Asia’s most wanted man – Tse Chi Lop – a drug lord dubbed the ‘El Chapo of the East’ has been arrested in Amsterdam. https://t.co/Z9EyYOF4bD pic.twitter.com/JVJcLdP1St – Bruce (@ngwata_) January 24, 2021 The Federal Police of that country believe that “The Company”, also known as Sam Gor Syndicate, is responsible for 70% of the trafficking of all illegal drugs that enter the country. The 56-year-old man has been compared to the...
    An alleged drug lord dubbed 'Asia's El Chapo' Tse Chi Lop (pictured) has been arrested in the Netherlands An accused drug lord dubbed 'Asia's El Chapo' has been arrested following a two-year manhunt led by Australian investigators.  Tse Chi Lop, 57, was dragged off a plane in the Netherlands on Friday after Australian Federal Police issued a request for his arrest through international law-enforcement agency Interpol.   The Chinese-born Canadian national is accused of being one of the world's biggest meth dealers whose syndicate known as The Company or Sam Gor - Cantonese for Brother Number 2 - is allegedly responsible for up to 70 per cent of all narcotics entering Australia. Tse is now facing possible extradition to Australia, where he could face trial on charges of drug trafficking.  He allegedly oversees an alliance of five Chinese Triads that distribute everything from heroin and MDMA to ketamine via its 'Golden Triangle' super-labs in Asia.  The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimates Tse's alleged network rakes in between $10billion and $23billion a year from organised crime.  Law enforcement...
    Tse Chi Lop, Joaquin "El Chapo” Guzman. YouTube/The Straits Times/Getty/Omar Torres Tse Chi Lop, one of the world's most wanted fugitives, has been arrested in Amsterdam. Lop is understood to head an organization called The Company that dominates Asia's $70 billion-a-year drugs trade. The 56-year-old has been compared to the Mexican drug baron Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman due to the size of the cartel. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tse Chi Lop, who is accused of being head of one of the world's biggest drug gangs, has been arrested in Amsterdam on a warrant issued by Australia, according to the BBC. Lop, a Chinese-born Canadian national, was detained at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Friday. Listed as one of the world's most wanted fugitives, the 56-year-old is understood to be the head of The Company, an organization that dominates Asia's $70 billion-a-year illegal drugs market, according to the Australian Federal Police (AFP). Lop has been compared to the Mexican drug baron Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman due to his alleged cartel size. Guzman is known as one of the...
    Police had been chasing alleged drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop, 57, for years – Reuters The alleged ringleader of Asia’s biggest crime syndicate and one of the world’s most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands, with Australian authorities pushing for his extradition to face trial. Police had been chasing alleged drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop, 57, for years until his arrest by Dutch police on Friday acting on a request from Australia’s federal police. In a statement on Sunday, Australian authorities said a man “of significant interest” to law enforcement agencies had been detained. A police spokeswoman confirmed his name as Tse Chi Lop. Tse is expected to be extradited after appearing before a judge, Dutch police spokesman Thomas Aling said, adding that his arrest by national police took place without incident at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. “He was already on the most-wanted list and he was detained based on intelligence we received,” Aling said. The Chinese-born Canadian citizen has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. He has been named by the United Nations...
    (CNN)A Chinese-born alleged drug kingpin accused of presiding over a multi-billion dollar narcotics operation has been arrested by Dutch authorities.Canadian national Tse Chi Lop was detained at Amsterdam's Schipol International Airport on Friday, according to Australian Federal Police (AFP), which has taken the lead in a sprawling international investigation. Before his arrest, he was one of the world's most-wanted fugitives.Authorities allege that Tse, 57, is the leader of the Sam Gor Syndicate, arguably the biggest drug-trafficking operation in Asia's history. Experts say he is in the same league as notorious drug lords El Chapo and Pablo Escobar."The importance of Tse's arrest can not be underestimated. It's big and (has) been a long time coming," said Jeremy Douglas, the Regional Representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.Asia's methamphetamine trade is believed to be worth between $30 billion and $61 billion a year, and Sam Gor, which is sometimes simply referred to as "the Company," is allegedly its biggest player. Read MoreThe organization is accused of running a synthetic drug manufacturing empire...
    Three political scientists from the United States closely studied allegations of fraud in the Bolivian election of 2019 and found that there was no fraud. These scholars—from the University of Pennsylvania and Tulane University—looked at raw evidence from the Bolivian election authorities that had been handed over to the New York Times. They suggest late-counted votes came from rural regions where the candidacy of incumbent President Evo Morales Ayma was popular; the character of these votes, and not fraud, accounts for the margin of victory announced by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) on October 21, 2019. Allegations of fraud were made most sharply by the Organization of American States (OAS). It is the OAS report that is closely scrutinized by Professors Nicolás Idrobo, Dorothy Kronick, and Francisco Rodríguez, and it is found wanting on statistical and analytical grounds. If what the professors say is correct and if the OAS allegations were incorrect, then Evo Morales should have been serving his fourth term as president of Bolivia rather than be exiled to Argentina. Because Morales was removed from power by a coup d’état, his country’s democratic system...
    The health crisis in Bolivia is accompanied by a political crisis. Salvador Romero, president of the TSE. “data-reactid =” 34 “>” This resolution is sufficient for the electoral body to set a new date, “he said. Salvador Romero, president of the TSE. If there is a second round, it would be held on November 29. The elections were originally arranged for May 5. Controversy The deputies and senators loyal to the former president argue that the TSE does not have the power to change the date of an election. “This resolution is sufficient to set a new date. It does not require approval by the Legislative Assembly,” insisted the TSE president. The president of the Bolivian Electoral Tribunal (center) announced that the elections scheduled for September 6 will be postponed until October 18. More The former president was accused of committing electoral fraud last year and that precipitated the protests against him. Social organizations related to Evo Morales announced in recent weeks possible mobilizations in the event that the elections were postponed. And the former president was quick to...
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