Organized Crime & Gangs

Vietnam tries 89 for drug trafficking, most face death penalty

“Eighty-nine people, a majority of whom face the death penalty, stood a trial in the northern province of Quang Ninh on Friday for drug trafficking and other offences. The defendants, belonging to four related rings, were accused of bringing a total of over 1.47 tons of heroin, 35 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine, and over 323,400 meth tablets from Laos to Vietnam and from Vietnam to China, according to the hearing held by the provincial People’s Court.”

Source: Vietnam latest news – Thanh Nien Daily | Vietnam tries 89 for drug trafficking, most face death penalty

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