Police crackdown after CNN investigation into multimillion greenback medical glove rip-off

Thai police have arrested a Japanese businessman and have issued several arrest warrants following the CNN investigation into the multimillion greenback, transnational medical glove rip-off involving a Thailand-based company. According to the report, hundreds of thousands of used medical gloves, some stained with blood, had been exported from Thailand to American firms seeking to money in on the pandemic-driven spike in demand for medical tools.
Thailand’s Central Investigation Bureau held a press conference yesterday and introduced they issued six arrest warrants. According to CNN, the bureau said the arrest warrants were issued for people who scammed US$2.6 million from American investor Louis Ziskin.
Louis had been arrested by Thai police earlier this year for alleged involvement in a multimillion dollar kidnap for ransom case in Bangkok’s Thong Lor district. On March 28, a Taiwanese businessman was kidnapped in broad daylight at the L’Oliva restaurant where he was said to be meeting to resolve the failed business deal over the US$2.6 million in substandard medical gloves bought by Louis.
Apparently, the Taiwanese man was taken to a close-by room on Sukhumvit Soi 36 and several males demanded US$3 million for his launch. Louis has denied involvement and has since been released from jail as Thai police missed their deadline to submit evidence. CNN reported that he flew again residence to Los Angeles.
Thailand’s Central Investigation Bureau says the arrest warrants issued are for six folks within the interest of CNN’s report. ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ที่อยุ่อาศัย advised CNN that he has been co-operating with Thai police of their investigations.
Thai media reports that forty two 12 months old Shuichi Ozawa was arrested last week at a Bangkok resort on expenses of manufacturing medical equipment with out permission. Thai PBS World says the Japanese businessman, who is said to be a former member of the Yakuza organised crime syndicate, is accused of promoting 200 million baht price of substandard gloves to buyers in Switzerland and the US.
Officers raided a warehouse in Chon Buri mentioned to be under the suspect’s name and seized more than 10 million pairs of medical gloves.
CNN stories that one arrest warrant is for Luk Fei Yeung Yeung, from Hong Kong, who ran Paddy the Room Trading Company, which was the company CNN says brokered deals with American patrons, including Louis, for large quantities of medical gloves, which ended up being used and even soiled. According to CNN, Thai authorities say Luk Fei has left the country..

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