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51 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
Part III of The Mr. Asia Gang.
The Mr. Asia Gang in Australia had started to implode. Douglas and Isobel Wilson were murdered and on their bodies being located, Clark fled to the UK. The murders didn’t stop. Within months Terry Clark had arranged for his best friend and associate, Marty Johnstone to be murdered. This was the final straw, the end of the Mr. Asia gang and their drug empire.
51 minutes | Oct 24, 2020
Part II - The Mr. Asia Gang
In this, my 5th. Episode, Part II, of a three-part story on the Mr. Asia Gang - they have now reached the pinnacle of being the biggest heroin distributors in Australia. With the assistance of the best criminal organisers in Australia, including police, lawyers, and bankers, they are set to becomes the biggest heroin distributors in the world. But trouble is brewing, Terry Clark is now planning his fourth and fifth murders: killing friends, who, when in trouble with the police, trade information for their freedom.
51 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
The Mr. Asia Gang
The emergence of a violent, sadistic gang who took advantage of the services offered by Murry Riley and the Nugan Hand Bank to make a killing from the growing drug trade in Australia. This gang was known internationally as the Mr. Asia Gang.
51 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
Murray Riley with the assistance of his new best friends at the Nugan Hand Bank and his close criminal associates in both the USA and Australia, attempt to smuggle 4 tons of Thai Buddha Sticks into Australia with a street value of $80 million dollars.The Blue Betrayal website: https://www.the bluebetrayal.com.
50 minutes | Sep 12, 2020
The Nugan Hand Bank is born.
The CIA have dispatched their Asian based, undercover operatives to Australia to commence a clandestine money laundering operation. The operatives succeed beyond the agency’s wildest dreams. Soon their new cover, the Nugan Hand Bank, is transferring money and drugs around the world and they have partnered with Australian crime figures to take the enterprise to new levels.
47 minutes | Sep 5, 2020
Australia - The CIA prepare for a new operation.
The CIA have planned and have started to put into operation a new money laundering and drug smuggling hub in Australia. They have positioned their operatives and are now arranging local criminal and business connections to start a cover business, to hide their true activities and to satisfy the CIA need for international money laundering and drug smuggling to fund their clandestine operations.
33 minutes | Aug 22, 2020
New smugglers on the block.
The CIA’s escalating heroin smuggling operations had been disrupted in Europe, they had to find a new way to deliver the large quantity of heroin the expanding USA market now required. They found it. Through Australia using police officers as couriers.
31 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
The start of an unholy alliance of convenience between organised crime and the CIA and the CIA’s continuing fanatical demand to produce and sell more and more heroin to the expanding world heroin markets to fund their secret operations.
35 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
Police interchange and the scourge of opium
Corrupt New South Wales police and Queensland police, whilst on interchange duty, planned criminal endeavors, which paved the way for their future involvement in the blossoming drug trade. This opportunity was enabled, by the vast quantities of opium and heroin being grown and processed for the cause of fighting communism by the CIA in South East Asia.
40 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
How police officers were corrupted
41 minutes | Jul 27, 2020
History of police corruption in Queensland and New South Wales and societies acceptance of this corruption, triggered by the unfairness of petty prohibitions imposed by Government.
28 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
Police corruption in Queensland and New South Wales
Decades of police corruption led to a Queensland Commission of Inquiry, to become known as the Fitzgerald inquiry, but, did that inquiry expose the widespread corruption for what it was, and did their investigations go far enough?
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