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Triad Takeover by David Black

Triad Takeover

by David Black

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British police, customs and immigration officials are already worried that there will be an increase in Chinese Triad criminal activity in the UK as we move towards 1997. Although Triad crime is currently centred on the video and catering industries, new evidence points to their return as a major force behind the UK drugs market and links them with the Provisional IRA. In this book, David Black, a former home news editor of "The Independent", considers the existing major areas of Triad crime, its possible expansion and what can be done to prevent it.

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