Broken Tooth Koi: Profile of a Triad boss

Global Mafia News

On the 1st of December 2012, one of the most infamous and feared Triad leaders of the past few decades emerged from a Macau prison after completing a 14-year sentence for loan-sharking, money-laundering and heading a criminal group. 59-year old Wan Kuok-koi, better known by his nickname Broken Tooth Koi, was once the imposing Dragon Head (boss or leader) of the dreaded 14K Triad society in the former Portuguese colony of Macau. This ill-reputed gangster was at the height of his power in the late 1990s, an era that saw wanton acts of criminality and bloody gang wars break out in the streets of Macau in a struggle for power and control. Broken Tooth Koi was known for his flamboyance, callousness, temperamental nature and his media hungry high-profile which gained him a reputation as a John Gotti type crime boss of the Far-East. Since his imprisonment the world he once…

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