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Vietnam authorities seize 12k frozen tiger cub, snake, wild boar meat, anteater scales and animal gall bladders in Ho Chi Minh City

Law Enforcement Actions

Vietnam authorities seized a 12-kilogram frozen tiger cub, a snake, wild boar meat, anteater scales, and animal gall bladders from a house in Ho Chi Minh City's District 12 in a recent raid.

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Five-Year Jail Term for Anson Wong

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A High Court in Malaysia has sentenced Anson Wong with a five-year jail term, allowing an appeal filed by the Attorney General's Chambers against the 6-months' sentence by the magistrate court in Sepang, in relation to a recent seizure of more than 90 snakes from his luggage at the KL International Airport.

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Moreover, all licenses and special permits issued to Anson Wong and his wife to sell or possess wildlife have been revoked by Malaysian authorities.

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Arrest of Two and Seizure of 433 Wildlife Parts by Malaysian Authorities

Law Enforcement Actions

Wildlife Crime Unit of the Department of Wildlife and National Parks of Malaysia arrested 2 suspects involved in the possession of 433 pieces of wildlife parts from tiger skin to porcupine quills, which were confiscated by the same authorities.

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Global Investigative Group Probes Wildlife Mafia

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(Bangkok, November 1, 2010) – Senior law enforcement officers representing 8 countries from Southeast Asia, and law enforcement officers from China, Africa, and India begin a 5 day planning session today in Bangkok to identify and take down global wildlife trafficking syndicates that are operating across their borders, destroying tiger, elephant, and reptile populations.

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