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Chan Shun, a 60 year-old Chinese man was kidnapped and blackmailed after travelling to Cambodia, guided by Mr. Chui, the accused who lured the plaintiff to gamble at a casino costed him all of his 1 500 USD, however, the defendant lent him 2 000 USD causing him to lose every penny he had. After the gambling, Unexpectedly, Mr. Chui took Mr. Chan Shun to a private room to blackmail him and his family.
Later, the victim's wife transferred 15 000 USD to the Mr. Chui, but for some reason the accused was not satisfied with this and began to threaten the victim to send him 29 000 USD more.
Fortunately, at 11 pm on 16 August, Mr. Chan Shun was able to escape and reported to the Immigration Department of Poipet City and filed a lawsuit against the three kidnappers, one of them female.
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Border controls and immigration filtering are largely ineffective.
However, there has been an influx of Chinese nationals in the last year or two, so you can expect to see more incidents, double the number of people, double the number of incidents.
Casinos have always been magnets for dodgy types.
He got offended when I laughed.
We were on Beach road in Pattaya.
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