Trump Taj Mahal opens, directly linked to transnational crime syndicate

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The Trump Taj Mahal opens its doors.

One of its senior employees, Danny Sau Keung Leung, is an associate of a China-based international crime syndicate. He was identified as a leader of organized crime in Canada years before. The U.S. Senate identifies him as a member of the 14K Triad in 1992.

14K is known for murder, extortions, and heroin smuggling. Leung continues to work with Trump until 1995, often providing complimentary Taj Mahal rooms and show tickets to his associates.

A Senate report ties other transnational organized crime figures to the Taj Mahal and Trump Castle. See more.

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