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Asia’s El Chapo’ Tse Chi Lop arrested at Amsterdam airport, Australian police to request extradition

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a photo of Tse Chi Lop's Canadian passport with the demographic details blurred out an image of him wearing a blue shirt
Tse Che Lop’s was attempting to board a flight back to Canada when he was arrested in Amsterdam.(Reuters)


Australian Federal Police (AFP) are seeking

to extradite an alleged Asian drug syndicate

leader, compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin

“El Chapo” Guzman, who has been arrest boarding

a plane at Amsterdam’s Schipol real

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Key points:

  • AFP issued an arrest warrant for Mr Tse in 2019
  • over his connection to a drug syndicate
  • He is want for his allege connection to the
  • trafficking of heroin and methamphetamine into
  • Australia
  • The AFP said they would be working with the
  • Attorney-General’s department to request a formal
  • extradition

Tse Chi Lop was arrest by Dutch police on Friday

local time at the request of the AFP, after an arrest

warrant and Interpol Red Diffusion request was issue

for the Chinese-born Canadian national.

Mr Tse is list as one of the world’s most-want

fugitives, with the AFP claiming his organisation

dominates the $90 billion-a-year Asia-Pacific

drug trade.

The 57-year-old is want in Australia for his

connection to Operation Volante, which dismantled a global crime syndicate operating in five countries.

According to the AFP, the AFP-led operation result

in the arrest of 27 people for importing and trafficking

“substantial quantities” of heroin and methamphetamine

into Australia in 2013.

The AFP said in a statement they would be working with

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Dutch police spokesman Thomas Aling said Mr Tse is

expect to be extradite after appearing before a judge,

adding that his airport arrest took place without incident

as he was attempting to board a flight to Canada.

“He was already on the most-wanted list and he was

detained based on intelligence we received,” Mr Aling say.

Bundles of cash seized in police operation
Cash and a small amount of gold seized by the AFP in 2013 during Operation Volante.(ABC News: Rebecca Ritter)

Dutch police were unable to provide details about the legal proceedings and it was not clear if Mr Tse had a lawyer.

Mr Tse is also of interest to “other law enforcement agencies”, the AFP said.

‘In the league of El Chapo and Pablo Escobar’

Mr Tse, an ex-convict who formerly lived in Toronto, has moved between Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan in recent years, according to counter-narcotics officers from four countries and documents previously reviewed by Reuters.

a headshot of Tse Chi Lop wearing a collared shirt and short black hair
Tse Chi Lop is wanted by the AFP in relation to Operation Volante.(Reuters)

“Tse Chi Lop is in the league of El Chapo or maybe Pablo Escobar,” Jeremy Douglas, South-East Asia and Pacific representative for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, told Reuters in 2019, referring to two of Latin America’s most notorious drug lords.

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Authorities also refer to the syndicate as Sam Gor — or Brother Number Three in Cantonese — after one of Mr Tse’s nicknames, Reuters reported at the time.

Reuters was unable to contact Mr Tse for the 2019 report, which described Mr Tse as “Asia’s El Chapo”.

The AFP accuses Mr Tse of being “the senior leader of the Sam Gor syndicate”.

The group has “been connect with or directly involve in at least 13 cases” of drug trafficking since January 2015, according to the documents cited by Reuters.

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