HONG KONG POLICE ENTER PROBE OF FIJI KILLINGS

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (RNZI, Sept. 2) - Police in Hong Kong
are reported to be working closely with Interpol in the investigation of what
have been described as execution style killings in Fiji.

The Daily Post says a newspaper in Hong Kong, the City News, has
reported that the deaths of two Hong Kong men in a Suva factory was a result of
a gangland dispute.

Two other men, including a Fijian Security guard were also
killed in the attack.

The paper says the two Hong Kong men men, Kan Kee Kevok, and Wu
Guiuiu, were allegedly linked to money laundering in the South Pacific.

The City News says the pair sparked a dispute when they
attempted to undercut competitors in the shark fin trade.

Fiji police have questioned several Chinese and Taiwanese
nationals in connection with the murders, but have not laid any charges.

September 2, 2003

Radio New Zealand International: www.rnzi.com 

 

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