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A South Korean national and founder of illegal online gambling websites named Y.J. was deported by immigration on Friday (3/11/2017).

“We have deported the woman early this morning. She was accompanied by three policemen from South Korea,” said Ngurah Rai Immigration Chief Ari Budijanto, as reported by Sindonews.

He explained the fugitive was on the Most Wanted List and involved in illegal sports gambling websites. At approximately 9.35pm the suspect was escorted by eight fully armed police officers from Polda Denpasar to the airport.

Previously, the woman born in 1983 had been arrested by Immigration at Ngurah Rai on the evening of October 29, 2017 at the Bali international departure terminal. She was about to board a flight to South Korea.

The immigration chief explained to reporters that on May 5, 2015, the suspect and other partners opened and established an illegal sports gambling site called “CAB” with servers and headquarters located in Weihai, Shandong, China, then moved to Taiwan.

Since May 5, 2015, the suspects have employed 20.000 workers at “CAB” who are in charge of administering the online sporting events. “In this way they operated an illegal gambling site and earnt an illegal profit of around 20 billion won (approx. USD 18 million). Because of this violation the suspect was sought by the Busan Metropolitan Police Agency with an Arrest Warrant,” he concluded.

Image: ST. Online Gambling

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  • Stuart Beat
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    So Koreans don’t count?

  • Ian Johansson
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    Hahaha, not falling for that trap! Someone being arrested in the airport for a crime they did in their home country is hardly frontpage news, regardless of their nationality. Except if it’s Suzi the Swinger, a gal I knew from high school, of course! 😉

  • Stuart Beat
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    Yeah good point and majority of Koreans probably can’t even read English but having such a man hunt for an online gambling outfit that has 20k employees is kind of interesting

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