Taiwanese gangsters steal money from outsiders and pretend to be stolen
A man from Kaohsiung, Taiwan opened a gambling website with a friend, and his monthly income exceeded NT$100 million. But the bastard who was responsible for collecting the money was jealous and decided that Big Brother Xiaokeng would make a fortune and stage a self-directed and self-acted theft show with outsiders, stealing 2.5 million Taiwan dollars from the boss. Later, according to police investigations, it was discovered that the horse was a ghost, and then it was discovered that the stolen money came from a gambling website.
The police investigation revealed that this gambling site operates underground Mark Six Lottery and has more than a dozen strongholds. The weekly income exceeds 20 million Taiwan dollars. Because of the flow of funds, all must be sent to collect money every week. However, Ma Tsai was unwilling to receive the money, so he set up a bureau with outsiders and pretended to be a big window smashing and stealing drama and stole 2.5 million Taiwan dollars.
In the end, the investigation by Taiwan prosecutors found that this was actually a scam. In the end, this Ma Tsai and four other accomplices were sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment ranging from three months to one and a half years. The boss's underground gambling network was also ransacked and lost hundreds of millions of NT dollars.