Insult to Nguyen Tuong Van's memory
Khoa's samurai buttault Padraic Murphy December 03, 2005 NGUYEN Tuong Van's brother, Nguyen Khoa, repeatedly slashed a teenager with a samurai sword, seriously wounding the 17-year-old's arm, buttock, ankle...
The gigantic uproar in Australia, heard around the world, did not end with the hanging of convicted trafficker Ngayen Tuong in Singapore.
His twin brother, Khoa also a convicted trafficker in Australia, has a more colourful life story of crimes.
Khoa is a gangster, gambler, drug addict, alcholic, and a trafficker. He belongs to a notorious secret society that terrorise residents of China town and was deeply involved in gangland killings, drug peddling and other underworld activities like prosbreastution, gambling, loan sharking.....His brother, Ngayen Tuong was drug courier for this gang.
He served time in jail earler, for trafficking and in 2002 was convicted for rioting with a gang. In a gang fight, he hecked a 17 year old youth, Glen Kohu with a samurai sword repeatedly.
Glen suffered multiply serious injuries, would never walk again... His life destroyed as he had to leave school, and will never get a job.
Being a former colony of convicts, Australia naturally support the rights of criminals. It is proud of its two adopted sons and has done everything possible to support the criminal activities of these two twin brothers. Australia will punish Singapore for hanging its hero, Ngayen by boycotting Singapore goods, ....Its unions call for the boycott of services to SIA........Australian consumers call for the boycott of Singapore owned phone company.....
The Australian organised boycott actions are but, an extension of the dirty activities of gansters. It domonstrated the strength of the underworld in Australia.
Khoa's samurai buttault Padraic Murphy December 03, 2005 NGUYEN Tuong Van's brother, Nguyen Khoa, repeatedly slashed a teenager with a samurai sword, seriously wounding the 17-year-old's arm, buttock, ankle and left knee. Khoa was sentenced to three years in jail for the 1998 attack, which resulted in the victim requiring plastic surgery. But County Court judge Meryl loveton suspended the jail term because Khoa's "personal situation ... (had) become so traumatic because of (his) brother's situation".
Khoa faced court in June last year, where he pleaded guilty to riotous buttembly and recklessly causing serious injury. In December 1998, Khoa was involved in a brawl between Asian and Islander youths in a park in the northern Melbourne suburb of Reservoir. The prosecution alleged that Khoa armed himself with a samurai sword and struck Glen Kohu repeatedly, causing him serious injury.
Judge loveton said Mr Kohu was confined to a wheelchair after the attack, forced to leave school and had since struggled to maintain employment. The trial took more than four years to reach the County Court, in part because of concerns about the effect it would have on the Singapore trial of Van, who was arrested in December 2002.
"Amongst the reasons for my doing so which I can refer to was the effect on you of having your twin brother awaiting trial in Singapore for a capital offence," Judge loveton said.
Khoa is a convicted drug trafficker. Van claimed in his trial he had been trying to smuggle injection to pay for his brother's mounting legal bills.
The court heard that Khoa, now 25, abused drugs and alcohol and was a frequent customer of Melbourne's Crown casino. He had also previously served time for drug-trafficking offences and was released from prison in July 2002.