Japanese police can’t be fooled
May 27, 2010, 11:24 am (7 years ago)
An ex-Cote d’Ivoire diplomat, who was forced to evacuate from Japan after taking part in a illegal gambling in 2005, was given the opportunity to know that it’s extremely hard to fool the Japanese police when he attempted the re-entry into the country this week.
According to the Kyodo News, Tokyo police busted Charles Thierry Yozan (42) on suspicion of getting around Yen 40 million from gambling sponsors by offering a room in an apartment block in Minato from March until October 2005. Yozan has denied the charges.
Metropolitan Police Department investigators took the key gambling ring arrangers and their punters into custody throughout a baccarat game sessions in an apartment in October 2005.