Feds: Leland Yee shook down NFL team, ‘Shrimp Boy’ headed organized crime group

From: The Examiner


Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow led an organized crime outfit – the Chinatown-based fraternal organization Gee Kung Tong – whose members committed a raft of crimes such as racketeering, arms trafficking and murder-for-hire schemes, according to a new indictment filed Friday by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

The new indictment, which further details the alleged activities of Gee Kung Tong (which is also spelled Ghee Kung Tong) members, also details alleged bribes and payoffs taken by suspended state Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, and his compatriot, former San Francisco school board member Keith Jackson.


Along with the new charges of running an organized crime organization, which also were leveled against Yee and Jackson, Chow is charged with money laundering, transporting stolen property across state lines and trafficking stolen cigarettes.

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