South Korean Head Of Multinational Drug Ring Linked To Nigeria, Cambodia, China Arrested

Song reportedly had some of the meth distributed in China and Nigeria as well.

The police on Sunday said that they have arrested a South Korean involved in a multinational drug ring that operated in Cambodia, Nigeria and China and smuggled methamphetamine into South Korea.

According to the drug crime unit of Seoul Metropolitan Policy, the man identified only by his surname Song and in his 50s, was arrested after being deported from Cambodia on Wednesday.

KBS World reports that Song, who is the head of the Cambodian business of the drug ring, is accused of ordering a domestic drug distributor surnamed Kim in March to receive 20 kilograms of methamphetamine that Nigerian drug dealers had smuggled into South Korea and distributed across the country.

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