Vietnam – Theft, Gangsters and Saigon’s Tenderloin Districts / Video Documentary

4/24/1955-Saigon, South Vietnam: Troops of American backed Premier Ngo Diem and the rebel Binh Xuyen sect fought a breif street battle with machine guns. A nationalist soldier stands guard over a suspect after the fighting had died down. At least three persons were killed and eight wounded in the short clash. The fighting took place on the opposite side of the European residential district from the boulevard Gallien, meanwhile the general anarchy increased as gangs of thugs roamed the streets of Saigon kidnapping civilians and extorting ransoms.
The body of Ngo Dinh Diem (1901 – 1963), former president of South Vietnam, in an armoured personnel carrier after his assassination in a CIA-backed coup led by General Duong Van Minh, Vietnam, 2nd November 1963. (Photo by Pictorial Parade/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
This picture taken on October 28, 2018 shows a money-changer carrying Chinese yuan at the Sunday market in Meo Vac, a mountainous border district between Vietnam’s Ha Giang province and China. – Most people in this part of Vietnam have a story about bride trafficking. The victims come from poor communities and are tricked by boyfriends and sold, kidnapped against their will or move across the border by choice for marriage or the promise of work. (Photo by Nhac NGUYEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH Mekong-China-women-trafficking-crime-Vietnam, FOCUS by Jenny Vaughan and Tran Thi Minh Ha (Photo credit should read NHAC NGUYEN/AFP via Getty Images)

Today is a fiery documentary about Vietnam. I will show you everything about the Vietnamese gangsters – about their fashion, cars, sources of income, why the whole of Asia is afraid of the Vietnamese mafia and how the “Russian brothers” are pushing it.

Truong Van Cam (3rd R), Vietnam’s most powerful mafia boss, and others defendants sit listening during the opening of their appeal trial at the People’s Supreme Court in Ho Chi Minh City, 15 September 2003. Truong Van Cam, best known as Nam Cam, was among six people sentenced to death in June after being found guilty of ordering the assasination of a rival underworld figure and bribing state officials to protect his crime network, the biggest ever dismantled in Vietnam. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP via Getty Images)

I will show how people live in the most dangerous slums of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) and what Vietnamese luxury and glamor are – we will collect the “total look” of a real rapper.

I will tell and show the most beautiful and unusual places of this unrealistically picturesque country. This will be the most unusual trip to Vietnam you have ever seen. Let’s go!

(Original Caption) A photo just received from the Vietnam News Agency-Hanoi whose caption reads: “The bloodthirsty Pol Pot-Ieng Sary gang turned the baseth lime rock mountain area, about 30 km northwest of Phnom Penh, into a huge prison where many Kampucheans were killed. After Kampuchea’s liberation, on January 7, 1979, hundreds of corpses were found in the prison.

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