Allen Leung

Shrimp Boy case now in the hands of jurors

Turncoat informants, untrustworthy undercover FBI agents, and a federal government who wanted…

 

Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow, at a ceremony inside the Ghee Kung Tong, which he headed as its dragon head. Chow was made head of the fraternal organization in 2006. (Courtesy/Chow's legal team)

Chow denies alleged murder confession, claims prosecution transcript of recording is incorrect

Alleged Chinatown crime lord Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow maintained his innocence on…

 

Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow is shown being questioned by his defense attorney on Monday, Dec. 21 in a San Francisco federal courtroom.  Courtroom drawing by Vicki Ellen Behringer

UPDATE: Shrimp Boy testifies to being ‘changed man’

Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow repeated his claim in court Tuesday that he…

 

Raymond “Shrimp Boy” will stand trial for racketeering on Nov. 1. (courtesy photo)

First witnesses take stand in Raymond ‘Shrimp Boy’ Chow trial

The first two witnesses in the the murder and racketeering trial of…

Raymond “Shrimp Boy” will stand trial for racketeering on Nov. 1. (courtesy photo)
MIke Koozmin/The S.f. ExaminerSun Yat-sen has a statue in St. Mary’s Square in Chinatown

FBI raid in SF may have damaged office once used by founding father of modern China

A portrait of Sun Yat-sen, the first president of China, hangs in…

MIke Koozmin/The S.f. ExaminerSun Yat-sen has a statue in St. Mary’s Square in Chinatown
Mike Koozmin/the s.f. examinerGhee Kung Tong Vice President Chung San Sztu looks through an antique safe used by one of the founding fathers of modern China on Monday. The safe was damaged during an FBI raid last week.

Exposing Ghee Kung Tong, the group caught up in Leland Yee scandal

The circular puncture hole in the red door at 36 Spofford St.…

Mike Koozmin/the s.f. examinerGhee Kung Tong Vice President Chung San Sztu looks through an antique safe used by one of the founding fathers of modern China on Monday. The safe was damaged during an FBI raid last week.