Major Gambling Scandal Involving High-Profile Figures: Unveiling Corruption And The Need For Reform

Major Gambling Scandal Involving High-Profile Figures: Unveiling Corruption And The Need For Reform

June 16, 2023 0 By admin

Case related to a major gambling ring involving Mr. Pham Quang Nghi’s son-in-law has attracted significant attention and had a profound impact on public opinion. Mr. Pham Quang Nghi, whose two sons-in-law hold important positions in state agencies, sparked controversy when he heard about Nguyen Van Duong, his second son-in-law, being involved in a billion-dollar gambling case.

Nguyen Van Duong, also known as “Duong the Stallion,” is a former Chairman of CNC Technology Company. This company served as a front for a gambling case involving Duong and Phan Sao Nam. The case was large-scale, serious, and sensitive, leaving behind complex repercussions. It involved the lack of responsibility from ministries and police forces like Phan Van Vinh and Nguyen Thanh Hoa, who accepted bribes from Duong.

In addition to Nguyen Van Duong, the authorities have arrested a series of individuals related to this case. Phan Sao Nam, seen as Duong’s main accomplice, was arrested on charges of organizing gambling and money laundering. He also instigated Nguyen Van Duong to commit legal violations.

Major General Nguyen Thanh Hoa, the former director of the C50 High-Tech Crime Prevention Police Department, was involved in using the internet to misappropriate assets and organize illegal gambling. Hoa was indicted alongside Nguyen Van Duong, stripped of his titles, and expelled from the Party.

Phan Van Vinh, the former Director General of the Police General Department, also assisted Nguyen Van Duong in his illegal activities, taking advantage of his authority during the execution of official duties.

Furthermore, Ms. Luu Thi Hong and 88 other defendants were implicated in this case, engaging in unlawful actions that resulted in serious consequences.

Not only did individuals participate in aiding Nguyen Van Duong’s actions, but internet service providers also benefitted from this illegal operation, earning substantial amounts of money. As a result, these network organizations were fined, and the fines were allocated to the state budget.

This case exposed serious issues in management and supervision, demanding reforms and enhanced responsibilities from relevant agencies. It also raises questions about the loyalty and ethics of certain individuals within state institutions. Fair and strict handling of this case will contribute to rebuilding public trust and improving the quality of social governance.