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SEVEN MALAYSIAN INTERNET GAMBLING SHOPS SHUT DOWN IN POLICE RAIDS
05th April, 2012 at 03:38:39
96 computers seized and 29 arrested
The provision of online gambling in Malaysia continued to prove a hazardous business this week with the arrest of 29 people - 22 of them punters - in police raids on seven premises.
Ninety-six personal computer sets worth around RM250,000 were seized during the closely coordinated evening raids, which were carried out as part of the ongoing Operation Dadu, police spokesmen revealed.
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