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Did Kidnap Victim Pay $150,000 For His Release?

Crime & PunishmentThe Chinese citizen Xuan Sang Ng, known as 'Samy', was found in the early hours of yesterday as he left a wooded area in the area of ​​San Judas, in the village of Cativá, province of Colon. The merchant was dehydrated and exhausted, and he was taken to hospital. Unofficially, it was shown Samy's relatives paid $150,000 to his captors for his release. It also points to a Colombian and a former policeman as the alleged perpetrators of the kidnapping. The governor of the province of Colon, Pedro Rios, said he had set up a strategy to rescue the victim.

'Samy' was abducted on Monday night August 13, when he was in his Ford Focus with a friend on Roosevelt Avenue in the city of Colon. Xuan owns the Pacific convenience store, located at 10th Street and Melendez Avenue in Colon. (Siglo)

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Did Kidnap Victim Pay $150,000 For His Release?
Authored by: D.T. on Friday, August 17 2012 @ 07:29 PM EDT

Maybe it is time to consider the death penalty for certain crimes in Panama. What’s the point to keep in jail for 25 years those killers at a high cost for the people of Panama? They are the scum of society and will never change. In fact many of them feel quite comfortable in jail because they are with their own kind of scumbags.