San Francisco's 'Shrimp Boy' Crime Boss Found Guilty On 162 Counts
Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow was convicted on all charges, including allegedly ordering the murder of Allen Leung, the leader of another gang.By Cliff Judy | January 9, 2016
A reformed man or one of the most dangerous crime bosses in San Francisco?
On Friday, a federal jury decided Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow was the latter. The jury found Chow guilty on 162 counts, the most severe of which was ordering the murder of the leader of a group Chow later took over. (Video via KNTV)
Prosecutors allege after Chow had Allen Leung killed, he took over the Ghee Kung Tong fraternal group and used the organization for racketeering, money laundering and trafficking stolen goods. (Video via KRON)