Most shootings in Malaysia tied to gangland turf war: Report
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police are still probing the spate of fatal shootings in Selangor but it is believed that most of the cases are linked to a gangland turf war for control of the drug trade and vice activities.
In spite of efforts by the authorities to cut off supply, gangs have been raking in profits from drugs through well established networks here.
"Police are probing several gangs involved in the drug trade in Seremban, Bahau, Nilai and Port Dickson.
"They are also investigating some people who used to live from hand to mouth but are now living lavish lifestyles," said one source.