62 people were arrested during Drug raid at Preah Sihanouk KTV

August 27, 2018 | Brainwave Science

Brain Fingerprinting by Brainwave Science:62 people were arrested during Drug raid at Preah Sihanouk KTVSITUATION

According to Police, 62 Chinese were arrested in Preah Sihanouk province. The arrest happened after midnight on Sunday during an anti-drug raid by special forces. As a result of the operation, 62 Chinese suspects, including 15 women, were arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking, the deputy police chief of the province Sun Sophat said.

The group was arrested after police officers raided a Chinese-owned karaoke nightclub named Zhi Tong Fang in Sihanoukville at about 12.30AM. Before the raid, undercover police investigated the club for two weeks, tailing the suspects into the venue where they witnessed them using drugs.

According to Sophat, 3 of the suspects were detained for questioning while the rest were given urine tests to check for drug use. The suspects would be sent to the provincial court on Monday, and the 23 packets of methamphetamine found at the establishment were taken as evidence. ‘The three suspects who are being interrogated are the managing director and manager and general assistant of the club, and they were directly involved in drug trafficking,’ Sophat commented.

CHALLENGE

Drug trafficking is one of the major problems all over the worlds today that involves millions of people in illegal activity. Drug trafficking is sophisticated and complex in nature, involving a wide variety of drugs from many different sources throughout the world. Thousands of special organizations are continuously monitoring and researching global illicit drug markets in order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of their dynamics and to find a way of solving this problem.

And this week drug trafficking has become an incredible challenge for Cambodia. The arrest of 62 Chinese in suspicion of drug trafficking is a result of weeks of hard and serious work of anti-drug forces. And for now, the main task is to prove their guilt and to put perpetrators behind the bars. But how to do it quickly, without violating human rights? The answer is modern technologies!

WHY BRAIN FINGERPRINTING?

Brain Fingerprinting, offered only by Brainwave Science, is a remarkable technology distinctly suited for agencies looking to enhance, upgrade or supplement their traditional investigative practices. The technology is a one of it’s kind of method designed to make detection and prosecution unavoidable for drug traffickers.

The main power of Brain Fingerprinting technology lies in its unique capacity to distinguish swiftly as well as accurately between trafficker and an innocent person. In the current situation in Cambodia, Brain Fingerprinting can help the police to find out more about drug traffickers, their plans, and suspects’ involvement in crimes.

To conduct a test, the test case needs to be built with information, used as stimuli. Such information should be confidential (known only to the investigative agents and the perpetrators).  In this case, we can use, for example, information regarding drug trafficking – dates (Sun, August 26th, 2018 at 12.30AM), places (Zhi Tong Fang), used drugs(methamphetamine); the names of partners in crime; types of drugs; the way of drugs making, transporting and saving etc. This information will be used as stimuli in the form of words, phrases or pictures, depending on its availability. Such stimuli will be flashed to the suspects. Brain Fingerprinting system will record and analyze brain responses to each stimulus. And at the end of the test, the unique software will determine with over 99% accuracy if the hidden from the public information is present or absent in the brain of the suspect.

With the help of Brain Fingerprinting, the police can find more information about drug traffickers’ connections and prevent future illegal actions. The technology can save time and efforts of the police during such operations. Brain Fingerprinting has a proven track record of supporting officials in protecting innocents and helping anti-drug forces to fight against traffickers.

 

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