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Macau crime boss Wan Kuok-koi known as Broken Tooth Koi walks out of Coloane Prison in Macau, China Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, after serving nearly 15 years. Wan was convicted of loan sharking, money laundering and being a gang leader in November 1999, a month before Portugal handed control of Macau, its colony for more than four centuries, back to Beijing and long before the sleepy enclave welcomed international operators to build the modern resorts that have made it a gambling mecca. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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Macau crime boss Wan Kuok-koi known as Broken Tooth Koi walks out of Coloane Prison in Macau, China Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, after serving nearly 15 years. Wan was convicted of loan sharking, money laundering and being a gang leader in November 1999, a month before Portugal handed control of Macau, its colony for more than four centuries, back to Beijing and long before the sleepy enclave welcomed international operators to build the modern resorts that have made it a gambling mecca.   (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Macau crime boss Wan Kuok-koi known as Broken Tooth Koi walks out of Coloane Prison in Macau, China Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, after serving nearly 15 years. Wan was convicted of loan sharking, money laundering and being a gang leader in November 1999, a month before Portugal handed control of Macau, its colony for more than four centuries, back to Beijing and long before the sleepy enclave welcomed international operators to build the modern resorts that have made it a gambling mecca. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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