Confiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via APConfiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via AP
Confiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via AP

US charges businessman Terry Wu and 11 others with dealing drugs and illegally shipping shark fins to Hong Kong

  • Nearly US$8 million in cash, jewels and precious metals seized after US authorities dismantle crime ring
  • Wu is accused of smuggling more than 5,000kg of fins into US from Mexico and shipping them to Hong Kong

Topic |   Conservation
Confiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via APConfiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via AP
Confiscated hammerhead shark fins are displayed at the Port of Miami. Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Service handout via AP
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