Singapore police claims it is "helping" Europol probe match-fixing ring

The West Australian, 6 Feb 2013
SINGAPORE (AFP) - Singapore police said Tuesday they were helping European authorities in their investigation into an international crime syndicate that rigged hundreds of football matches in Europe and elsewhere.
"The authorities in Singapore are assisting the European authorities in their investigations into an international match-fixing syndicate that purportedly involves Singaporeans," the police said in a statement.
"Singapore takes a strong stance against match-fixing and is committed to working with international enforcement agencies to bring down transnational criminal syndicates, including those that involve the acts of Singaporeans overseas, and protect the integrity of the sport." Full story

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