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Roger Khan Net Worth

Roger Khan Net Worth is
$6 Million

Roger Khan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Shaheed 'Roger' Khan (born 13 January 1972) is a Guyanese criminal who was active in drugs trafficking, money laundring and arms smuggling. He trafficked cocaine from Colombia into the United States and used construction and forestry businesses to launder money. Khan was considered to be Guyana's most powerful drug lord. In US embassy cables published by Wikileaks Khan's control over Guyana is compared with Pablo Escobar's erstwhile control over Colombia.Khan is allegedly the head of the notorious and lethal "Phantom Squad" which Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy has described as a murderous killing machine and which the US Federal Courts have said has already killed over 200 people during the 2002-2006 crimewave in Guyana.There have been repeated claims that Khan had close ties with the Guyanese government. In 2006, after police issued an arrest warrant for him, Khan had publicly said in an advertisement that he was fighting criminals on behalf of the government.Khan used to surround himself with a coterie of former police tactical squad members for security. According to cables published by Wikileaks Khan used to pay his low-level security personnel USD 1,600 per month—at least eight times what they previously earned with the police force.In 1993 Khan was arrested in Burlington, Vermont for receiving and possessing firearms while being a convicted felon (he was on probation for theft committed in 1992 in Montgomery County, Maryland, USA. He would be tried for possession of illegal firearms and ammunition but fled to Guyana when he was on bail. This is the reason why judge Dora Irizarry denied Khan bail in January 2007 when he was being sentenced for his crimes.On 15 June 2006 Khan was arrested in Paramaribo with three of his bodyguards in a sting operation that Surinamese police said netted more than 200 kilograms of cocaine - the biggest cocaine haul in Suriname of that year. Instead of being deported to Guyana then minister of Justice of Suriname Chan Santokhi ordered that Khan would be flown to Trinidad. This decision received a lot of protest from president Dési Bouterse's party, which then formed the biggest opposition party in the parliament of Suriname. Upon the arrival at the airport of Trinidad Khan was handed over to immigration authorities who then handed him over to US officials. Less than 24 hours after being expelled from Suriname, Khan was arraigned at the Brooklyn Federal Court in New York on 30 June 2006 on a charge of “conspiring to import cocaine” and was ordered to be detained at the Metropolitan Detention Centre in Brooklyn.In October 2009 Khan was sentenced in a courtroom in Brooklyn, New York to 40 years imprisonment for trafficking large amounts of cocaine in the United States of America, witness tampering and illegal firearm possession.According to US embassy cables Khan had ties with the FARC. Khan exchanged the arms he smuggled into Guyana from Suriname, French Guiana, and possibly France with the FARC
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Date Of Birth1972-01-13
ProfessionCamera Department, Writer

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hot Body Quick Strips: Blondes Tease, Brunettes Please2004Video documentary still photographer: hotbody.com - as Roger Kahn
Hot Body: Pajama Playtime2003Video photographer: hotbody.com - as Roger Kahn
Hot Body Competition: Ms. Wet & Nasty T-Shirt Contest2002assistant camera
Hot Body Competition: Beverly Hills Naked Cheerleaders Contest2001Video associate photographer
Hot Body Competition: Miss Grandé Chest Contest1998Video camera operator - as Roger Kahn / grip - as Roger Kahn
Mummies: Tales from the Egyptian Crypts1996TV Series documentary first electric - 2 episodes

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hot Body: Pajama Playtime2003Video as Roger Kahn
Hot Body Competition: Naughty Nurses Contest2002Video
Hot Body Competition: Beverly Hills Naked Cheerleaders Contest2001Video

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