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The heroin Gong was dealing almost certainly came from the Golden Triangle, the historically lawless border region where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet.
The area’s climate is ideal for cultivating poppy, the plant used to make opium and heroin. The surrounding hills and jungle make it hard for law enforcement to access the area, allowing the militias and warlords that dominated the Myanmar side of the region to become some of the world’s biggest heroin dealers.
Production surged in the 1960s, when these groups realized they could use labs to process poppy into stronger narcotics, such as morphine and heroin. And it continued to boom in the following decades. By the late 1980s, the drug was flooding into the US. Heroin from Southeast Asia accounted for 56% of the US supply — and nearly 90% of New York City’s — by 1990, according to the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Five years earlier, it had been just 14% of the American supply.
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