Drug fugitives return Opium Drug fugitives return 20 June 2007 S.H.A.NFollowing Bangkok's 21世紀房屋仲介plan to re-survey and issue new identit 開幕活動y cards for non-citizen residents since April, hundreds o 新成屋f ethnic Chinese and hilltribe people have been coming across the b 賣房子order to receive new identities, according to both civilian and official sources. Am 開幕活動ong them are family members of drug suspects who had taken refuge in Burmese territory since an al 酒店工作l-out war on drugs was declared by the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra on 1 February 2003. Reliable sourc 酒店經紀es told S.H.A.N. at that time that the town of Nakawngmu, 29 miles north of Nong Ook, the village on the Chiangmai-Shan State borde 長灘島r, alone had been host to 104 fugitive families. According to Yang Chaoching, an associate of druglord Wei Hsuehkang, at least 65 families slipped 租房子 across the border before 8 June, said a Nong Ook resident. Some 2,500 were said to have been killed extra-judicially during the height of the anti-drug campai 房屋買賣gn. .