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Hong Kong national arrested on warrant for fraud

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Thailand's Immigration Division 1 have arrested a Hong Kong national who will be deported back to China. 

 

The suspect was pictured dressed casually flanked by immigration officials at a business visa extension office. 

 

He was named in a warrant for fraud and there was a request out from the Chinese embassy in Thailand. 

 

Naew Na said that he had contravened section 12(7). 

 

No other details were given of the man's alleged crime. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 

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It's really funny to see other countries have no problem deporting Hong Kongers to China when many Hong Kongers themselves insist that Hong Kong should remain as a sanctuary for criminals that have committed crimes on the mainland and are willing to riot and burn down the city to defend that right. And yet many Hong Kongers insist that Hong Kong is governed by the rule of law whereas they think China is not.

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If the crime was commited in China  then i don't  see the problem.

 

As for Hong kong being a safe haven for criminals. Every country  has criminals and they are never safe. No matter which country and no matter who you  are.

 

I hope the Clinton's  get whats coming to them 

 

Free Tommy  

 

Free UK

 

Long live Trump

 

 

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One must do what the master says otherwise no more tanks and trains 🤔

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7 hours ago, yellowboat said:

Hong Kong a sanctuary for criminals ?  Yet one feels utterly safe walking the streets at 3am.  The only people acting like criminals are top the Hong Kong government officials who have lost its credibility.  

 

Have you ever attended a trial in Hong Kong?  Have you ever engage the services of a solicitor in the territory?  Laws and courts are fair and above board in Hong Kong. You obviously have not, or you would have such dumb things.   Contracts mean something in Hong Kong.  If they didn't, it would not be a genuine financial hub. 

Yes, please explain to the parents of this unfortunate girl why Hong Kong is not a sanctuary for her boyfriend even though he had admitted to have murdered their daughter in Taiwan.
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Also please explain to the Macau authorities why a certain Hong Kong tycoon that is wanted by them is not rotting in a Macau jail because you think Hong Kong is not a sanctuary for criminals that have committed crimes overseas.

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4 hours ago, BigC said:

If the crime was commited in China  then i don't  see the problem.

That should be the way. But the extradition protesters in Hong Kong don't think so. They think that no one can ever get proper justice if they are charged in China. To me, the way the typical Hong Konger probably thinks is that 99.9999% of prisoners in China were wrongly imprisoned, irrespective if the charges were for murder, robbery, rape or sedition. But that doesn't make sense. That's why this article made more sense to me about why they are protesting and rioting:

Hong Kong Riots Have Nothing to Do With Human Rights, Everything to Do With HK’s Superiority Complex

 

 

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12 hours ago, Selatan said:

Yes, please explain to the parents of this unfortunate girl why Hong Kong is not a sanctuary for her boyfriend even though he had admitted to have murdered their daughter in Taiwan.
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Also please explain to the Macau authorities why a certain Hong Kong tycoon that is wanted by them is not rotting in a Macau jail because you think Hong Kong is not a sanctuary for criminals that have committed crimes overseas.

The law in heaven and the law on earth are two different things.  Hong Kong is not going to send a defendant to China if that person faces capital punishment.  US felons, if apprehended in Mexico, are only extradited on the condition they will not face capital punishment. 

 

It is best to let some guilty go free than punish an innocent man.   All countries have a few people who are free who aught to be in jail.  Two out of a population of 7 million is not a haven. 

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