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FBI agents arrested a man on Friday (US time) charged with kidnapping visiting Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang 22 days ago on June 9, according to a press release from the US Department of Justice.

Brendt Christensen, a 27-year-old from Champaign, Illinois, will remain under police custody pending his initial federal court appearance in Urbana scheduled on July 3, the DOJ statement said.

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Very sad news, but this is how it normally turns out..
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This post was edited by cestmoi at 2017-7-1 17:57

This is sad news, but it is also what I have expected.  Based on FBI records, the first 24 hours of a reported kidnap is the most crucial period, after that, the chances of survival drops rapidly. I hope Ms Zhang did not suffer.

Chinese girls really need to drop that 7-days-wonder attitude and see the USofA for what it is. It is a dangerous and violent country, and it has a lot of psychopaths just waiting for the naive girls from China who, on landing in USofA, think they have landed in the kindest land of hope and glory.

This is the admonishments that white moms give their little white girls: "NEVER NEVER EVER EVER GET INTO A CAR WITH A STRANGE MAN!"  White moms beat that into their white girls. Since that is the advice given to white girls, maybe Chinese girls would heed that advice too, if only to survive?
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This post was edited by cestmoi at 2017-7-1 18:30

These are advice that mums give their girls:

  • Never ever get into a car with a stranger.
  • Always tell your friends where you are going and call every hour.
  • Always attend university parties with trusted friends and look after one another
  • When going to parties, nominate a "party mum" who will not drink and who will keep an eye on YOUR DRINKS, boys like to drop drugs into your drinks when you are not watching.
  • Know where and how to report rapes
  • Be aware of your whereabouts and your situation at all times. Uber or Lyft or Taxi available?
  • Use an app to track your cell phone
  • , that's how the FBI can find you.


USA is a violent country and there are a lot of of deviants and psychopaths here. Just drop that naive, 7-day-wonder attitude the moment you land in USA, if only to survive.
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    cestmoi Post time: 2017-7-1 17:56
    This is sad news, but it is also what I have expected.  Based on FBI records, the first 24 hours of  ...

    In China, they are very careful, their mamas drill into them, never talk to strangers, "buyao her mosheng ren shuo hua", but when they land in the US, they drop their guard because of the misconception that US is very safe, and that the whiteman is kind and friendly!  She would never get into a stranger's car in China, thats for sure!
    Very sorry for her.

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