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Chinese actress Fan Bingbing fined for tax evasion   [Copy link] 中文

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Jaaja Post time: 2018-10-8 16:23
More often than not, it has been the government telling the government's stories both on its own a ...

It goes to show that the rule of law in China is upheld!   No one is above the law, not even the chief law enforcer himself!

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SEARU Post time: 2018-10-8 12:43
She is so selfish that would discount the image of her beauty in the public!

Now she has to go round borrowing from friends to pay her taxes!  Are there still 'freinds' left?

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pnp Post time: 2018-10-9 13:46
Now she has to go round borrowing from friends to pay her taxes!  Are there still 'freinds' left?

Maybe your guess is not the fact! Her wealth is possibly beyond our imagination!  
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pnp Post time: 2018-10-9 11:12
Interpol, of all people, make themselves look like a bit of a joke; didn't do due diligence, appoint ...

Firstly, Interpol is an inter-agency organization, that does not do criminal or other inspections on it's own. They have no choice but to trust the information that China's member agency (I assume Public Security Bureau) provides to them.

Secondly, even if Interpol had on-ground function to do such investigations on it's own, do you really think Chinese authorities would let a basically foreign organization (however international) do it in China? No way.

If anyone is guilty of neglecting due-diligence here, it's the Chinese Public Security Bureau, and its de-facto leaders in Communist Party Coimmittee of PSB (in which the person in question was a member of).

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pnp Post time: 2018-10-9 13:45
It goes to show that the rule of law in China is upheld!   No one is above the law, not even the c ...

But the law itself was not followed. The law requires the family to be informed within 24 hours of taking someone to custody, but China plays the national security card way too often and just overrides all other laws with it.

If that law was honored, then foreign speculation would have never needed to take place.

Transparency, oh where art thou?

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pnp Post time: 2018-10-9 11:12
Interpol, of all people, make themselves look like a bit of a joke; didn't do due diligence, appoint ...

i doubt a guilty man would make a trip to  where he faces immediate arrest...
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pnp Post time: 2018-10-9 11:12
Interpol, of all people, make themselves look like a bit of a joke; didn't do due diligence, appoint ...

re:  " It's like asking a thief to catch thieves!"

  Interpol did NOT ask him, he offered and was accepted with open arms   
    Just think about it; All them 'Hideaway' from China being told by the agency that the Motherland is after them...

     Of course the request to initiate the 'Repatriation' of them Tax-dodgers finished up on the bottom of the pile...

      Same time, the R.H. top drawer in certain desk miraculously held an envelope....Remember the good old times in H.K.   

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