China's Former Interpol Chief Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison

Source: International Business Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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98% "He was the first Chinese president at Interpol -- raising concerns among human rights groups who feared Beijing's influence reaching overseas -- and was ..."
94% "In 2013, Meng was appointed director of China's maritime police bureau, which includes the country's coast guard and maritime anti-smuggling authorities.""
86% "Pictures from the court showed a grim-faced Meng standing in front of a judge, flanked by two police officers.""
84% "The court statement on Tuesday said that some of the stolen money and stolen goods could not be recovered.""
66% "In that role, he was entrusted with a number of sensitive portfolios, including the country's counter-terrorism division, and he was in charge of the ..."


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98% : He was the first Chinese president at Interpol -- raising concerns among human rights groups who feared Beijing's influence reaching overseas -- and was expected to serve a four-year term until 2020.
94% : In 2013, Meng was appointed director of China's maritime police bureau, which includes the country's coast guard and maritime anti-smuggling authorities.
86% : Pictures from the court showed a grim-faced Meng standing in front of a judge, flanked by two police officers.
84% : The court statement on Tuesday said that some of the "stolen money and stolen goods could not be recovered".
66% : In that role, he was entrusted with a number of sensitive portfolios, including the country's counter-terrorism division, and he was in charge of the response to violence in China's fractious northwestern region of Xinjiang.

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