A severe blow to China .. Ex-INTERPOL President imprisoned 13 and a half years

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He was convicted of corruption and his trial details were not revealed

On Tuesday, the Chinese judiciary sentenced former INTERPOL President Ming Hongwei, who suddenly disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon in 2018, to 13 years and six months in prison after being convicted of corruption.

Ming will not appeal, so the ruling ends a case that started in September 2018, when the man disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon, according to “France 24”.

After feeling anxious, his wife informed the French police. However, only ten days later, Beijing revealed that Ming had returned to China where he was arrested on suspicion of corruption.

The case was a severe blow to the Communist regime, which sought to reach one of its men to the top of the hierarchy of the international organization barely two years ago, but he did not consider it appropriate to inform in advance that Ming was being questioned.

During his trial, Ming admitted that he received 14.46 million yuan (1.86 million euros) in bribes.

No details about his trial have been revealed, but the facts for which he was tried have nothing to do with his activities at the head of INTERPOL.

Ming, 66, was in the position alongside the post of Chinese Deputy Minister of Public Security (Police).

A severe blow to China .. Ex-INTERPOL President imprisoned 13 and a half years

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On Tuesday, the Chinese judiciary sentenced former INTERPOL President Ming Hongwei, who suddenly disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon in 2018, to 13 years and six months in prison after being convicted of corruption.

Ming will not appeal, so the ruling ends a case that started in September 2018, when the man disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon, according to “France 24”.

After feeling anxious, his wife informed the French police. However, only ten days later, Beijing revealed that Ming had returned to China where he was arrested on suspicion of corruption.

The case was a severe blow to the Communist regime, which sought to reach one of its men to the top of the hierarchy of the international organization barely two years ago, but he did not consider it appropriate to inform in advance that Ming was being questioned.

During his trial, Ming admitted that he received 14.46 million yuan (1.86 million euros) in bribes.

No details about his trial have been revealed, but the facts for which he was tried have nothing to do with his activities at the head of INTERPOL.

Ming, 66, was in the position alongside the post of Chinese Deputy Minister of Public Security (Police).

January 21, 2020 – 26 Jumada I 1441

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He was convicted of corruption and his trial details were not revealed

On Tuesday, the Chinese judiciary sentenced former INTERPOL President Ming Hongwei, who suddenly disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon in 2018, to 13 years and six months in prison after being convicted of corruption.

Ming will not appeal, so the ruling ends a case that started in September 2018, when the man disappeared from the International Police Organization headquarters in Lyon, according to “France 24”.

After feeling anxious, his wife informed the French police. However, only ten days later, Beijing revealed that Ming had returned to China where he was arrested on suspicion of corruption.

The case was a severe blow to the Communist regime, which sought to reach one of its men to the top of the hierarchy of the international organization barely two years ago, but he did not consider it appropriate to inform in advance that Ming was being questioned.

During his trial, Ming admitted that he received 14.46 million yuan (1.86 million euros) in bribes.

No details about his trial have been revealed, but the facts for which he was tried have nothing to do with his activities at the head of INTERPOL.

Ming, 66, was in the position alongside the post of Chinese Deputy Minister of Public Security (Police).

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