China’s war on organised crime, corrupt officials sees 79,000 people detained

//China’s war on organised crime, corrupt officials sees 79,000 people detained

China’s war on organised crime, corrupt officials sees 79,000 people detained

When gang leader Chen Xinfu was apprehended in Haikou, capital of south China’s island province of Hainan, earlier this month he told his arresting officers: “Guys, take good care of me, for old times’ sake.”Unlike the hundreds of other mob bosses who have been rounded up in recent months, Chen has a special relationship with the police: before his descent into the criminal underworld, he was deputy head of the public security bureau in the city’s Xiuying district.After leaving the force, Chen…

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