Skip to comments.Chinese public security official chosen to head Interpol
Posted on 11/11/2016 5:49:29 PM PST by ameribbean expat
Global police cooperation agency Interpol elected a senior Chinese public security official as president, Chinese state media said on Thursday, in what could be a boost to Beijings domestic anti-graft crackdown.
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It makes intuitive sense.
Police states should produce the best police. /s
You know who else once headed Interpol?
They could give intel gathering to the FSB (new Russian KGB)
Numma Won pop, Charlie Chan
I think there’s a cop Peking through my window.
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The Chinese president of Interpol, the international police agency, has vanished. (CNN) ^ | Oct 6, 2018
Meng Hongwei was not on French soil when he was last seen, according a senior French law enforcement official, who declined to say whether he was in China. Meng’s wife went to police in Lyon, where Interpol is based, Thursday night to report his disappearance, according to a statement released by the French Interior Ministry on Friday. The spouse told police that she had last heard from him 10 days ago and had recently received threats via social networks and by telephone, according to the statement. “France is looking into the situation of the President of Interpol and is concerned...
Missing Interpol chief resigns as it emerges he is being held in China
Guardian ^ | Oct 8, 2018 | Kim Wilsher
The missing Interpol chief, Meng Hongwei, who it was revealed on Sunday has been detained in China for 12 days unknown to his family or employer, has resigned from the international police agency. Interpol said it had received his resignation with immediate effect late on Sunday. It was the latest twist in the mystery of Mengs disappearance last month after he flew from France to China. In a terse statement on Sunday evening, the Chinese authorities had admitted they were holding Meng under investigation by a new government anti-corruption unit for suspected violations of the law.
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