Skip to comments.Interpol president reported missing during trip to China
Posted on 10/05/2018 5:26:08 AM PDT by Caipirabob
PARIS (AP) The president of Interpol has been reported missing after traveling to his native China, a French judicial official said Friday.
Meng Hongwei's wife reported Friday that she had not heard from her 64-year-old husband since the end of September, when he left Lyon, France, where Interpol is based, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to provide details of an ongoing investigation.
The official said Meng did arrive in China.
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How is his “social credit score”?
Why is this only in the Richmond Times. Is it elsewhere and we are just not noticing it?
ChiComs are secretly programming him... electrodes in the brain and he will become a tool of the commies if he was not already. Manchurian Candidate to run Interpol....
For a person in his position, it seems quite foolish to travel to China.
Another planted insider by the Chi Coms? What better treasure trove of info than Interpol’s database!
Damn and I just got a new liver from China!
If his family gets an invoice for a single bullet from the current crop of Butchers of Beijing we’ll know what happened.
Unless he planned it.
Not saying he did, not saying he didn’t...
It is elsewhere, but I didn’t want to send links to CNN or other lame news sources. Cheers!
It’s all over the European media. Example...
Looks like he’s been taken into custody per this report in the SCMP...
he left Lyon, France, where Interpol is based,>>
Obviously apprehended by Inspector Cluseau.
But the Chinese have ways of feeding the fishes that would leave you fascinated.
He secretly defected to the USA. He heard there was an opening on Senator Feinstein’s staff.
Reynhard Heydrich was once head of Interpol.
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