Chinese graft suspect Liu Baofeng, flanked by police, emerges from a Hainan Airlines flight from Vancouver, at Shenzhen’s Bao’an International Airport on June 29, 2019. Photo: CCDI
Chinese graft suspect Liu Baofeng, flanked by police, emerges from a Hainan Airlines flight from Vancouver, at Shenzhen’s Bao’an International Airport on June 29, 2019. Photo: CCDI

Dozens of Interpol ‘red notices’ for Chinese suspects vanish from view as Skynet corruption strategy seems to shift

  • About 40 suspects on China’s ‘100 most wanted’ list remain at large, but they have all been removed from the public version of Interpol’s red notice list
  • They may have been shifted to a non-public list at Beijing’s request, according to a lawyer who has helped some Chinese suspects get red notices rescinded

Chinese graft suspect Liu Baofeng, flanked by police, emerges from a Hainan Airlines flight from Vancouver, at Shenzhen’s Bao’an International Airport on June 29, 2019. Photo: CCDI
Chinese graft suspect Liu Baofeng, flanked by police, emerges from a Hainan Airlines flight from Vancouver, at Shenzhen’s Bao’an International Airport on June 29, 2019. Photo: CCDI
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