Wednesday, August 15, 2012

China Buzz

China Buzz


11-year-old boy blackmails underage girl with her nude photos

Posted: 13 Aug 2012 11:00 PM PDT

A 11-year-old boy posted nude photos of a 10-year-old girl online after he failed to extort from her the virtual currency equal to 100 rmb, in central China’s Sichuan province.

According to local police, the two elementary students met each other through a QQ group in this July, and started private chatting. During their conversation, the boy, nicknamed Doudou, then coaxed the girl, nicknamed Yiyi, into a nude webcam chat via the QQ messenger.

Doudou secretly took screen shots of Yiyi, and blackmailed her for 100 Q coins (a kind of cyber currency used by QQ users that can be purchased one coin for one rmb) in the end.

Yiyi ignored the boy, but soon she found her nude photos exposed in the QQ group and QQ microblog platform.

The scared girl told her mother immediately and they had the police traced down the boy.

But considering the suspect is too young, police could not punish him. They only ordered his parent to discipline the child for better behavior and confiscated the computer that they said they would return after a thorough check.

It was learned both children are left behind with their poorly-educated mothers in their hometowns, as their fathers are working away from home as migrant workers. Both mothers had no knowledge in computer and did not know what their kids have done online.

Son of senior police official slashes his neighbor over illegal garage

Posted: 13 Aug 2012 06:06 PM PDT

Son of senior police official slashes his neighbor over illegal garage

August 11, a Sina Weibo user Fei uploaded a video of a knife-wielding man attacking his mother, and wrote that the attacker is the son of a senior official from Jingjiang public security bureau in Jiangsu province, receiving a lot of attention on the microblog sphere.

Two local TV stations have confirmed the veracity of the video. And the local public security bureau later, too, announced on its official Weibo account that the attacker, identified as Lu Jianbo, is the son of Lu Shengmin, a deputy political commissar of the local public security bureau, and police have started investigation into the case.

The Jingjiang bureau continued to tweet, at around 7:30 p.m. of August 10, Lu came back home to see his mother had a physical confrontation with her neighbor, Fei’s mother, following an argument over some trivial matter. Angry Lu took out a knife from his car, and jabbed at Fei’s mother.

In response to the post, the victim’s family however said, the “trivial matter” was in fact the unauthorized construction of a garage of Lu’s family that has occupied the public green space of the residential community.

They added that Lu’s family, living in a 3-floor villa separately in the residential area, are always arrogant, because the father is an senior official in the local public security bureau and the son is also a commie and government official.

According to eye-witnesses, arrogant Lu Jianbo even repeatedly shouted “My family runs the public security bureau” when attacking the victim.

It provoked greater public outcry online, and netizens started criticising the Jingjiang public security bureau played on words, by referring Lu’s violent hacking against the victim as “jab“.

It was learned the vicitm has suffered tendon and nerve damage in her left thumb by the attack, and she would have trouble to recover from the damage.

Son of senior police official slashes his neighbor over illegal garage

Serial killer Zhou Kehua shot dead in southwest China

Posted: 13 Aug 2012 12:11 PM PDT

Serial killer Zhou Kehua shot dead in southwest China

China’s most dangerous man was finally shot dead in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality, during a massive manhunt launched by Chongqing police, according to CCTV.

The 42-year-old escaped gunman, Zhou Kehua, was believed to be behind a series of murders and robberies in Jiangsu and Hunan provinces and Chongqing Municipality over the past few years.

Zhou’s crime spree began in 2004 when he shot a woman dead in a bank robbery of 70,000 yuan, and he had been on the run since then.

Four days ago, Zhou appeared again in his hometown of Chongqing, and targeted a couple withdrawing money from a bank again. He killed the woman and injured her husband and a security guard before fleeing on a motorcycle.

In response, a large group of Chongqing armed police were mobilized to search Geleshan mountain where the serial killer was believed to hide. During a gunfire, a police officer was killed too. Ultimately, this morning it was announced the suspect was shot dead by armed police.

Timeline of Zhou’s murderous crime spree (h/o to China Daily)

Since 2004, Zhou Kehua is suspected of being involved in a series of robberies and shootings.

April 22, 2004

One woman was shot dead and another woman injured in a bank robbery in Jiangbei district, in Southwest China’s Chongqing. The suspect took 70,000 yuan ($11,005).

May 16, 2005

Two suspects shot and robbed a couple near a bank in Shapingba district in Chongqing. A passer-by was also shot. The couple died. The suspects made off with 170,000 yuan.

March 19, 2009

A People’s Liberation Army soldier standing guard outside a garrison in Chongqing was shot dead. The victim, identified as 18-year-old Han Junliang, was shot twice in the chest with a pistol. The suspect took the garrison guard’s submachine gun and ran.

Oct 14, 2009

A 56-year-old farmer was shot dead in a park in Tianxin district of Changsha, capital of Central China’s Hunan province. The suspect used a homemade gun.

Dec 4, 2009

A 41-year-old man was shot dead outside a bank in Tianxin district of Changsha. The victim had withdrawn cash and was walking to his car when the suspect shot him in the head. The suspect took 45,000 yuan from the man.

Oct 25, 2010

A trading company owner was shot dead in Yuhua district of Changsha.

June 28, 2011

A 48-year-old businessman was shot in the head and stomach as he got out of his car near a construction site in Tianxin district of Changsha. The man was taken to a hospital and survived.

Jan 6, 2012

A 42-year-old man was shot in a robbery in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. He was robbed shortly after he withdrew 200,000 yuan from a bank in the Xiaguan district. The suspect fled the scene by jumping into a vehicle. The victim died in a hospital.

August 10, 2012

A woman shot dead and two others injured in front of a local branch of the Bank of China in Shapingba district, Chongqing Municipality. The suspect fled again on a motorcycle after murdering the woman and grabbing away her yellow handbag.

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