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Q: Wechat horror story about foreigners being arrested today

The story was linked to something called xxxxx. I followed the link and it was scaremongering horror stories. I've been in China for several years and find it surprising that I've never heard of them before. What's their deal?

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That question has been asked before, many a time, on several China websites and nobody ever seems to know.

 

Apparantly an Australian guy is behind it, or at least involved. Someone here did some detective work once and I don't remember the details but I think it turned out he has a history of fraud and deception. Probably sheep buggery and incest too but I don't think he was ever arrested for the last two.

 

 

 

 

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That question has been asked before, many a time, on several China websites and nobody ever seems to know.

 

Apparantly an Australian guy is behind it, or at least involved. Someone here did some detective work once and I don't remember the details but I think it turned out he has a history of fraud and deception. Probably sheep buggery and incest too but I don't think he was ever arrested for the last two.

 

 

 

 

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Checkout Travelers posts from 2015

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Looks like all of Travelers (Craig Hill) posts are blocked now

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