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The latest development of the mysterious trafficker Mei Yi case

The latest development of the mysterious trafficker Mei Yi case

There has been new progress in the mystery man trafficking 'Aunt Mei' case, which is suspected of abducting and trafficking nine children.

On November 13, Guangzhou Zengcheng police reported that two of the abducted children had been recovered recently and organized their families to recognize their relatives. Shen Junliang, the parent of the abducted child in the same case, has been looking for his son for nearly 15 years and still hasn't given up. He hopes that the buyer can contact him and 'don't investigate any responsibility, just want to know whether the child is doing well'.

The incident of Guangdong human trafficker Mei Yi

On the morning of December 28, 2018, the Guangzhou people's court sentenced a case of child abduction and trafficking. The suspect was sentenced to two death sentences, two were sentenced to life imprisonment, and one was ten years in prison. After investigation, a mysterious middleman in the case, known as' Aunt Mei ', has not been arrested so far. From 2003 to 2005, a total of 5 suspect were sentenced to 9 joint crimes by the people's Court of Guangzhou. Some deliberately accosted and secretly carried away while people were unprepared, and some even robbed the house to control their families and forcibly carried away. Criminals with serious criminal circumstances were directly sentenced to capital punishment.

Zhang Weiping, Zhou Rongping, Yang Chaoping, Liu Zhenghong and Chen Shoubi were arrested in 2016 as suspects in the trafficking of Shen Cong in 2003. After interrogation by the police, they explained all 8 cases committed, involving 9 children. As the principal criminal of the case, Zhang Weiping was sentenced to death with a suspension of execution. Because a middleman involved in the case is still absconding, Zhang Weiping needs to be identified. This middleman is called 'Aunt Mei'. Zhang Weiping explained that the children complete the transaction through 'Aunt Mei'. The police have also made detailed portraits of "Aunt Mei", and intensified search efforts to get the suspect to justice.