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Myanmar hands over to China 31,000 telecom fraud suspects

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scammer payback again.

Pierogi may have big party tonight

good move.

next think Meta.a lot of online scams there virtually untouched and allowed.

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Myanmar junta is losing control against the NUG, PDF and the ethnic militia's in its borderlands.

Seems like they are reaching out for military help from China and this is quid pro quo.

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Unfortunately, they have been repressed looong before Xi. I should know because I applied for charity work in Xinjiang and was refused. There and Tibet were two restricted places NGOs couldn't work.

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Hard to believe there were 31,000 phone fraud people. More to this story than revealed by the article.

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Hard to believe there were 31,000 phone fraud people. More to this story than revealed by the article.

Don't believe everything you read. I take everything with a pinch of salt.

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I suspect this was a way to have Chinese dissidents returned to China, along with many thousands of phone fraudsters.

Wouldn't it be nice if China cooperated with other countries where Chinese citizens were perpetrating fraud? 3 times I've purchased things directly from Chinese companies in China. Only 1 time did the purchased item arrive. Attempts to get refunds or any fix for the other two were ignored completely after they said "we shipped it, wait for it to arrive."

China is lawless, if you are outside China.

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