[Voice of Hope November 17, 2023](Comprehensive report by our reporter Li Hui) One of the important groups controlling the piglet fraud in Myanmar, the “Ming family”, was recently swept away by the Kokang government. Three members of the Ming family were arrested and transferred to the Chinese Communist Party’s public security. The leader of the Ming family, “Ming Xuechang”, was already there when he was discovered. It was a dead body with a tragic end.
According to the “BBC” report, the Kokang Autonomous Government in northern Myanmar recently carried out a large-scale raid in the name of cracking down on fraud groups. The Chinese Communist Party’s public security also cooperated with the Kokang government’s actions and targeted the important leaders of the “Ming Family” Ming Xuechang, Ming Guoping and Ming Julan. , Ming Zhenzhen and others were publicly wanted. On the 16th of this month, Ming Guoping, Ming Julan, and Ming Zhenzhen were successfully captured and handed over to the CCP police. However, when Ming Xuechang was found, he was already a corpse.
The Myanmar military announced on the same day that Ming Xuechang “committed suicide with a pistol” during his arrest.
Currently, Ming Xuechang’s body is being sent by Myanmar to Yanglongzhai Port in an ambulance for autopsy by the Chinese side.
The Ming family of Chinese origin is the actual controller of the “Crouching Tiger Villa”, a large-scale telecommunications fraud park in Kokang, northern Myanmar. The 69-year-old Ming Xuechang is the head of his family and has served as the magistrate of Kokang County and a member of the Shan State Parliament.
On November 12, the Public Security Bureau of Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province issued a reward warrant for Ming Xuechang, Ming Guoping, Ming Julan, and Ming Zhenzhen, saying that they were important leaders of a criminal group involved in China’s electronics fraud in the Kokang Autonomous Region in northern Myanmar, and had committed huge amounts of fraud. At the same time, he is suspected of multiple serious violent crimes such as intentional homicide, intentional injury, and illegal detention. The circumstances are extremely bad and the consequences are extremely serious.
For those who provide effective clues and assist in arrests, the public security organs will give rewards of 100,000 to 500,000 yuan.
The BBC reported that the reason for this arrest was that on October 20, many people, including Chinese citizens, were shot and buried alive in the Wohushan Manor area controlled by the Ming Xuechang family in Laojie, the capital of Kokang. This triggered protests from the Lincang government in neighboring China’s Yunnan Province, demanding severe punishment for the perpetrators.
According to local media reports, the “four major families” that are more powerful than the Ming family in Kokang in northern Myanmar are the Bai Suocheng family, the Wei Chaoren family, the Liu Guoxi family and the Liu Abao family. These “four major families” control all of Kokang’s mining, casino and real estate operations, and are also the backers of telecommunications fraud activists in the Kokang area. As for the Ming family, although it is not one of the four major families, it is also very powerful.
According to information on Weibo, those who engage in electronic fraud in Kokang are the “Four Young Masters of Kokang” from the four major families. They took over the family business and committed all kinds of evil in northern Myanmar. Wei Qingtao has been arrested in China.
On November 17, news circulated on Weibo that Bai Suocheng was stopped while fleeing and that his son was wanted by the Myanmar government.
There are also multiple videos circulating on mainland social platforms. The content is that Wei Qingtao, Liu Zhengqi and others, core members of the “Four Big Families” of Kokang, publicly repented after being arrested and urged the families to return the mainlanders in the park. Among them, Liu Zhengqi is Liu Abao’s brother, and Ming Xuechang’s son-in-law Bi Huijun was also arrested.
The mobile phone numbers used by these electronic fraud groups were revealed to be provided by Chinese telecommunications companies.
In August this year, multiple media reported that Jilin Telecom provided more than 80 million mobile phone numbers to a fraud group in northern Myanmar, involving a total amount of up to 200 million yuan. Most of these numbers are registered as WeChat IDs and become accomplices in electronic fraud and online gambling. 23 staff members of telecommunications operators were arrested.
Editor in charge: Lin Li
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