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Post time 2016-4-18 15:19:20 |Display all floors
samlam Post time: 2016-4-18 15:13
Perhaps we are vexatious to expect the criminals to be punished as an ordinary people. When seeing ...

Criminals are not much different from 'ordinary people '.
If you were suspected of even a minor crime would you prefer to be locked in jail until enough evidence was gathered against you?

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Post time 2016-4-18 16:07:22 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Ratfink at 2016-4-18 16:09
samlam Post time: 2016-4-18 14:20
Criminal is different from suspect. When the victims are mainly from mainland, the suspects should ...

Not quite the case. International law over the decades has actually placed fairly rigid legal procedures in place for the transportation of people suspected of crime in another country to the country where the crimes occurred. It's a legal mine field to be honest.  Anyway below is a simplified version of the problem.

The simple version is this.  A criminal targets people in Country A. He is a national of country B and lives in country C.  Country A, B and C must all have unilateral extradition laws that allow a person to be extradited by court order from one location to another. Enough proof of a criiminal act has to be presented to the court in the country of residence of the criminal. Also it is normal to seek the permission of the country of the person's nationality (B in the example) for permission to extradite the suspect to the country where the crime has taken place (country A).  

The problem happens when 2 countries do not recognise each other, in this case China and Taiwan. This leads to all sorts of legal complications which are horrendously difficult to sort out. So in the end it's not as simple as you think.
Per Ardua Ad Astra

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Post time 2016-4-18 17:32:22 |Display all floors
maybe Taiwan want to take on the mainland by doing that ..

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Post time 2016-4-18 18:36:07 |Display all floors
"People think that the government should be blamed" How ignorant can people be, the only way a criminal can get hold of your finances with a telephone call is if you give them the information they need.
Human lives mean nothing when the western warmongers see a bigger gain through war

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Post time 2016-4-18 18:36:22 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2016-4-18 13:39
Yes, Samlam, it is a cowardly crime to loot people through these telephone scams. This is a shame  ...

Dog knows why Chinese fall so easily for this kind of scheming.

Well, I am waiting for your explanation dog Seneca!

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Post time 2016-4-18 18:41:27 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2016-4-18 13:39
Yes, Samlam, it is a cowardly crime to loot people through these telephone scams. This is a shame  ...

In Malaysia, a bunch of such suspects were flown back to Taiwan,

Evidently, the money the crooked Taiwanese gangster in Taipa passed on to Najib's goons was more worthy than the diplomatic niceties our BJ folks offered. These corrupt Malay monkeys are grounded in deeper sh1t than you Seneca. Unbelievable!

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Post time 2016-4-18 18:43:49 |Display all floors
1626548377 Post time: 2016-4-18 18:36
"People think that the government should be blamed" How ignorant can people be, the only way a crim ...

Well, in the real world, not everyone is as smart as you, Pig!

The law is there to protect the most vulnerable citizens, not the smartass crooks.

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