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Prostitution ring busted in Hsinchu County

TAIPEI--Immigration officials on Tuesday managed to bust a prostitution ring in Northern Taiwan that had been recruiting Chinese women to work in Taiwan using fake marriage credentials.

Immigration officers in Hsinchu County conducted simultaneous raids as police in China's coastal Fujian province to catch the ringleaders on suspicion of forgery, violation of public decency and the statute governing the peoples on both side of the Taiwan Strait.

Officials said that June 2013 interviews with Chinese women who immigrated through marriage revealed that 13 of them had shown nearly identical “conversations” with their respective husbands over instant message, raising suspicions among the authorities.

After a lengthy investigation, authorities managed to find the ringleaders, identifying them as a man surnamed Hsu in Taiwan and another surnamed Lin in Fujian.

1 Comment
June 14, 2014    wayniedennis@
Prostitution has been around over 100 years and its here to stay whether we like it or not.... And it will never stop which is very sad
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