In December, 2006, police in the Chinese territory of Macau arrested Ao Man Long, the region’s secretary for transport and public works, who had been collecting kickbacks over a period of seven years. Investigators found that he and his family had received more than a hundred million U.S. dollars, which he had detailed in a collection of “friendship notebooks.” The indictment itemized so many individual bribes that reading it aloud at his trial took seven hours.
Police arrested more than 1,000 people and seized millions of dollars worth of illicit goods during a massive anti-crime joint operation by Hong Kong, Macau and Chinese police, authorities said Thursday.Nearly 2,500 locations, inclu... Read Post
The Sun's royal editor has been arrested by police investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials, it has been reported. Duncan Larcombe, 36, was held in a dawn swoop on his home in Kent on suspicionof conspiracy to corr... Read Post