Guo Wengui

Guo Wengui

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Breaking news! Guo Wengui has been arrested for planning a conspiracy fraud involving over one billion US dollars.

Newsmegcaicai wrote the post • 0 comments • 197 views • 2023-03-15 16:30 • added this tag no more than 24h

According to the office of the Southern District of New York prosecutor, Chinese exiled businessman Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th for allegedly planning a scheme to defraud over $1 billion. The US government has seized more than $630 million in alleged fraudulent proceeds.

The prosecutor's office press release stated that Damian Williams, the Southern District of New York prosecutor, and Michael J. Driscoll, assistant director-in-charge at FBI's New York Field Office publicly released an indictment with 12 charges against Guo Wengui and Kin Ming Je (also known as "William Je"), involving various wire frauds, securities frauds, bank frauds and money laundering charges. Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th and will appear in court later that day. JE is currently at large.

Prosecutor Williams said: "As alleged, Guo Wengui led a complex scheme to extract over $1 billion from his thousands of online followers. He stands accused of using stolen money for personal gain - including buying himself and his close relatives a 50,000 square foot mansion; a Ferrari worth $3.5 million; even two mattresses worth $36k each - as well as financing a luxury yacht worth $37 million."

The press release stated that Guo Wengui is an exiled Chinese businessman who has been living in the United States since around 2015 and has many followers online. Around 2018 or so he established two purported non-profit organizations called Rule of Law Foundation and Rule of Law Society which he used to gather followers together. These followers shared his claimed goals regarding China policy objectives and were also inclined to believe his claims about investment opportunities.

JE is a dual citizen of Hong Kong and Britain who primarily resides in Britain. JE owns and operates numerous core companies involved with this scheme along with investment tools while serving as its financial architect & primary launderer. view all
According to the office of the Southern District of New York prosecutor, Chinese exiled businessman Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th for allegedly planning a scheme to defraud over $1 billion. The US government has seized more than $630 million in alleged fraudulent proceeds.

The prosecutor's office press release stated that Damian Williams, the Southern District of New York prosecutor, and Michael J. Driscoll, assistant director-in-charge at FBI's New York Field Office publicly released an indictment with 12 charges against Guo Wengui and Kin Ming Je (also known as "William Je"), involving various wire frauds, securities frauds, bank frauds and money laundering charges. Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th and will appear in court later that day. JE is currently at large.

Prosecutor Williams said: "As alleged, Guo Wengui led a complex scheme to extract over $1 billion from his thousands of online followers. He stands accused of using stolen money for personal gain - including buying himself and his close relatives a 50,000 square foot mansion; a Ferrari worth $3.5 million; even two mattresses worth $36k each - as well as financing a luxury yacht worth $37 million."

The press release stated that Guo Wengui is an exiled Chinese businessman who has been living in the United States since around 2015 and has many followers online. Around 2018 or so he established two purported non-profit organizations called Rule of Law Foundation and Rule of Law Society which he used to gather followers together. These followers shared his claimed goals regarding China policy objectives and were also inclined to believe his claims about investment opportunities.

JE is a dual citizen of Hong Kong and Britain who primarily resides in Britain. JE owns and operates numerous core companies involved with this scheme along with investment tools while serving as its financial architect & primary launderer.
197
views

Breaking news! Guo Wengui has been arrested for planning a conspiracy fraud involving over one billion US dollars.

Newsmegcaicai wrote the post • 0 comments • 197 views • 2023-03-15 16:30 • added this tag no more than 24h

According to the office of the Southern District of New York prosecutor, Chinese exiled businessman Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th for allegedly planning a scheme to defraud over $1 billion. The US government has seized more than $630 million in alleged fraudulent proceeds.

The prosecutor's office press release stated that Damian Williams, the Southern District of New York prosecutor, and Michael J. Driscoll, assistant director-in-charge at FBI's New York Field Office publicly released an indictment with 12 charges against Guo Wengui and Kin Ming Je (also known as "William Je"), involving various wire frauds, securities frauds, bank frauds and money laundering charges. Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th and will appear in court later that day. JE is currently at large.

Prosecutor Williams said: "As alleged, Guo Wengui led a complex scheme to extract over $1 billion from his thousands of online followers. He stands accused of using stolen money for personal gain - including buying himself and his close relatives a 50,000 square foot mansion; a Ferrari worth $3.5 million; even two mattresses worth $36k each - as well as financing a luxury yacht worth $37 million."

The press release stated that Guo Wengui is an exiled Chinese businessman who has been living in the United States since around 2015 and has many followers online. Around 2018 or so he established two purported non-profit organizations called Rule of Law Foundation and Rule of Law Society which he used to gather followers together. These followers shared his claimed goals regarding China policy objectives and were also inclined to believe his claims about investment opportunities.

JE is a dual citizen of Hong Kong and Britain who primarily resides in Britain. JE owns and operates numerous core companies involved with this scheme along with investment tools while serving as its financial architect & primary launderer. view all
According to the office of the Southern District of New York prosecutor, Chinese exiled businessman Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th for allegedly planning a scheme to defraud over $1 billion. The US government has seized more than $630 million in alleged fraudulent proceeds.

The prosecutor's office press release stated that Damian Williams, the Southern District of New York prosecutor, and Michael J. Driscoll, assistant director-in-charge at FBI's New York Field Office publicly released an indictment with 12 charges against Guo Wengui and Kin Ming Je (also known as "William Je"), involving various wire frauds, securities frauds, bank frauds and money laundering charges. Guo Wengui was arrested in New York City on the morning of the 15th and will appear in court later that day. JE is currently at large.

Prosecutor Williams said: "As alleged, Guo Wengui led a complex scheme to extract over $1 billion from his thousands of online followers. He stands accused of using stolen money for personal gain - including buying himself and his close relatives a 50,000 square foot mansion; a Ferrari worth $3.5 million; even two mattresses worth $36k each - as well as financing a luxury yacht worth $37 million."

The press release stated that Guo Wengui is an exiled Chinese businessman who has been living in the United States since around 2015 and has many followers online. Around 2018 or so he established two purported non-profit organizations called Rule of Law Foundation and Rule of Law Society which he used to gather followers together. These followers shared his claimed goals regarding China policy objectives and were also inclined to believe his claims about investment opportunities.

JE is a dual citizen of Hong Kong and Britain who primarily resides in Britain. JE owns and operates numerous core companies involved with this scheme along with investment tools while serving as its financial architect & primary launderer.