July 20, 2009

Gao Is Gone, Gone, Gone

We all have to take responsibility for our actions, don't we?

Kiwi behind runaway millions faces sack
"The only reason she's getting it in the neck is because the a***hole took off with the money."

Meanwhile, Detective Senior Sergeant Mark Loper, who is heading the police investigation, said efforts to track down Gao were "progressing as expected".

"We're still doing our investigations and we're getting closer," he said.

But he dismissed as "media stuff" recent claims that Hurring, who had an on-again off-again relationship with Gao, planned to come home soon and cut a deal with police to give evidence against Gao.

There have been other claims that it will be impossible to bring Gao to justice in New Zealand without co-operation from Chinese authorities.

This is because there is no extradition agreements between the two nations and Gao, with his millions, could be considered an attractive asset to China.


1 comment:

Bukko_in_Australia said...

Gao, with his millions, could be considered an attractive asset to China.

Yeah, an asset to be squeezed for protection money like a lemon, until all his juice has been extracted. Then his rind will be tossed back to the Kiwis. Seriously, would YOU want to trust your fate whilst on the lam to the tender mercies of the Chicom fascists? Those scampering crims will get their karma sooner than later. Go down the dark road and a dark fate will befall you...

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