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Former PRC officer claims he was forced to confess by Singapore police

Posted by temasektimes on September 19, 2012

A former PRC official on trial for allegedly embezzling S$18 million dollars in government funds in China now claimed that he was coerced into confessing that he had committed the crime.

50 year old Li Huabo, who is now a Singapore Permanent Resident claimed that he was told that he would be sent back to China and could face capital punishment there if he didn’t confess to the crime.

Li cited police investigators as saying “if you don’t want to admit, you will be in trouble”. He added that he did not commit any offence in China and was framed by those ‘jealous’ of him.

According to court documents, Li was a section director at Poyang County Finance Bureau in Jiangxi Province from 2006 to 2011.

He left China for Canada with his family in 2011, but eventually settled down in Singapore after he parked some $1.5 million dollars with various banks here.

Due to Singapore’s ultra-liberal and pro-China immigration policies, a large number of PRC nationals have been given Singapore PR and citizenship easily in recent years, some of whom include crooks like Li Huabo.


19 Responses to “Former PRC officer claims he was forced to confess by Singapore police”

  1. Do not push away government duty! said

    Government is not corrupted is important, and not allowing corrupted foreigners to be PR is more important! It is government duty to check, screen, investigate, “spy information” carefully, before taking any foreigner as PR! Do not push away government duty!

  2. Pink Panty Loong said

    Great! I love to see all these foreign trashes that our government love so much and hold so dearly slapping them back. Shiok. Hahahahahaaa…

  3. OrdinaryMan said

    Crooks love crooks… birds of the same feathers flock together….

  4. spotlessleopard said

    Thereis no honour amongst crooks… or illegal crooks.

  5. Poison Ivy said

    Replace PAP MPs with foreign talents to wake up old man’s idea.

  6. Washing Machine said

    Singapore has become a big “washing machine” country.

  7. Ren said

    Did they strio you naked and isolate you in the ac room too?!
    You should tell all these to the judge…

  8. Cherry Tan said

    Two men arrested for spate of break-ins
    by Hanna Begam
    Updated 10:53 PM Sep 19, 2012

    SINGAPORE – Police have arrested two men believed to be involved in various private residential estate break-ins in Simei, Siglap Frankel, Simpang Bedok and Pasir Panjang.

    The culprits, who are Chinese nationals, had gained entry into the residential units by climbing in through unsecured kitchen and toilet windows at night.

  9. Lim said

    Nice – new citizen want to renounce citizenship to avoid son zhang junyi doing NS sue govt when they can’t get what they wanted. Now this one slap back govt for `forced confession’. Wonder who does all the PR screening?

  10. Sashaqueenie said

    Corruption and unethical practices galore. This one threatens to blow up. Wait till the shit hits the fan.

  11. Naivety said


  12. Vic said

    Consider these information from The Straits Times:
    1) Li was a former county fiance bureau section director. He resigned and left for Singapore only in last year, 2011. . . ….. ….
    2) He had been wanted by China authorities and Interpol since early 2011.

    So, when did he get his Singapore PR? And, how long did it take him to get it? He is in Singapore for at best 1.1/2 years only

    Next, why not just hand him over to China or Interpol?

  13. PAP plans backfired said

    PRs , Indian nationals , filipinos have long been known to be not loyal to those who feed them.
    Its been proven time and again. They arent even loyal to their own government

  14. Ah Huey said

    Bring more toxic wastes from PRC, the PAP government has lost what little credibility it ever had.

  15. Ken Lee said

    “If you go out for a meal, lock up your house. Install good quality grills, locks, CCTVs, even burglar alarm systems. All these will ensure that you don’t become a victim of housebreaking.”

  16. A G Young said

    Stop worrying, Mr Li Hua Bo! Singapore is a SAFE HAVEN for PRC. You can enjoy life here and live thru your old age!

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