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2019-08-09T13:00:50.986Z

He is one of the most sought after eco criminals in China. Now Qiao Jianjun has been asked to be arrested in Sweden, suspected of crimes in the United States. In addition, he is also suspected of embezzling several millions from a state-owned company in China.



The crime that Qiao Jianjun is suspected of in China should have happened in 2011, when he was the chief executive of a state-owned company responsible for grain trade. According to Chinese police, he must have transferred large sums of money, equivalent to SEK 100 million, from the company to accounts abroad.

At the same time as the police catch the eye of the incident, Qiao Jianjun and his wife flee to the United States. But well in the country the wife is arrested, suspected of money laundering and for cheating on a visa in the country. Qiao Jianjun himself once again manages to get away, and with a new name he floats to Sweden. According to him, he must have lived in Sweden since 2014, recorded in several different addresses in Central Sweden since 2015.

Grips in Sweden

On June 25, 2018, Qiao Jianjun is arrested by Swedish police, suspected of gross fraud and gross misconduct against the principal. China then asks to have him extradited, but that is something the Supreme Court says no. Since, according to HD's assessment, there is a risk that Qiao Jianjun will be sentenced to death if he is left to China.

At the end of June this year, Qiao Jianjun is released on HD, but shortly thereafter he is again arrested for serious money laundering in California 2015.

Another extradition test

Now, Qiao Jianjun has been arrested, suspected of crimes in the United States, and the Supreme Court must once again conduct a extradition hearing.

According to Qiao Jianjun's lawyer, Henrik Olsson Lilja, the state of evidence has not changed.

- Everything is based on a Chinese claim of crime in China. Since then, Americans have considered it an argument that he also committed crimes in the United States, where he came in 2011, something we believe is wrong. he tells TT.

Source: svt

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