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  • Davo36
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    Some money laundering going on here I reckon: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/n...ectid=11790124

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Originally posted by Bobsyouruncle View Post
    He sells them, quite expensive :-).
    It is a nice 'business opportunity' isn't it? Perhaps I should look into this, with my bottle of Tui on one hand haha!

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Originally posted by eri View Post
    how much have you been quoted Gary?
    I got my citizenship in 1999, and my mum paid for it, whatever admin fee Internal Affairs charged at the time, so I won't have a clue =D

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  • Bobsyouruncle
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    He sells them, quite expensive :-).

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  • eri
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    how much have you been quoted Gary?

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Originally posted by Davo36 View Post
    It's strange isn't it? If you steal over $100 million, the cops catch you, you say "Oh well, you caught me, how bout I pay $40 mill or so, we all walk away, no guilt admitted and everyone's happy?" And the cops go "Sure OK."

    But f you steal a car, and if the cops catch you, you are getting a record, will be before the courts and you will be punished. It's not like you can say to the cops, here's a couple of grand, I'll sign something saying I won't do it again, (without admitting liability) and we both walk away happy? The cops have a very different take on that situation...

    By the way the $40 million is to be split between NZ and China. I imagine they'll get the better end of the stick on that one.

    Just to show, the rich can just about get away with everything...

    Oh and MP endorsement letters are so cheap to get in this country omg. In China sometimes money is not enough to buy that.

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Originally posted by eri View Post
    cell phone photos of them

    to the police
    Yeah done that. Police said they got the two others but can't do anything as they are too young...

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  • eri
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    cell phone photos of them

    to the police

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Originally posted by Davo36 View Post
    That would be angering as all hell. Did you get a rego plate or anything?
    I was pretty calm through out, knowing I could do bugger all to stop them. My wife was more fired up, she took courage after seeing me sprint after them and followed lol.

    Security said the girls came to Syliva Park Mall via the train...

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  • Davo36
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    Originally posted by Gary Lin View Post
    Based on Kim Dotcom and Bill Liu, NZ Law is ridiculous really.

    Also my wife got robbed inside Sylvia Park Mall in the middle of the plaza outside country road yesterday. The islander girl took my wife's baby bag with nothing valuable. We chase her and caught her and security were with us, but we couldn't detain her or stop her from leaving. in the end she got away easy and police was a minute too late.

    NZ laws too soft imo.
    That would be angering as all hell. Did you get a rego plate or anything?

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  • eri
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    ouch!...........

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  • PTILoveYou
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    Based on Kim Dotcom and Bill Liu, NZ Law is ridiculous really.

    Also my wife got robbed inside Sylvia Park Mall in the middle of the plaza outside country road yesterday. The islander girl took my wife's baby bag with nothing valuable. We chase her and caught her and security were with us, but we couldn't detain her or stop her from leaving. in the end she got away easy and police was a minute too late.

    NZ laws too soft imo.

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  • McDuck
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    I was wondering if New Zealand didn't simply extradite him because we don't do that if the person will face the death penalty.

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  • Don't believe the Hype
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    Come on guys... It's not like he was an evil propert investor ...

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  • Boom
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    ^^^^

    Spot on.

    He will be laughing... $40 mil will be play money to him.

    "The Herald can now reveal police saw Mr Yan socialising with the head of a major methamphetamine syndicate in a private karaoke room. Feng Chih Hsu was arrested a few months later.

    The 36-year-old from Taiwan, also called Daniel Hsu, was arrested in Operation Acacia when police found a cache of high-powered weapons - including sniper rifles in suitcases - and $5.5 million of methamphetamine in his North Shore home.
    He was sentenced to 17 years and three months in prison this year after guilty pleas arising from what police called New Zealand's biggest drug bust.
    Police also seized nearly $1 million in cash in a suitcase from his home."

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