Chinese Men Tried To Bribe Makati Cops With P1.7 Million & Got Arrested Instead
MAKATI COPS – Two Chinese nationals got charged with bribery after trying to negotiate for the release of their countrymen with police.
The suspects tried to bribe the Makati City Police with P1.7 million in exchange for the release of their fellow countrymen. Their Chinese cohorts were arrested in a raid of a prostitution den.
The Chinese men were identified to be Zhang Xiuqiang and Fan Jianping. Both suspects went into the Criminal Investigation Sector Of the Makati City Police Headquarters.
There, they attempted to negotiate with the authorities at 3:20 pm. Based on a report from Inquirer, the Chine men approached Maj. Gideon Ines Jr, the chief of Criminal Investigations Section of Makati police.
As they tried to negotiate, they offered up P1.7 million to Ines in exchange for the freedom of their cohorts. However, Ines declined and instead ordered the arrest of the suspects.
In earlier reports from ABS-CBN, there was a raid of a prostitution den in Makati City. There were 35 Chinese women that were rescued during the raid.
The authorities have also arrested 21 foreign clients. According to police, some were Chinese nationals working in the Philippine offshore gaming operator (POGO) sector.
As per the report, this was already the fourth raid on a sex ring that involved Chinese Nationals in 2 months. Those arrested will be charged for violating the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2012.
There was also a report that 91 Chinese women were rescued from a sex trade upscale in a bar in Makati City. Parañaque City also had cases involving the Chinese.
This time, it was at a condominium building in Paclaran Parañaque City on September 16. Finally, a Chinese-run prostitution den was raided by authorities last September 4.
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