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Former legislator Lo Fu-chu (羅福助), who was convicted of securities violations, has gone missing days before starting a four-year prison term, leading to airports and seaports being put on a state of alert
Anyone wondered about that? Not me, if they're convicted they should be put in jail and let hang out at home 'waiting' to start their prison term, it's just telling them to run away. They can just hop on a fishing boat and cross the water to China.
Reading it it makes me laugh, he doesn't want to see anyone so bugger of he doesn't want to go jail today or any time soon!!!
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