‘China using terror tactics against my family’ , businessman claims
A highly anticipated interview of a wanted Chinese tycoon was aborted halfway through without explanation on Wednesday. The interview with Guo Wengui, the subject of an Interpol red notice, was originally scheduled for three hours, but it was suddenly cut short, with only an apology from the presenter. In the interview, Guo claimed Beijing was using “terror” tactics against him and his family to cover up evidence he had of corruption at the highest levels of government. He levelled his allegations against Chinese authorities after China’s foreign ministry confirmed that Interpol issued a “red notice” – a request to locate and provisionally arrest an individual pending extradition – for Guo. He also rejected claims of corruption against him. Guo, who claims to have passports from the United States, the European Union and nine other foreign jurisdictions, said many Chinese officials had passed on evidence of graft to him while he had been overseas.

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