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Chinese tycoon enlists private spooks-for-hire in campaign against Boxun

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Photos posted by Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui show two American security consultants kissing and semi-kneeling before the real estate magnate after he wined and dined them at his pricey New York residence.

Robert S. Tucker, formerly a special assistant to the district attorney of Queens County, New York, is chairman and CEO of T&M Protection Resources. Duncan Levin, who once supervised asset forfeiture and money laundering cases for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, is managing partner at Tucker Levin PLLC. Both companies offer investigative and security consulting services to corporations and wealthy individuals.

Guo posted that he discussed with them his lawsuit against Boxun founder Watson Meng and reporter Xi Nuo. He claims a business competitor paid Meng and Xi to run unflattering articles about him. Boxun denied his charge and refused to remove the posted articles. On Twitter, Guo has called Meng and Xi trash, vowed to eradicate them, said he hoped to scare them badly enough to make them piss in their pants and that he hoped Tucker and Levin would help him send the two to prison.

On March 3, three men kicked down the apartment door of the reporter, Xi, ostensibly to deliver a letter on instructions from Guo’s lawyer. The woman inside feared she was being invaded by robbers.

The letter was delivered on March 4th during a meeting of Guo with Xi and Meng. Guo told them the three men were police officers.

On March 6th, Guo hosted Tucker and Levin for dinner. He posted photos showing the wines served (with a value of roughly $33,000), along with a Chinese distilled alcohol, Mao Tai, used on special occasions. On March 7th, Meng reported to police that cars had followed him that morning from his home to his office and then from his office back home that night. The car’s driver told officers he was a private investigator. The next morning, a different car was parked outside Meng’s house.  (Here is a news release in Chinese about the incident: http://bnn.co/news/gb/intl/2017/03/201703081354.shtml)

According to documents obtained by Boxun in January 2015, Guo hired U.S. companies in 2012 and 2015 to launch cyber-attacks against its website, find out where Meng lived and track down the whereabouts of some Chinese in the United States. This included Ling Wanchen, brother of Ling Jihua, a top aide to high Communist Party officials until he was imprisoned in 2016 for corruption.


Mr. Guo with Bernd Lembcke

Mr. Guo with Bernd Lembcke

On March 9th, Mr. Guo published pictures taken in Mar-a-Lago with Bernd Lembcke, the private club’s managing director. Mr. Guo praised Lembcke’s important role in President Trump’s circle. (see photo)

( Author US registered insurance agent Xinuo)

The following are from emails dated Jan 2015. One IT person reported to Boxun secretly about Mr. Guo’s cyber-attacks to Boxun, and many other activities in USA. The information was confirmed later in a meeting with the director of an investigation company hired by Mr. Guo:









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