BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s antigraft watchdog said late on Sunday that the Chinese authorities were investigating Meng Hongwei, who heads the global law enforcement organization Interpol, for suspected violations of the law.

INTERPOL President Meng Hongwei poses during a visit to the headquarters of International Police Organisation in Lyon, France, May 8, 2018. Jeff Pachoud/Pool via Reuters

Meng, who is also a vice minister of public security in China, had been reported missing after traveling from France, where Interpol is based, to China, and his wife has been placed under police protection after receiving threats.

French police were investigating what is officially termed in France a “worrying disappearance”.

Reporting by Tony Munroe; Editing by Edmund Blair

Simon Parkes Says:

Head Of Interpol Arrested

Sunday, October 7, 2018

The head of Interpol has been arrested in China by the Chinese government.

A link between the battle raging within the Dragon Societies and the Western elite is the most likely explanation.