- The Thai woman who was allegedly saved from a Chinese “organ harvesting gang” in Cambodia confessed that her story was entirely fake.
- She reportedly lied to expedite her return to Thailand so that she could reunite with her Thai boyfriend.
- The 25-year-old, whose name has yet to be disclosed, was charged for giving a false statement following her confession. If convicted, she could spend up to three years in prison and have to pay a fine of 6,000 Thai baht (approximately $179).
- Prior to her confession, authorities and an investigative report discovered holes in her story, including the absence of records from the hospital where she claimed to have recovered after being saved.
- The news of her false claims was confirmed at a joint Thai-Cambodian police conference on Friday.
The Thai woman who returned to her home country after supposedly being saved from a Chinese “organ harvesting gang” in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, earlier this month has confessed to fabricating the whole ordeal.
Thai deputy national police chief Pol Gen Roy Inkhapairote confirmed the news of the woman’s false claims at a joint Thai-Cambodian police conference on Friday. The media gathering was reportedly held to disprove the woman’s story.
A 32-year-old man who was abducted as a toddler was recently reunited with his parents in China.
The abduction of 22-year-old Dua Mangi in Karachi, Pakistan is sparking a bizarre type of discussion on social media.
Dua was forcibly taken by still unknown assailants on early Sunday morning in an affluent area of the city which is known to have among the highest crime rates in Asia.
A former nanny who abducted her client’s son nearly two decades ago in southwestern China made the decision finally help him find his birth parents so she can “redeem” her “sins.”
Desperate for a child, He Xiaoping, 49, confessed to stealing the 15-month-old boy she had raised as Liu Jinxin from his home in Chongqing in 1992.
The FBI is asking the public for help in identifying three suspects believed to be behind the kidnapping of a Chinese car dealer in Los Angeles.
The incident took place on July 16 in San Gabriel when 28-year-old Liao “Tony” Ruochen, who owns a car dealership that sold luxury cars in Southern California, was kidnapped by three men.
A mother in Oahu, Hawaii said she could go to jail for illegally fleeing to Japan with her infant son in the middle of a fierce custody battle.
Eileen Tojo admits to breaking the law when she took her son, Blaze, who was reported missing on Jan. 7, 2013, and three other children from a different father from the island of Oahu to Japan, HawaiiNewsNow reported.
A 19-year-old man from Wisconsin who was found guilty of stalking and kidnapping a 17-year-old girl is set to be jailed for only ten months.
According to WNCY, Toua Chang forced the teenager into his van last November in a parking lot as she was leaving work one night at W. Northland Avenue in Appleton.