Cambodia route: Border cities as transit stations, “land and water parallel” relay to arrive

2022-05-28 0 By

Editor’s note: On the evening of February 19, upstream news reporters (via obtained 10 self-statements from rescued cyberfraud victims hiding in Cambodia.Ms. Liu Silk (pseudonym), a Good Samaritan in Cambodia, told upstream news reporters that these materials are real, but also according to the fingerprint, because it involves a lot of privacy information, upstream news to do the technical processing of these materials, under the premise of protecting the victims, trying to show readers the personal experience of the victims of network fraud.If there are caring people who are willing to give a helping hand to help these Chinese in Cambodia to return home (providing convenience such as air tickets and other channels to return home), please contact upstream news 966988.According to the report, many of the victims said they would go to Guangxi before going to Cambodia, where they would be met, and then go to Cambodia by road by car, mountain road by foot, and boat by boat.Little did they know that this was the beginning of their loss of freedom.The male victim, Li Qiang (pseudonym), wrote in handwritten documents that he contacted the so-called “snakeheads” online and arrived in Guangxi. The snakeheads picked them up and arranged for them to take a bus from Guangxi to Vietnam via the Sino-Vietnamese border.”On the way, I also walked through mountain roads. After arriving in Vietnam, I took a car directly to the Vietnam-Cambodia border and then took a boat to Cambodia.”The reporter noticed that according to the description, Li Qiang set out from Guangxi to Cambodia and spent four days.The victim, Xiao Yong (pseudonym), wrote in the materials that he had first traveled from Guiyang to Nanning, Guangxi.In nanning, after being held hostage to the mountains, on the border of guangxi, “we walked for hours, to the place where an invisible Chinese, and controlled on a bus to Hanoi, Vietnam, a few hours later and called to sit bus, 4 to 5 days later, to a place called ho chi minh city, to take a car to a place called bodhisattva park in Cambodia.Dong Yu (pseudonym), one of the victims, said she was asked to go to Guangxi by a friend.When I arrived in Guangxi, I did not wait for my friends, but a car came, from which two men pulled him into the car. “I was sent to a small town and stayed in a hotel for one night with three other people. In the morning, another person came to pick me up and drove for a long time, and arranged a small hotel for us to stay.Later to a van, us, on the car has been open, don’t know how long the opened, till night, parked in a family, three or four people to take us into, go for a night of road, down the hill after four men on motorcycles, a man carrying a, sit for a few hours and replaced with a car, the car sat for three days and three nights, and opened a road in the motorcycle.After that, we were asked to walk the ridges of fields across the river, change a pickup truck, ride a day and a night to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and change a car for a day, and arrive at the Henghe Bodhisattva park in the early morning.”There were also victims who said they went by boat.The victim wang Chao (pseudonym) mentioned in the materials that his friend who had not been in contact with him for several years suddenly found him and said that he would work for about 20,000 yuan on the ship. “I went with him at that time, after boarding the ship, I was unknowingly pulled to Cambodia, where I was isolated for a few days, and then sent to work in the park…Victim Yuan Zhipeng (pseudonym) also mentioned in interviews with other media that after receiving a phone call from his fellow villagers, he and his girlfriend flew from Shanghai to Shantou, Guangdong province. The villagers took them by car to Raoping County, Chaozhou, and said they went fishing at night.After three hours on the sea in a small boat, they were suddenly transferred to a larger ship.”Something didn’t feel right. There must have been 60 or 70 people on board.”There was some resistance, but in the middle of the night on the high seas, there was nowhere to go.Finally, after seven days at sea, they were in Cambodia when the boat landed.Upstream news reporter Zhu Ting intern Zhao Yubin cartographic Wang Ling