Tycoon Arrests Rock Hong Kong

Tycoon Arrests Rock Hong Kong

Posted by Steve Beckow

March 30, 2012, CNN International



Brothers at the helm of a company that helped build Hong Kong’s
skyline and the man who once was the city’s number two official were
arrested in an investigation of a bribery case [that] has shocked the
former British colony. Thomas Kwok, 60, and Raymond Kwok, 58, and their
families control Sun Hung Kai Properties, which built the city’s three
tallest skyscrapers.

The billionaires were taken into custody by the city’s Independent
Commission Against Corruption [ICAC]. According to local media, the ICAC
also arrested Rafael Hui, 64, who was Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary from
2005 to 2007, and a former advisor to Sun Hung Kai. In a city where
property is king, the sight of local royalty being taken into the ICAC
headquarters riveted Hong Kong media, and comes at a time where the
city’s reputation for transparency has been tainted by a number of

The Kwok brothers and their family are the 27th richest in the world,
with an estimated wealth of $18.3 billion, according to Forbes
magazine. The family has controlling interest of Sun Hung Kai
Properties, the world’s second largest property developer by market

Note: This is stunning news! The fact that two of the richest people
in world were arrested is unprecedented. Could this be a part of the
prediction of David Wilcock and others coming true about major arrests?
To see a verifiable list of literally hundreds of high level
resignations from financial firms in the last few months, click here. A
recent Fiscal Times article at this link also dives further into this

Article Here: http://the2012scenario.com/2012/04/tycoon-arrests-rock-hong-kong/


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