Womens live webcam raises macaques for illegal trafficking in wild animals

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 Womens live webcam raises macaques for illegal trafficking in wild animals


Nowadays, all kinds of live webcast are popular, and they are talented and talented, all in all, for the purpose of attracting peoples attention. In the previous period, Yangzhou Baoying girl Xiao Li also played a live show, her live broadcast really attracted a large number of fans online, and finally even the police to attract. So, what live broadcast is so attractive? Who keeps the police to find the door Baoying girl Xiaoli twenty in the head, in a clothing store as a waiter, chance, Xiao Li touched the fast hand and other live platform, see the young people of the same generation play all kinds of strange live broadcast on the platform, she suddenly began to start the monkey from July last year. Xiao Li was terrified. She explained to the police that she had raised a monkey and saw that someone else was doing something like this on the live platform. Xiao Li said that after seeing the video, he left a message on the Internet and asked about the purchase of monkeys. The other side quickly replied, and Xiao Li added WeChat to each other, and sold a macaque to Xiao Li at a price of 11000 yuan. When Xiao Li transferred his account, the monkey also moved from Shijiazhuang to Xuzhou. Finally, in a bus, Xiao Li got the monkey. Live platform selling monkey business red fire to catch a thousand li capture Naive Xiao Li only saw the lovely monkeys, but they did not know that their actions had been illegal. From Xiao Lis account, the police had a vague sense of the problem: there was obviously a gang of illegal trafficking of wild animals behind it, so they launched a further investigation. According to the information provided by Xiao Li, the police paid attention to the account number of the monkeys on the fast hand live platform, and found a man and a woman on the live broadcast. They raised a lot of macaques. The two people also said that if they needed to buy Macaca mulatta, they could contact them through WeChat. Through the fast hand company, the police quickly found out the identity of the monkey, two people, a surname, a horse, and a person surname in Shijiazhuang, Hebei; immediately, the police went to Shijiazhuang. After the capture, Lee and Ma Mou two people accountable, just started to raise monkeys is for fun, monkeys are bought by pets QQ group in Henan at a price of eight thousand yuan. 16 rhesus monkeys have been illegally sold by the principal offender At the very beginning, the two were mainly using rhesus monkeys to show their faces on the live platform. Some netizens could also get a little profit when they brushed gifts. Later, more and more netizens expressed interest in macaques. After finding profits, the two men simply started selling monkey business. According to their accounts, all the monkeys they sold were from Bao, Xinye, Henan. Immediately, the police rushed to Xinye, Henan to investigate Bao, and found that Bao Mou did not pass any permission. Because Bao was suspected of illegally selling wild animals, the police immediately took coercive measures against him. After preliminary investigation, as far as Bao was arrested, he had illegally sold sixteen macaques, covering all parts of the country. 3 macaques have died due to poor feeding. At present, Xiaoli and Shijiazhuangs Ma Mou and Lee two people have been bailed out by the police, and Bao MOU will be punished by the actual punishment because of the large number of wild animals sold. This is a reminder to all of us that raising pets is no problem, but raising the state to protect animals is not enough. If we sell profits, the problem will be even bigger. The boundaries must be clearly defined. Source: Jiangsu provincial radio and television station editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126 At present, Xiaoli and Shijiazhuangs Ma Mou and Lee two people have been bailed out by the police, and Bao MOU will be punished by the actual punishment because of the large number of wild animals sold. This is a reminder to all of us that raising pets is no problem, but raising the state to protect animals is not enough. If we sell profits, the problem will be even bigger. The boundaries must be clearly defined.