Fairy Tale King Zheng Yuanjie reported the case of pirated books in real name: 14 suspects were arrested

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 Fairy Tale King Zheng Yuanjie reported the case of pirated books in real name: 14 suspects were arrested


On February 20 this year, Beijing Pipilu General Mobilization Culture Technology Co., Ltd. reported that two companies in Beijing had violated copyright by selling pirated Pipilu General Mobilization series books through network transactions and logistics delivery. After getting the clues, Huaiyin Public Security Bureau of Huaian Public Security Bureau of Jiangsu Province set up a special group quickly, and mobilized the skilled police force to participate in the investigation work. After careful investigation, on February 22 and 27, the special police, together with the comprehensive law enforcement personnel of the cultural market, smashed two warehousing sites of the company involved in the case in Huaian City of Jiangsu Province and Tongzhou District of Beijing, respectively, and seized on the spot four famous biographies of Zheng Yuanjie, A Railway Station in the Belly, A Big Trouble in the Skin Country, and Freshness of Tooth Street. More than 110,000 copies of 75 kinds of pirated books such as One Day in Kindergarten and so on.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); investigation shows that since April 2017, the suspect Wang Mou, in order to make profits, has limited cultural dissemination in Beijing Xinshengjianda Book Co., Ltd., and Beijing Hongruijian. The company purchased stolen printed manuscripts of books from suspects Chai Mou and Guo Mou to cover up and obtain permission to sell books. The manuscripts were printed by suspects Li Mou and five others, and the anti-counterfeiting logo printed by Wu Mou in Cangnan County, Zhejiang Province was affixed. After the printing of pirated books was completed, Wang arranged for five suspects to sell the pirated books through the network platform, and then shipped them from the warehouse. The means of the crime are concealed. Online stores show that they receive orders in Beijing and actually deliver goods in Huaian. Books are stored in factories to evade inspection and supervision. Official and pirated books are mixed and sold, which is difficult to identify. Guan Yongbo, director of the Anti-Illegal and Anti-Illegal Branch of the Propaganda Department of Jiangsu Provincial Committee, introduced that the special task force traveled over 50,000 kilometers across seven provinces and cities, eradicated the criminal gang in all links and chains, and seized more than 1 million copies of pirated books, involving more than 10 million yuan, and 21 publishing houses that had been infringed upon. At present, each of the 14 suspects involved has taken criminal compulsory measures according to law. The case is about to end and is ready to be transferred to the procuratorial organs for examination and prosecution. Source: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331, responsible editor of Xinhua News Agency

After investigation, since April 2017, Wang Mou, the suspect, in order to make profits, took Beijing Xinsheng Jianda Books Co., Ltd. and Beijing Hongrui Jianxing Cultural Communication Co., Ltd. as cover, obtained permission to sell books, purchased stolen printed manuscripts of books from Chai Mou and Guo Mou, the suspect, and handed them over to Li Mou. Five people of a certain class printed and affixed the anti-counterfeiting logo printed by Wumou, Cangnan County, Zhejiang Province. After the printing of pirated books was completed, Wang arranged for five suspects to sell the pirated books through the network platform, and then shipped them from the warehouse.

The means of the crime are concealed. Online stores show that they receive orders in Beijing and actually deliver goods in Huaian. Books are stored in factories to evade inspection and supervision. Official and pirated books are mixed and sold, which is difficult to identify. Guan Yongbo, director of the Anti-Illegal and Anti-Illegal Branch of the Propaganda Department of Jiangsu Provincial Committee, introduced that the special task force traveled over 50,000 kilometers across seven provinces and cities, eradicated the criminal gang in all links and chains, and seized more than 1 million copies of pirated books, involving more than 10 million yuan, and 21 publishing houses that had been infringed upon.

At present, each of the 14 suspects involved has taken criminal compulsory measures according to law. The case is about to end and is ready to be transferred to the procuratorial organs for examination and prosecution.