Zheng Wenjie, an employee of the British Consulate in Hong Kong, whores the detained family members: fairness and freedom of mind
Hong Kong media quoted Global Times on August 22 as saying that Zheng Wenjie, a Hong Kong employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong, was sentenced to 15 daysadministrative detention for prostitution. In response to this, Zheng Wenjies family said that they would not respond to the report and that it was fair and comfortable. Previously, the British Foreign Ministry claimed that it was worried about Zheng Wenjies disappearance, and many Hong Kong and British media used this to politicize the incident and hype it.
Employees of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong were released after 15 days of detention for prostitution
Zheng Wenjie, an employee of the British Consulate General in Hong Kong, was sentenced to 15 daysadministrative detention by the Luohu Public Security Organ in Shenzhen for violating the Law of the Peoples Republic of China on Administrative Penalties for Public Security. On 24 August, his administrative detention expired and he was released on schedule. During the period of administrative detention, the public security organs safeguarded Zheng Wenjies legitimate rights and interests according to law. Zheng Wenjie confessed to his illegal facts.