Guangdong grave Lord fraud was sentenced to indefinitely recover the illegal income of 59.73 million yuan

 Guangdong grave Lord fraud was sentenced to indefinitely recover the illegal income of 59.73 million yuan

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The loan fraud case of Lin Yaochang, the graveyard master in Guangdong, has been settled.

According to the report of Shanwei intermediate peoples court, on October 22, Shanwei intermediate peoples court sentenced Lin Yaochang, the defendant, in the case of loan fraud, to life imprisonment for the crime of loan fraud, deprivation of political rights for life and confiscation of all personal property; recovered his illegal income of 59730000 yuan and returned it to Lufeng rural credit cooperative association.

According to the previous report, since 2009, Lin Yaochang, who was then the deputy of Shanwei City, Lufeng City Peoples Congress and the head of Anfu cemetery in Tanxi Town, Lufeng City, was reported by the real name of Lin Keguo. He had changed the land use in a large amount without permission, illegally occupied 88.13 mu of forest land, cut forests and opened mountains, destroyed agricultural land, and successively violated 5164 graves, and turned to Lufeng at that time to get rid of the crime. The director of the Municipal Public Security Bureau bribed 200000 yuan in cash. After the case was disclosed by the media, Lin Yaochang was called grave Lord by the netizens.

After trial, the court found out that from November 2011 to June 2013, the defendant Lin Yaochang, in the name of kaluda company and Huacheng Hotel, used false economic contracts, fabricated false financial statements, and mortgaged the value of the virtual high collateral, etc. to loan a total of RMB 60.3 million to Lufeng rural credit cooperative Association. After obtaining the loan funds, Lin Yaochang, the defendant, failed to repay the principal and interest within the prescribed time. Until the time of the crime, there was still a loan principal of 59.73 million yuan that could not be repaid.

After the trial, the court held that Lin Yaochang, the defendant, had the subjective intention of illegally taking the loan as his own, and objectively carried out the act of obtaining the loan by fraud, which was in line with the subjective and objective elements of the crime of loan fraud. For the purpose of illegal possession, the defendant Lin Yaochang swindled the loan of financial institutions, with a huge amount. His act has constituted the crime of loan fraud and should be punished according to law, so he made the above judgment.

According to interface news, Lin Yaochang was arrested in July 2013. On November 17, 2016, Dongguan intermediate peoples court made a final judgment on the case of Lin Yaochangs illegal occupation of agricultural land and bribery. Lin Yaochang was sentenced to four years imprisonment and a fine of 50000 yuan for several crimes of illegal occupation of agricultural land and bribery.

On December 21, 2016, Lin Yaochang was put on file for investigation by the police on suspicion of defrauding huge loans. The whistleblower is still Lin Keguo.

On September 20, 2017, after the detention period was converted into custody period, Lin Yaochang was released after serving his sentence. On the same day, he was detained by Shanwei police for the crime of loan fraud according to law.

On June 29, 2018, the case was transferred to the Luhe County Procuratorate of Shanwei City for review and prosecution, and later transferred to the Shanwei City procuratorate due to the large amount of grave Lord fraud loans.

On July 6, 2018, Shanwei procuratorate designated jurisdiction. After two supplementary investigations, Luhe County procuratorate prosecuted Lin Yaochang for suspected loan fraud to Luhe county court.

On May 9, 2019, Lin Yaochang, the graveyard master of Lufeng, Guangdong Province, was suspected of loan fraud and held a trial in Shanwei central court.

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