Huang Zhifeng, a Hong Kong disordered man who had sold a lot of money a few days ago and claimed to hire professional bodyguards and drivers, cheated again after his accomplice Zhou Ting was arrested. This time, he asked everyone to donate money to Zhou Ting.
Hong Kong police reported on the evening of the 10th that the police took action on the 10th and arrested 10 suspects including 9 men and 1 woman, some of whom were suspected of violating Hong Kongs national security law. Hong Kong police did not disclose the identity of the suspect. Hong Kong media reported that they included Li Zhiying, a member of the Anti China rebellion against Hong Kong, and his two sons, four senior members of the first media, Li Zongze, a former member of the academic trend of thought, Li Yuxuan, a member of the Hong Kong story, and Zhou Ting, a former member of the Hong Kong consensus.
On the evening of the 10th and the early morning of the 11th, Huang Zhifeng wrote several articles on his Facebook account calling on everyone to support Zhou Ting, who had been arrested. However, at the end of his last tweet about Zhou Tings Facebook, he immediately called on everyone to give money to Zhou Ting: as for what I can do to help Zhou Ting, I said directly, please donate money on the platform of patreon.
Screenshot of Huang Zhifengs Facebook
Click on the link. The first page of zhoutings online crowdfunding platform appears. Zhou Tings articles can only be viewed by subscription. Members can obtain different contents according to the payment level of $5, 10, 30 and 50 per month. The most expensive $50 / month can see the limited text, photos and Videos regularly sent by Zhou Ting
Screenshot of Zhou Ting crowdfunding platform
In this regard, a Hong Kong netizen left a message saying: dont worry about her, you will go to prison to find her soon. A kind of
There are also netizens who say that its class money at the end of the talk. A kind of
Er ~ this scene does have a familiar flavor
At the end of July, 12 legislative council candidates were ruled invalid, including Huang Zhifeng. On the afternoon of July 31, Huang Zhifeng published lengthy words on his Facebook page to make a so-called response. However, after some explanation, Huang Zhifeng began to sell crowdfunding.
He released a special page on his online crowdfunding platform, calling on netizens to donate money. He said that he was followed by unknown people and vehicles. He planned to hire professional bodyguards and drivers. I believe the extra expenses are not cheap. I hope you can support me more. As a result, he was scolded by Hong Kong netizens for being really thick skinned and cheated Hong Kong people of money.
Screenshot of Huang Zhifeng crowdfunding website
Huang Zhifengs front page content of crowdfunding website is related to the so-called Hong Kong Democracy Movement. The article can be viewed only by subscription. The charge is based on the monthly unit, and the amount is divided into 4 levels: 10 US dollars, 50 dollars, 150 dollars and 1000 dollars. Members can obtain different contents according to the payment level, and the most expensive $1000 / month can obtain one-to-one video exchange
Screenshot of Huang Zhifeng crowdfunding website
In addition to Huang Zhifeng and Zhou Ting, Luo Guancong, who had fled to London, had previously set up a similar crowd funding channel. He proposed to pay $5 to $100 to view the content of the channel.
Luo Guancong (left), Huang Zhifeng (Center) and Zhou tingtuyuan: Headline Daily
Hong Kong media have previously reported that Hong Kongs national security law was formally implemented on June 30, and a number of Hong Kong Independence organizations in Hong Kong, which were in disorder with Hong Kong, collapsed instantly. Hong Kong consensus is one of them. Huang Zhifeng, Zhou Ting and Luo Guancong, the leaders of the organization, withdrew first, and Luo Guancong even fled overseas. There are signs that Zhongzhi launched crowd funding before the enactment of Hong Kongs national security law. Huang Zhifeng, Zhou Ting and Luo Guancong took away tens of millions of Hong Kong dollars raised by the crowd before withdrawing from Zhongzhi.
In addition, Huang Zhifeng and Zhou Ting were exposed to have been using private accounts to receive donations for a long time, and directly controlled the funds of Hong Kong Zhongzhi. Over the years, they have raised more than HK $20 million. On June 29, the day before Huang Zhifeng, Zhou Ting and Luo Guancong announced their withdrawal from Zhongzhi, and the day before Zhongzhi announced its dissolution, the fund had been taken away by the three people, with little left.
Hong Kong media reported that the legislative decision of Hong Kongs national security law would be submitted to the National Peoples Congress for deliberation on May 21. The next day, Hong Kong peoples aspiration hastily launched emergency fund raising, raising more than 190000 US dollars (about 1.5 million Hong Kong dollars) a month. On June 27, it was reported that Luo Guancong and Zheng Jialang, another member of Hong Kong peoples aspiration, had gone abroad. It was revealed that Luo Guancong had carried a large sum of money when he left. The crowd fundraising of more than 190000 US dollars was simply the outlaw money cheated by Luo Guancong and Zheng Jialang.
Zhou Ting was arrested on suspicion of violating Hong Kongs national security law after pleading guilty to two charges
On August 10, Zhou Ting, a Hong Kong Independence activist and former member of the Hong Kong consensus, was arrested by Hong Kong Police on suspicion of violating Hong Kongs national security law, CCTV reported. Zhou, who has been charged with three charges, has pleaded guilty to two charges: inciting others to participate in unauthorized assembly and participating in unauthorized assembly.
Born in 1996, Zhou Ting is a former deputy secretary general and a member of the disbanded Hong Kong Independence organization Hong Kong peoples aspirations. Before that, he was a spokesman for the Hong Kong radical opposition organization Thoughts on learning people. In August 2019, Zhou Ting was arrested by the Hong Kong police for inciting others to participate in an unauthorized assembly and knowingly participating in an unauthorized assembly.