Taobao store was sentenced to 10 years on behalf of the purchase. Is it a measure of injustice?

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 Taobao store was sentenced to 10 years on behalf of the purchase. Is it a measure of injustice?


After 3 years of purchasing, Taobao has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for smuggling and tax evasion and a 5 million 500 thousand penalty.

The screenshot of the apology letter from a shopkeeper of Taobao bought a lot of controversy after being put on the Internet.

Some netizens categorically assert that this is a fake and the sentencing time is too fake.

However, other netizens turned out the apology letter written by the shopkeeper.

More importantly, the courts criminal verdict has come down in August.

According to the judgment, in 2013, the defendant You Yan opened a Taobao store named TSHOW Imported Womens Dress Store to sell imported high-end clothes. In the same year, he began to smuggle into China by express mail, hiring seafarers to smuggle in and carry on their own, and selling for profit.

According to statistics, the total amount of clothing purchased and smuggled by the defendant You Yan in Hong Kong by swiping his card totals RMB 11400 558.93. After verification, the total amount of tax evasion for the above-mentioned clothing is RMB 3005187.33.

You Yan smuggled more than 10 million yuan worth of clothing, evaded more than 3 million yuan of tax, was sentenced to 10 years in the final trial, and fined 5.5 million yuan.

It is the result of sentencing that sparked controversy among netizens.

Some people think that they are all tax evasion. Why do they go to jail when they escape about 3000000?

It must be noted that swims are not only tax evasion, but also smuggling.

The Guangdong Provincial Higher Peoples Court held that swallows violated the laws and regulations of the state, smuggled ordinary goods and sold them in China for profit after entering the country. The amount of tax payable for evasion was particularly huge, and their behavior constituted the crime of smuggling ordinary goods.

The amount of tax payable for the evasion of swallows is more than 3 million yuan, which is especially huge. According to law, the amount of tax payable for the evasion of swallows should be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of more than 10 years, and the amount of tax payable for evasion should be more than twice and less than five times as much as that of fine or confiscation of property.

This is clearly stipulated in the criminal law of the Peoples Republic of China.

Article 16 of the Interpretation of the Supreme Peoples Court and the Supreme Peoples Procuratorate on Several Questions Concerning the Application of Law in Handling Criminal Cases of Smuggling If the amount of tax evaded is more than 500,000 yuan and less than 2.5 million yuan, it shall be deemed as the amount of tax evaded is huge; if the amount of tax evaded is more than 2.5 million yuan, it shall be deemed as the amount of tax evaded is especially huge.

Therefore, some netizens are unable to understand such sentencing standards. Is it too heavy for other vicious crimes?

But some netizens also said that this kind of sentencing is a deterrent effect, and can not erase the previous mistakes of violating the law and discipline because of selling miserably.

Of course, netizens are more concerned about whether purchasing can not be done.

Buyers want to store up goods, sellers already want to close the booth.

Again, I would like to remind you that the Electronic Commerce Law of the Peoples Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Electronic Commerce Law) will be formally implemented on January 1, next year. It clearly stipulates that all e-commerce operators should register with market participants and fulfill their duty of paying taxes according to law. E-commerce operators have not obtained relevant administrative permission to engage in business operations. The activity shall be punished in accordance with the relevant laws and administrative regulations. Will the purchasing industry disappear in the future? Source: observer net responsibility editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541

Again, I would like to remind you that the Electronic Commerce Law of the Peoples Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Electronic Commerce Law) will be formally implemented on January 1, next year. It clearly stipulates that all e-commerce operators should register with market participants and fulfill their duty of paying taxes according to law. E-commerce operators have not obtained relevant administrative permission to engage in business operations. The activity shall be punished in accordance with the relevant laws and administrative regulations.

Will the purchasing industry disappear in the future?