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In May 2011, after living in seclusion as a Buddhist Monk for the last 17 years, “Master Weidi” was arrested at the Jingsi Temple in Hangzhou. Weidi, as it turns out, was actually named Xu Xinlian (徐心联), and was a fugitive who had been on the run since 1994 for the murder of a husband, wife and their two-year-old son in Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province. The other five men involved in the murder were arrested, but Xu Xinlian managed to escape.

In December 2011, Sheng Xiang (盛乡) an actor famous for his role as an intelligence agent on a popular TV show was arrested in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province after he was identified as Ji Shiguang (吉世光), a fugitive suspected in an attack on a police official in Qiqihar, Heilongjiang Province, 13 years ago. The three other men involved in the assault were arrested years ago.

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