AKA Miles Kwok, Miles Guo, Ho Wan Kwok, Kwok Ho Wan, Guo Haoyun
11-03-2020: Chinese fugitive Guo Wengui ‘spread Biden-China claim to impact US election’ – see below for more information!
Guo Wengui, born 10 May 1970 (self claim), or 5 October 1968, also known under the names Guo Wen Gui, Guo Haoyun (郭浩云), Miles Guo, and Miles Kwok, is a Chinese billionaire businessman who later became a political activist and controls Beijing Zenith Holdings (via proxy people Li Lin and Jiang Yuehua), and other assets. At the peak of his career, he was 73rd among the richest in China. Guo was accused of corruption and other misdeeds by Chinese authorities and fled to the United States in late 2014, after learning he was going to be arrested under allegations including bribing, kidnapping, money laundering, fraud and rape.Source: Wikipedia
Steve Bannon was hired by Guo Wengui:
“Guo Media is owned by Saraca Media Group, a company incorporated in Delaware, according to the contracts. Per a March 2019 tax filing, the president and director of Saraca was an individual named Han Chunguang.”
“The tycoon was accused along with his daughter, his son Guo Qiang, an employee named Qu Guojiao and a man identified as Han Chunguang of involvement in a conspiracy in which they used their personal bank accounts – and those of Anton and Hong Kong International Funds Investments Limited, also owned by Guo Mei – to launder a total of HK$32.9 billion, believed to be proceeds of an indictable offence.”
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed last year that the Interpol has issued a red notice warrant for Guo’s arrest.”It said Guo had bribed former Chinese security official Ma Jian on 11 occasions, involving some 60 million yuan (HK$68.4 million).”Recently, it was reported that Guo Wengui offered a pair $9 million for dirt on his enemies’ porn habits and out of wedlock kids.
Ma Jian, was sentenced to life in prison.“Ma Jian, a former Chinese intelligence chief, used his position to help Guo Wengui further his business interests, he accepted the equivalent of $14.5 million in bribes and profited by trading stocks on inside information, according to a statement from the court.
Guo Wengui makes claim that China has been spying since Bush in White House 3/5/19 (as well as China placing cameras in the women’s room toilets) 🤔
Who is Miles Kwok/Miles Guo/Guo Wengui?
Guo Wengui’s ‘Alleged’ Crimes in China:
Five senior employees of Chinese fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui were handed suspended jail sentences on Friday after being found guilty of crimes including coercion in a business deal and misappropriation of company funds.
Embezzled $2 billion yuan from Minzu Securities.
Tycoon Said to Bring Down a Deputy Mayor. – Allegedly, Guo turned on his former business partner.
China accuses outspoken Tycoon of rape.
Guo Wengui was taken to court for making false claims, which really didn’t go anywhere. According to the documents, people familiar with Guo said he is friendly and always smiling, but ruthless in business. His identity document shows that he was born in 1967 in Zhengzhou, in the central province Henan. He also used the name Guo Haoyun in Hong Kong.
More recent information:
Chinese authorities have accused him of multiple crimes, from bribery to sexual assault. He denies any wrongdoing. The Wall Street Journal has reported several efforts by Chinese authorities in 2017 to repatriate Mr Guo; he has applied for asylum in America. Chinese state media have attacked him. But some dissidents and sceptics, wary of his past ties to Chinese state security, do not trust him, wondering if he works both sides (he has dismissed such insinuations). American intelligence is said to listen to his insights—but also to keep him at arm’s length.
Western policymakers should be wary of figures like Guo. Take Ahmed Chalabi, the Baghdad multimillionaire who fled Iraq after becoming wrapped up in a Jordanian financial scandal. Chalabi played a malignant role in the U.S. drive to the Iraq War, making a series of exaggerated claims that were taken seriously by political and military leaders. As U.S. relations degenerate with China, the space for those like Guo to operate will grow.