“They Eat Children” — The wife of former President Interpol, who went missing in China in 2018, calls the Chinese government a “monster.”

Grace Meng Interpol

Grace Meng, wife of former Interpol President Meng Hongwei, now lives in France with her two sons.Laurent Ciprian / AP Photo

  • Former Interpol Prime Minister Meng Hongwei’s wife accused the Chinese government of calling it a “monster.”

  • Meng went missing when he disappeared on a trip from France to China in 2018.

  • He resurfaced in a Chinese court in 2020 and was sentenced to 13 and a half years in prison.

The wife of former President Interpol broke silence during his asylum in France and conducted a bitter interview with the Chinese Communist Party.

Grace Meng is Meng Hongwei’s wife. Chinese Interpol Chief who disappeared in 2018 When he was on a business trip to China after being stationed in France for two years. He hadn’t heard until he resurfaced in Chinese court in 2020. Sentenced to 13 and a half years in prison About bribery fees.

His wife Grace, Secure asylum in France in 2019 For herself and the couple’s twin sons Currently living under police custody, Her husband claims he was imprisoned for false reasons Hidden the views of the reformists..

In this week’s interview with APMeng called it a “monster” and blamed the Chinese government.

“Because they eat children,” Meng explained why she used this phrase to describe the Chinese ruling party.

“I have a responsibility to show my face and tell the world what happened,” she told AP. “In the last three years, we know how to live with an authoritative monster, just as we know how to live with COVID.”

Meng added that he hadn’t seen or heard from her husband since sending two messages during her business trip to Beijing in September 2018. The first thing I read was “Wait for my call.” What followed was much more ominous — four minutes later the kitchen knife emoji was sent.

Meng told AP that he didn’t know if he would see her husband again or if she was still alive. She added that while her husband’s disappearance was a “great source of pain” for her, she suspected that many Chinese families were facing a “similar fate.”

“This is already saddening me beyond what I can be saddened further,” she said. “Of course, it’s just as cruel for my kids.”

“I don’t want my children to have a father,” she told AP. “Children always go to see someone knocking on the door. I know that the person inside wants to be a father, but I realize that’s not the case. Every time they are quietly down. Their heads. They are very brave. “

Meng Hongwei is one of the celebrities who disappeared in China. Very recently Tennis star Peng Shuai goes missing This month after she accused top Chinese politicians of sexual assault. Celebrities and millionaires like Jack Ma in Alibaba After disputing the work of the Communist Party, he disappeared from public.

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