Woman Gets Daughter Back After Chasing Kidnapper Down

Woman Gets Daughter Back After Chasing Kidnapper Down
A woman managed to capture her two-year-old daughter’s kidnapper after she was snatched whilst playing on a flight of stairs by her front door. Realizing her daughter Xiao Wen was missing, Mrs. Luo promptly consulted CCTV footage, which showed her the direction of the female suspect. Casting away her high-heel shoes and running for 200 meters, Luo eventually caught up with suspect Wang and started to grapple with her, after which Xiao Wen’s aunt arrived and took back her niece. Upon police intervention, it was discovered Wang had a history of mental illness. Despite this, many netizens couldn’t forgive Wang.
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  • Jahar

    Again with the mental illness. Seems the only people who commit heinous crimes in China are mentally ill. Or foreigners.

    • mr.wiener

      Getting drunk and naked is a crime now?!

      • Jahar

        Not if you do it. Actually, it’s a crime if you don’t.

        • mr.wiener

          This is what typhoon days are for.

    • holyfashion

      Mental illness is the most used excuse in every country..how many times have you read people committing horrible crimes and in court they always seems to be suffering from depression?

      • Jahar

        It’s usually the defendant using that as a defense, not the government/media using it to explain why bad things happen.

        • guest

          Depends who Mr. Wang was.

        • holyfashion

          Yes people committing the crimes are defendant which is my point

          • Jahar

            I know. And my point is that I don’t think that’s usually the case in China.

      • Foreign Devil

        I don’t dispute that almost all people who commit crimes have mental health problems. .but I don’t think it is a valid defense anymore than being drunk or high is a valid defense.

        • holyfashion

          Exactly..i don’t know the numbers of defendants in China who uses the “depression” or mental illness excuse but in Australia it would seems every high profile crime case in the news the defendant lawyers always pull out the Depression or mental illness excuse.

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