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Pretending to be a journalist, cheating on land conversion and appropriating over VND9 billion

When Van Anh was arrested, the investigating authority confiscated 53 land use rights certificates. At the same time, the act of appropriating billions of dongs from others is clarified.

Today (April 30), the Police of Dien Chau District (Nghe An) announced that they had charged and arrested Nguyen Thi Van Anh (SN 1976), who lives in Dien Hanh Township (Dien Chau District), with crimes. “Fraudulent Acquisition of Assets”.

The person concerned Nguyen Thi Van Anh is cooperating with the investigative authority – photo by Nghe An police

First, the investigating authorities confiscated 53 red books and 2 mobile phones.

According to the findings of the investigation, from early 2021 to April 2022, Van Anh pretended to be a reporter for Thanh Thanh newspaper and boasted of having close ties with many officials who were leaders in both the headquarters and Nghe An Province. A scam.

Defendant Van Anh admitted to carrying out procedures to unlawfully convert agricultural land into long-term residential land for 5 victims living in Dien Chau district and some other places. The amount of money the victims transferred to Van Anh was more than VND9 billion.

… along with the evidence of the case are fake red cases – Nghe An Police Photo

One thing of concern is the victims’ use of fake red books to illegally cultivate agricultural land and dealing with local authorities with fake Nguyen Thi Van Anh red books, which entails many complicated consequences. Complex.

When some people learned that Van Anh was arrested, some people called and sent a request to the Dien Chau District Police Department to denounce this woman’s fraudulent behavior.

At present, the Investigative Police Department of the Dien Chau District Police Department is continuing to fight to expand the project.

Quoc Huy

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