Comment: "[T]he people of Hong Kong might even be willing to allow Tsang that penthouse, with all of its allegedly cost-free refurbishments, if he and his fellow chief executives had not struck a far more damaging and sinister bargain that—year by year, piece by piece—has seen the special freedoms granted this city under the Basic Law relentlessly dented and chipped away by the central government," suggests Kent Ewing.
Donald Tsang faces jail over corruption, but the grand giveaway of Hong Kong freedoms is a greater crime | Hong Kong Free Press
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Spoutz conducted fraudulent transactions under a series of aliases.
Eric Spoutz received a prison sentenced for selling fake artworks purported to be by masters including De Kooning and Joan Mitchell.
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