Wangzhen Lu: Chinese student kidnapped by armed men in Canada
March 25, 2019 | Brainwave Science
A 22-year-old Chinese student, Wangzhen Lu, was kidnapped by four masked and armed men in an underground parking garage in Toronto, Canada.
According to York Regional Police, Wangzhen Lu was accompanied by his Chinese friend when he was ambushed by three suspect who used a stun gun to attack and later dragged him into a black wheelchair accessible Dodge Caravan and fled the crime scene. Lu is said to be a resident of the condo where the alleged abduction occurred. It is believed that the suspects got the access to private underground parking and the vehicle was already parked in the garage when Lu and his friend appeared. Police claimed that there are four suspects, including the minivan driver in the alleged abduction.
The motive for the kidnapping is not yet known but police believe the level of violence was “significant.”
Andy Pattenden, spokesperson for York Regional Police, said, “There was a significant level of violence involved in this kidnapping. They took him 100 percent against his will from what we can see in the surveillance video.”
Canadian authority has released CCTV images of the attackers, the vehicle used, images of Wangzhen Lu and the clothing he was wearing at the time of the kidnapping hoping public could provide substantial intelligence about the kidnapper.
Pattenden state that police aren’t sure which direction the van fled once it left the parking garage. Authority is deeply concerned for Lu’s safety. However, Wangzhen’s friend, who witnessed the kidnapping, wasn’t targeted or injured, but has been traumatized by the incident.
Spokesperson of the Chinese Consulate-General in Toronto said, “We have been in close contact and communication with the police, urging them to rescue the kidnapped student as soon as possible. The police said they are doing their best to solve the case. We have also contacted the student’s parents in China.”
Since the arrest of Meng Wenzhou, chief financial officer of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, in December at the request of the United States, Canada is trapped in the uncomfortable position of clashing with the emerging economic government. The experts believe the relationship between Canada and world’s second-biggest economy have hit a low point.
Beijing formally denies any connection but since the arrest of Huawei CFO, they arrested two Canadians on vague national security charges, the re-sentencing of a convicted Canadian drug smuggler to death and recently China suspended canola seeds imports from Canada. All these actions fit a pattern of retaliation against nations that offend China, which sometimes extends to their citizen inside the country.
Vancouver police issued a warning last year stating that Chinese students studying in Canada are being targeted for kidnapping and ransoming scams. However, Lu’s case is altogether different and complex. In this case, the kidnapping was well planned and implemented, leaving minimum evidence for law enforcement personnel to investigate and more importantly the armed suspects especially targeted Wangzhen Lu while leaving his Chinese friend unharmed. The question is Why?
Cracking Wangzhen Lu case open within a record-breaking time has become the top priority for Canadian law enforcement agencies in order to retain a healthy relationship with the world’s second largest and fastest growing economy. The pressure is not only to continue the lost trade, which could cost billions of US dollar to Canadian economy or continue a strong political communication but also to safeguard Canadian situated in China. The only hope to achieve all this is through prosecuting the kidnappers, identifying the motive and protecting Lu from further suffering. When vital evidence/intelligence is missing, no connection between kidnapper and victim can be related, delay in investigation could lead to a bad outcome and the existing conventional investigative and intelligence-gathering tools fails to provide a nearly 100% accurate intelligence and leads, so what options do Canadian law enforcement agencies have in such a crucial time?
China has long been accused of retaliation against nations that offend them. Tensions have been rising between China and Canada since the arrest of Meng Wenzhou. In order to safeguard the relationship between both the country, it is necessary for Canadian law enforcement to find an upgraded investigative tool that would speed up the investigation without the necessity of physical evidence and provide almost 100% accurate information within a record-breaking time. It is understood that cracking Wangzhen’s case would provide the perfect window for Canadian government to mend this relationship and protect the economy and thousands of innocent Canadians living in China.
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Considering the inexorable pressure on the Canadian police from the Government and the Chinese Consulate-General, iCognative is the best-suited forensic and scientific technology that can guarantee immediate results to mend this crisis and promise Lu’s safe return. What is the science behind this? Simple, this fully automated technology accomplishes these results and accuracy by matching crime-related information through specific brainwave called P300 using a proprietary headset.
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