In Chongqing, Sichuan of China (at that time Chongqing was still a city under Sichuan province) there was a case in which a woman kidnapped 17 children to trade. She changed her identity to escape police pursuit. Hiding for 12 years, but in the end, the evil trafficker still cannot avoid the tragic end.
The incident occurred in August 1992, Vinh Xuong district police in Chongqing province solved a large case related to a kidnapping and trafficking ring and caught 44 perpetrators. Accordingly, the victims have a total of 85 people, including 5 women and 80 children.
The circumstances of the case turned out to be extremely serious. Specifically, in the process of trading, more than 10 children died because of suffering in difficult conditions. Moreover, the scope of the crime is widespread in many different areas. Therefore, the perpetrators of the crime were sentenced to death.
However, the case is still not completely over because one of the offenders, Peng Hongju, has escaped from the police’s arrest. The police searched for the fugitive on a large scale because they thought she had quickly left Chongqing.
Peng Hong Cuc was originally from Chongqing. After getting married, she gave birth to 3 children, because the burden of life was too great, so she and her husband decided to associate with a group of human trafficking in the village to conduct kidnapping transactions to make a profit.
Peng Hongju’s human trafficking organization has an unwritten rule. That is, it is only possible to kidnap and trade children in other areas, not to commit acts with people in the village. But her husband got greedy, took action with the children in his village and he also revealed his actions to create an opportunity for the local police to catch the whole human trafficking ring.
Before that, Peng Hong Cuc originally did not know that the organization in the village was being raided, so after completing the transaction, she returned to the village in an excited mood because she was holding a large amount of money in her hand.
Not yet happy, Peng Hong Cuc heard that his accomplices were arrested, so he immediately returned to Ha Nam. At this point, feeling still not safe enough, she went north to Baotou city (Inner Mongolia) to hide. Because she had committed crimes in Inner Mongolia, she was very familiar with this place.
After arriving in Baotou, Peng Hongju worked as a hired worker for a brick kiln without requiring citizenship. However, the owner of the brick kiln here is a wicked man who often owes wages to workers. Peng Hong Cuc can’t stand a life of extreme hardship, working hard but not eating enough, money is not enough to spend. So she decided to run away again.
Fortunately, on the way to escape, Peng Hongju met a compatriot from Sichuan. After all, being from the same hometown, she was not alert. The other compatriot said that he had a factory in Shanxi that was short of workers, so he introduced Peng Hong Cuc as a worker. So she went with her compatriots to Son Tay to earn a living. At this point, Peng Hong Cuc still does not know that she will face the most tragic end of her life.
Arriving in Ha Khuc district of Han Chau city (Son Tay province), the compatriot took Peng Hong Cuc to a poor mountain area and introduced her to the factory owner named Trieu Vinh Tu.
At first, Peng Hong Cuc also had doubts about the man Trieu Vinhxiu, but because she had no money in her body, she had to accept to follow in the footsteps of old Zhao. After being imprisoned by Trieu Vinh Tu, Peng Hong Cuc realized that the other countryman had sold her to old Trieu to be his wife.
Peng Hong Cuc really couldn’t have imagined that he was a human trafficker for many years, now becoming a victim of a human trafficking at the hands of someone else.
At first, Peng Hong Cuc always tried to run away many times, but in the end, he was caught by the villagers and brutally beaten by Trieu Vinh Tu. Later, because she suffered so much pain, she had to accept her fate.
Although she no longer intended to run away, Peng Hong Cuc was still mistreated by Trieu Vinh Tu. He beat Peng Hongjuu all the time, often refusing to let her eat.
Under that physical and mental abuse, Peng Hongju suffered from a blood clot in the brain, which later led to mild hemiplegia. When Trieu Vinh Tu saw that she could no longer work, he tortured her even more.
In 2004, when Zhao Rongxiu was not paying attention, Peng Hongju wrote a letter secretly sent to his hometown in Sichuan. But what she didn’t expect was that her family had long since ceased to care about her existence. This is understandable because her previous criminal behavior has made people disgusted and her immediate family is no exception.
After receiving Peng Hongju’s letter, her family immediately sent it to the Public Security Bureau and the police caught her easily.
Peng Hong Cuc’s “glorious” life of human trafficking has now received a very worthy price to pay. She was sentenced to death by a Chinese court.
People satirized at the end of Peng Hong Cuc: A life trafficker, but ended up becoming a victim under the actions of others. Crime must finally submit to justice and cause and effect.