An organized crime group in Shaanxi employing state-of-the-art solutions to helpto assist students cheat at exams were just recently removed by police.
According to NetEase, the bust took location on January 13 in Xians Weiyang county. Police uncovered a huge stash of electronic equipment used to feed answers to students sitting tests.
Among the haul were wallets geared up with radio transmitters, glasses with the ability of playing audio recordings and a device which can get and show paragraphs of text.
Cops found the gang after noticing a suspicious carparking lot by the side of the road with a large antenna. After moving in to ask concerns of the two occupants, police found 3 radio transmitters, 2 walkie talkies, 7 cellphones and a number of bank cards in their belongings.
A raid on the suspects residence discovered over 180 pieces of electronic equipment which was being used to assist students in unfaithful at tests.
33-year-old Meng Mou, among the wrongdoers detained, was already desired by authorities in Henan for participating in similar activities.
After graduating from university in 2013, Meng was unable to find a job and so began his operations in Henan, Shanxi and Gansu provinces. Police approximate that Meng has assisted over 5000 students cheat in their exams.
In June of 2014, a similarly as outstanding haul of electronic equipment used to subvert the course of academic rigor was discovered by police in Sichuan.
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By Kitty Lai