Hong Kong Bookseller Says He Wasn't Kidnapped After All, and Wants to Give Up His British Citizenship
In the latest development in an ever-deepening saga, the 'missing' Hong Kong booksellers have appeared on Chinese television saying a variety of questionable things.
Five men linked to a publisher that specializes in books critical of China's Communist Party leaders have vanished from Hong Kong in recent months.
Peter Dahlin has been accused of fabricating and distorting information about China. His appearance comes a day after Hong Kong confirmed a second missing bookseller is now on the mainland.
Gui Minhai went missing last October, but surfaced this week on Chinese state media to tearfully confess to a fatal hit-and-run incident more than a decade ago.
Five booksellers linked to a company peddling politically sensitive material have disappeared in the last three months in the Asian Financial Hub.
Lee Bo is one of five men linked to a publishing company in Hong Kong who have disappeared in the last three months.