今年3月，大陆公安机关根据今年以来电信诈骗发案情况，经缜密侦查，发现一批藏匿在马来西亚境内的电信诈骗犯罪窝点，针对我大陆民众疯狂实施诈骗，人民 群众损失惨重。3月22日，公安部派员赴马来西亚开展警务执法合作。工作组抵达后，充分利用外交和国际警务合作渠道，迅速查明了电信诈骗犯罪团伙的藏身之 处。3月25日，中马警方联手成功捣毁了马来西亚的5个电信诈骗窝点，抓获117名犯罪嫌疑人（其中大陆65名，台湾52名），初步核对涉及北京、上海、 广东、江苏、浙江等20余个省区市 “冒充公检法”类电信诈骗案件100余起，涉案金额巨大。4月15日晚，其中20名台湾犯罪嫌疑人被遣返回台。
97 telecom fraud suspects repatriated from Malaysia
GUANGZHOU， April 30 (Xinhua) -- Malaysian police repatriated 97 telecom fraud suspects， including 32 from Taiwan， to the Chinese mainland on Saturday.
The 97 arrived in south China's Guangzhou City around 8:00 p.m.， all shackled and wearing black hoods.
In late March， Malaysian and Chinese mainland police cooperated in an investigation into five transnational telecommunications fraud cases involving victims from across the mainland， and arrested a total of 117 Chinese suspects， including 65 from the mainland， 52 from Taiwan.
Among the 52 from Taiwan， 20 were transferred to Taiwan authorities by Malaysian police on April 15.
The Chinese government requested Malaysia to transfer the rest of the suspects to the mainland as all the victims of the fraud trap are mainland residents.
The mainland has invited Taiwan police to cooperate in handling the case， according to the Ministry of Public Security (MPS).
In recent years， syndicates led by Taiwanese suspects and based in Southeast Asia， Africa and Oceania have been rampantly extorting money from people on the Chinese mainland through telephone calls by pretending to be law enforcement officers.
Kenyan police also deported 77 suspected telecom scammers in another two fraud syndicates， including 45 Taiwanese， to the Chinese mainland this month.
In one case cited by the MPS in a statement， a person surnamed Yang from Duyun City of Guizhou Province was cheated by a Taiwanese-led syndicate of 117 million yuan (18 million U.S. dollars) in December 2015.
Victims included migrant workers， teachers， students and elderly people from the mainland， and some of them committed suicide after being cheated of a large sum of money， the statement said.
Following Saturday's repatriation， An Fengshan， a mainland spokesman with the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office， "strongly required" the Taiwan authorities to strengthen crackdown on telecom scams and measure harsh penalties for the crime.
In the past few years， police from the mainland and Taiwan have arrested more than 7，700 suspects， most of them from Taiwan， in joint maneuvers.
However， in many of the cases handled by Taiwan judicial organs， Taiwanese suspects were not brought to justice and victims on the mainland were unable to retrieve their money， An said earlier at a press conference.(via Xinhua English)