The other, more alarming, Peng Shuai-like disappearance story
What is more troubling than Peng's disappearance is the 2018 disappearance of Meng Hongwei, the head of Interpol. It is not that his disappearance is "worse" than Peng's, but the fact that there was no official or unofficial response to his vanishing.
This man was the
elected head of Interpol,
the International Criminal Police Organization, with 195-member countries!
China claimed he had been taking bribes and was subsequently convicted and
given a 13-year prison sentence. Interpol simply accepted the "effective
immediately" resignation letter Meng submitted through China and did nothing
except "strongly encourage" China to provide more information.