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On Thursday 28 February 2008, a group of six people living in an apartment block in Chamblee, Atlanta, Georgia recognised Mr Xue from a photograph in the Chinese-language press. They attempted to inform the police but had difficulty in making themselves understood. In frustration, they captured him themselves.They removed his pants and tied them around his legs. They used his belt to tie his hands behind his back until police arrived to arrest him.
Xue initially attempted to provide a false name but he was identified from his New Zealand driver's licence. He had been on the run for 24 weeks.His overstay in the United States without an appropriate visa meant that he was liable for deportation rather than extradition.
Xue was deported to New Zealand on March 9, 2008 to face murder charges over the death of his wife.His trial is scheduled to begin 2 June 2009. His eligibility for legal aid is unclear, and his lawyer has threatened to quit the case.
Custody of the child was sought by her maternal grandmother, Liu Xiao Ping, from China. The child also has a half sister, Grace Xue, who claims also to have been abandoned by their father at the age of 19, weeks after she arrived in a foreign country. The half sister, now 27, expressed an interest in caring for the child although they had never met.
Qian Xun returned to Auckland on 24 September 2007 where she was soon reunited with her grandmother.On October 4, 2007, the Family Court in New Zealand granted custody of Qian Xun to her grandmother, and visitation rights to her half sister, Grace Xue.Shortly after, Qian Xun returned to China with her grandmother on 6 October 2007.
A trust fund for public donations, set up by Grace Xue, raised $NZ40,000 but the money was rejected by Qian Xun's grandmother. The money is now likely to be held in trust for Qian's future use.Izvor