We know politicians have a high pay and influence, but to impersonate a government official requires quite a lot of guts.

A man by the
name of Huang in China pretended that he is a senior official of the
Chinese government. He even bought a large courtyard house, hired a
dozen guards, and put up fake pictures of himself with other Chinese
officials. After putting up such an elaborate scam, it would not be easy for Huang to get away with the money.

In considering the seriousness of the scam, we are wondering what his sentence would be (dxxxxx?). Impersonating a high level government official and performing corruption in that capacity, is probably more serious than the amount of money scammed.

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