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Two Chinese nationals indicted in Southern California kidnapping and extortion plot

Two Chinese nationals have been indicted on federal kidnapping and extortion charges in the disappearance of a Costa Mesa, Calif., luxury car dealer_another Chinese national who is believed to have died during his abduction and whose body has never been found.

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