Hong Kong media sources said that Wang Zhizhong, deputy director of the Special Branch of the Ministry of Public Security, is rumored to be parachuted into Guangdong as vice governor and head of the Public Security Department. Li Chunsheng, the current vice governor of Guangdong Province and head of the Public Security Department, became deputy director of the provincial People’s Congress Standing Committee in January this year, and the Guangdong Public Security Department, which Li controls, was recently accused of accepting bribes to create unjust cases for its handling of the leak of information about Xi Jinping‘s daughter.
In disclosing the news that Wang Zhizhong will be the head of the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department, the pro-Beijing Hong Kong media Sing Tao Daily said that Wang Zhizhong was the deputy director of the Security Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security, and in 2018, the institutional reform changed the Public Security Guard Force from being listed in the sequence of the Armed Police Force to the Special Security Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security, with Wang Xiaohong, the executive vice minister of the Ministry of Public Security, as the director, and Wang Zhizhong became his deputy, responsible for the security work of party and government institutions at all levels as well as large events.
Wang Xiaohong is a hard-core confidant of CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping, and he was in charge of Xi’s security duties when he was serving in Fujian in the early years.
Recently, Xi Jinping’s daughter Xi Mingze’s personal information was leaked, leading to the heavy prison sentences of 24 young people on the “Vulgar Wiki” website, which sparked international attention. Li Chunsheng, the current head of Guangdong’s Public Security Bureau, has been accused of being one of the masterminds behind the wrongful convictions.
The information about Xi Jinping’s daughter was disclosed by overseas websites such as “Red Bank Foundation” and “Chinawiki”, which have nothing to do with “Vulgar Wiki”. But because those two websites are located outside of China, the Chinese Communist Party‘s Internet police could not catch anyone, so they arrested Niu Tengyu and other people and convicted them, which is in essence a case of injustice concocted by the Internet police in Maoming City, Guangdong Province, in order to flatter and claim credit.
Niu Tengyu, who was designated as the “main culprit” in the case, previously released a statement exposing police torture to extract confessions. In addition, the case was also revealed to have a yin and yang report, that is, the Maoming authorities reported to the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau and to the Ministry of Public Security, the contents of the two documents are roughly the same, except that the main culprit from the beginning of the “vulgar wiki” site director Gu Yang Yang to the website maintenance staff Niu Tengyu. The Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau was questioned as the mastermind behind the frame-up of Niu Tengyu.
The Parents of the 10 young people sentenced to prison, including Niu Tengyu, have twice issued joint open letters, saying that it was not the people involved in “Vulgar Wiki” who leaked Xi Jinping’s daughter’s personal information, but that they were “scapegoats”.
The founder of “Vicious Wiki” and “Chinawiki”, Xiao Yanrui, who lives in Japan, revealed on February 23 that the personal information of Xi Jinping’s daughter, Xi Mingze, was not obtained through hacking, as rumored by the public, but from the Chinese Communist authorities, including public security, traffic police and border control. The information was purchased from a number of citizen information control systems established by the Chinese Communist Party authorities, including public security, traffic police, border control, etc. The public security officers who sold Xi’s information have been dealt with internally.
We learned that Gu Yang Yang, the director of the Shanghai station of “Vulgar Wiki,” was briefly arrested and immediately sent overseas by his Family after his release. His father is an official of the Shanghai Education Bureau, and his mother is an executive of the Ali Group’s Ant Financial Services. It is rumored that Gu Yang Yang’s parents used money to get through to the Guangdong Maoming Public Security Bureau through the Shanghai Public Security Director.
A parent who disclosed information to the station said that Gu Yang Yang’s parents also bribed the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau with tens of millions of dollars.
Regarding the leak of Xi Jinping’s daughter’s information, self-publisher Li Yanming has analyzed that the CCP’s political and legal system has long been controlled by the CCP’s Jiang Zemin group. Guo Shengkun, the current secretary of the Politics and Law Committee, is the cousin and nephew of Jiang’s No. 2 figure, Zeng Qinghong. The fallen Shanghai Public Security Bureau chief Gong Daogan is a former member of Meng Jianzhu, the former secretary of the Politics and Law Committee and a key member of the Shanghai gang. The police in Maoming, Guangdong province, have repeatedly targeted Xi for stirring up trouble; Li Chunsheng, the current head of Guangdong’s Public Security Bureau, is a senior henchman of Jiang’s political and legal system. The anti-Xi overtones surrounding the Xi family’s leaked information case are already clear.
Li Yanming analyzed that the vulgar Wiki case involving Xi’s daughter Xi Mingze’s leaked information is in the spotlight of public opinion at Home and abroad, and the disciplinary committee of the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department still went to Maoming No. 1 Detention Center to exert pressure and create an atmosphere of terror, not to calm things down, but to intensify the situation and work against the wind. In the context of the Xi administration’s increasing efforts to purge the political and legal system, Li Chunsheng’s move may bring him the end of the line.
In early 2017, a real-name letter to Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan was also circulated online, reporting that Li Chunsheng, vice governor of Guangdong Province and head of the Public Security Bureau, was harboring his relatives’ illegal crimes.
Public information shows that Li Chunsheng was born on March 5, 1961, a native of Zhengzhou, Henan Province. In his early years in the Henan officialdom, he served as a member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Xinyang Municipal Committee and Secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Committee in 2003; Director of the Political Department of the Henan Provincial Public Security Department in 2004; Director of the Personnel Training Bureau of the Political Department of the Ministry of Public Security in 2006; Deputy Director of the Political Department and Director of the Personnel Training Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security in 2008; Vice Governor of Guangdong Province and Director of the Provincial Public Security Department in May 2013. on January 26, 2021, he served as Guangdong Province On January 26, 2021, he became deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Guangdong Provincial People’s Congress.
According to the Chinese Communist Party’s official practice, Li Chunsheng’s vice governor and head of the Public Security Department still need to go through the NPC removal process, and his entry into the NPC also means that his career has come to an end and he retired to the second line. Previously, many powerful officials were pulled down after entering such idle positions as NPC and CPPCC.