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Two CCTV Anchors Involved in Zhou Yongkang's Case Arrested
Zhou Yongkang's power circle is weakened following the arrest
of Li Dongsheng, the 610 Office Director and Vice Minister of
Recently, two CCTV anchors said to be Zhou's mistresses
were arrested by the Central Commission for Discipline
The Communist regime mouthpiece CCTV incumbent, female
anchor Ye Yingchun and former anchor Shen Bing are
reportedly under investigation by the CCDI.
Sources revealed that both Ye Yingchun and Shen Bing
are mistresses of Zhou Yongkang.
Wu Anning, publisher: "It is highly plausible with this confusing
morality in China today.
They won't tell you the truth other than tight censorship control."
Yang Weidong, artist and independent film maker: "It is quite
common in China now.
Someone seemingly good turns out to have mistresses
once problems are exposed."
Ye Yingchun is a Jiangxi native, graduated from Beijing
Broadcasting Institute, now renamed as Communication
University of China.
Prior to her anchor at the CCTV Chinese news,
she was the anchor at Jiangxi TV.
Shen Bing is a 37 year-old Jiangsu native.
She was once a financial reporter with a Singapore newspaper.
In 2001, she became a CCTV moderator, presiding over programs
such as Dialogue, 30 min Economy, and so forth.
In February 2009, Shen Bing worked for the Central Political and
Law Commission Information Center office.
It was reported that Shen Bin's Deputy Director position at the
Information Center was specifically designed for her by
Zhou Yongkang's promiscuous life style was known as early as
his post at the petroleum industry.
There were numerous complaints and rumors of Zhou Yongkang's
sex scandals, as well as reports of rape.
While he was Party Secretary of Sichuan, Zhou Yongkang
was reportedly involved in many crimes of rapes of hotel waitress
and employees within the government.
In December 2002, former CCP leader Jiang Zemin promoted
Zhou Yongkang to Minister of Public Security.
In October 2007, Jiang once again promoted Zhou Yongkang
to replace retiring Luo Gan as Secretary of the Central Political
and Law Commission, and to the Politburo Standing Committee.
There are media reports:
that Zhou Yongkang had long been involved in sex scandals
introduced by former Chongqing Party Secretary Bo Xilai
and former Chongqing Municipal Public Security Bureau
Chief Wang Lijun.
There were singers, actresses, and college students.
In Beijing alone, Zhou owned six “palaces”.
Yang Weidong: "I don't think it is an issue of human nature.
Why does this happen to all the Communists?
This is an issue of the system, which structured these Communists.
This system provides the soils that allow them to rape,
allow them to exploit their power."
Zhou Yongkang also shared a mistress with Bo Xilai.
Singer, Tang Can, is also known as a public mistress.
She was one of the central figures in Zhou and Bo's coup plan.
Tang Can easily obtained central intelligence, especially
instant activities of senior military officers.
Seductress Tang Can, provided a great deal of crucial
intelligence which was exploited by Zhou Yongkang and
Bo Xilai to raise their status with the military
Hong Kong media reported that Li Dongsheng was also a
Zhou Yongkang pimp.
Zhou Yongkang's current wife, then CCTV reporter Jia Xiaoye,
was introduced by Li Dongsheng, then CCTV Deputy Director,
as a "sexual bribe."
Li Dongsheng reportedly bribed the Central high officials
with CCTV's female reporters or anchors.
Many of these female employees seemilgly favor such
treatment and thus most matchmakings are successful.
CCTV has almost become a “harem” for regime officials.
While seven Provincial and Ministerial level officials of Zhou
such as Jiang Jiemin and Li Dongsheng are still being
observers point out that this prolonged
investigation suggests the greater stakeholders of the 'tiger' have
not yet appeared.
Interview/ChangChun Edit/ChenJie Post-Production/SunNing