What Are The Other Leads In The Zhou Yongkang Case?
Recently, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) decided
to expel former Central Politics and Law Committee head
Zhou Yongkang from the Party and arrest him.
However, the charges revealed and other suspicious clues
regarding Zhou Yongkang found in the investigation
have attracted much attention.
Do those undisclosed clues include the killing of his ex-wife,
the coup reported by the media or other crimes?
Let’s take a look.
On the morning of Dec. 6, China’s official website
issued a notice regarding the Zhou Yongkang case.
The CCP decided to expel Zhou Yongkang from the Party
and transfer his case to judicial organs.
The circular listed Zhou Yongkang as having accepting
huge bribes, abusing power to help relatives, mistresses
and friends in business activities to get huge profits,
disclosure of the party and state secrets, adultery
with several females and other crimes.
It made up that Zhou Yongkang’s other suspected clues
have also been found.
Current political commentator Lan Shu: “Under the current
Communist regime, the unmentioned crime is the largest.
One of the main reasons for Zhou Yongkang’s downfall
is he supported Bo Xilai’s coup."
Previously, foreign media reported that former Communist
Party leader Jiang Zemin, together with former Politburo
Standing Committee member Zeng Qinghong
and Zhou Yongkang attempted to replace current General
Secretary Xi Jinping with former Chongqing Party Secretary
Bo Xilai by a coup.
However, the coup plan was aborted because former
Chongqing Public Security Bureau Wang Lijun fled
to the U.S. consulate.
Some media reports said the party and state secrets disclosed
in the Zhou Yongkang case might be related to Zhou tipping
off Bo Xilai regarding the Wang Lijun incident, resulting
in Bo Xilai surrounding the US Consulate with armed police.
Hong Kong Ming Pao commented that it’s a capital offense
due to the political demoralization for Zhou Yongkang
to release the highest level secrets to Bo Xilai.
Lan Shu: “Why did Bo Xilan plan a coup?
Because he and Zhou Yongkang dominated organ harvesting
from Falun Gong practitioners, which were sold
in the international market due to Jiang Zemin’s persecution
of Falun Gong when Jiang Zemin took power.
They wanted to conceal the crime by taking
power via a coup."
Canada’s former Asia-Pacific Division, senior congressman
David Kilgour and international human rights lawyer David
Matas submitted an allegation report to the international
community in 2006 regarding live organ harvesting
from Falun Gong practitioners.
It showed that 650,000 Falun Gong practitioners were
suspected of having organs harvested,
which is an unprecedented evil on the planet.
In Sept. 2013, World Organization to Investigate
the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) headquartered
in the US, published a paper entitled Evidence Of Live Organ
Harvesting Of Falun Gong Practitioners.
The report released 20 telephone recordings, including one
of former Politburo Standing Committee Li Changchun
himself saying that Zhou Yongkang is in charge
of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners.
Investigator: “Hey, are you Li Changchun"
Li: “Ah, yes, I am."
Investigator: “I am Director Zhang in Luo Gan’s office.
He fell asleep and wanted me to tell you something."
Investigator: We were told they wanted to convict Bo Xilai
with organ harvesting from Falun Gong Practitioners
in custody during your and Jia Qinglin’s leave.”
Li: “You mean Zhou Yongkang?"
Investigator: “Ah, yes."
Li: “Zhou Yongkang was fully in charge of it,
he knew more about it. Well, let my secretary tell you."
However, the six crimes of Zhou revealed did not include
the sensitive core crime—organ harvesting.
Beijing lawyer Cheng Hai: “Zhou’s case should be heard
in public, not private.
There may be a secret trial regarding
some related state secrets. "
In addition, some media said Zhou’s other suspected crimes
may include the killing of his ex-wife before he married
his second wife, CCTV anchor Jia Xiao Ye.
Interview & Edit/LiuHui Post-Production/XiaoYu