Where is the sacred hiding so deep! Who is Cao Yong who helped Zhou Yongkang leak the secrets?
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Editor's note: Zhou Yongkang was sentenced to life imprisonment in the first instance, involving chargesBribery,Crime of abuse of powerAndCrime of deliberately divulging state secrets. Among them, in the prosecution, there is this statement:
Through the presentation and reading of leaked documents and other physical evidence, Cao Yongzheng’s testimony, search transcripts, etc., Zhou Yongkang was confirmed to have violated the provisions of the State Secrets Law, and 5 top-secret documents and 1 confidential document were handed over to those who did not know the contents of the above documents in his office. Cao Yongzheng.Zhou Yongkang said in court that the allegations of the aforementioned crimes were true and had no objections. So, who is Cao Yongzheng?
Please see the report published by Southern Weekend on September 2013, 9-""Guo Shi" Cao Yongzheng".
Author: Southern Weekend reporter Zhang Yu Chun Liu Yunshan
On July 2013, 7, at No. 1 Qianmachang Hutong, north of Houhai, Beijing, the headquarters of Beijing Times Investment Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Beijing Times").
An oversized Jinbei car drove quickly into a secret yard, the door opened, and more than a dozen policemen in plain clothes got out and rushed into the office of Beijing Times Investment Co., Ltd. in Building 1. A police officer with a Sichuan accent told more than 2 employees present that he would gather in this place and hand in their mobile phones. These employees were then concentrated in the multifunctional hall on the first floor of Building XNUMX.
After spending 8 hours in the multifunctional hall, most of the employees were allowed to go home at night, except for Cai Hongwu, assistant to the chairman of the Beijing Times. On the same day, the police seized Building 1 and Building 2 owned by Beijing Times Company, took away Cai Hongwu and all vehicles (including a Rolls Royce worth 1300 million and two BMWs), and frozen the Beijing Times Company Bank account.
The Beijing Times under investigation by the police was established in March 2003. The legal representative of this mysterious enterprise is Zhu Zhenhua, but the actual controller is Zhu Zhenhua's uncle Cao Yongzheng.
Cao Yongzheng, the founder of Beijing Times Investment, is 54 years old. He was one of the “Three Immortals in Xinjiang” in his early years. It is said that he can perceive the past and future of a person through a photo of a person. He even made celebrities and high-ranking officials because of his successful prediction of the outcome of China’s 1993 Olympic bid. Admired, people in the circle respect him as a "national teacher".
The Southern Weekend reporter learned from multiple channels that the Beijing Times under Cao Yongzheng was investigated by relevant authorities for being involved in a corruption case. It is said that Cao Yongzheng, a master who can predict the future, seems to have really foreseeed something and has already left the country.
The Southern Weekend reporter learned from insiders in Beijing Times that the company's investigation was related to many land projects in Chengdu, especially land issues in the high-tech zone.
In the past nine months, the anti-corruption storm surrounding Sichuan and PetroChina has continued to ferment. Many wealthy individuals and officials have been involved in investigations because of land or energy project issues. The Chengdu High-tech Zone is deeply involved, and many land past events have been revealed.
This area is the core of the Tianfu New District, which is the key development of Sichuan Province, and real estate projects have sprung up like bamboo shoots after a rain. Now, many rich people including Deng Hong, chairman of Chengdu Metropolitan Exhibition Tourism Group, Wang Junlin, chairman of Sichuan Langjiu Group, He Yan, chairman of Chengdu Guoteng Industrial Group Co., Ltd., and directors of Chengdu High-tech Investment Group Co., Ltd., a high-tech zone company Chang Pingxing, deputy general manager Xu Liang and many others were investigated by relevant departments.
However, the relevant persons in charge of the Sichuan Provincial Public Security Department and the Sichuan Provincial Commission for Discipline Inspection all denied that they were aware of the investigation and "maybe the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is intervening."
According to an insider in Beijing Times, Cao Yongzheng last appeared in the company in November 2012. In a telephone interview with Southern Weekend reporters, Cao Yongzheng’s wife, Wang Wenqin, insisted, “I am currently recovering from the hospital and the company has not been investigated.”
Article reprinted from Southern Weekend
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