The following post from veteran investigative reporter and CMP fellow Yang Haipeng (杨海鹏) was deleted from Sina Weibo sometime after 2pm Hong Kong time, Febuary 7, 2012. Yang currently has more than 161,000 followers on Weibo, according to Sina’s numbers. [More on deleted posts at the WeiboScope Search, by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre].
Caijing magazine editor Ding Buzhi (丁补之) revealed today: [250 million in cash] In a villa located in Beijing’s Huilongguan (回龙观) area, investigators opened up a door and discovered that about half of the room, measuring about 40 square meters, was concealed with a sheet. As soon as they pulled it back, they found the whole thing was cash stacked up like a mountain. One source says the owner of the house is a certain district substation head of the Beijing Public Security Bureau who has already fallen for corruption, and who previously served in substations of the Beijing Public Security Bureau in many districts.
Yang’s original post follows:
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