The following post by Jian Guangzhou (简光洲), a reporter for Shanghai’s Oriental Morning Post best known for his work in exposing the 2008 poisoned milk scandal, was deleted from Sina Weibo sometime before 11:31pm Hong Kong time yesterday, February 22, 2012. Jian Guangzhou currently has just under 50,000 followers, according to numbers from Sina Weibo. [More on deleted posts at the WeiboScope Search, by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre].
Jian Guangzhou’s post is a response to another Weibo post, which we have archived here, alleging that a top Guangdong discipline inspection official, Wang Xiaoling (王晓玲) made false claims on her resume.
Oh powerful microblogs, please help me transmit this [news] to Guangdong Party Secretary Wang Yang (汪洋): 1. According to our Constitution, I have the right to legally look into to suspected counterfeiting of officials’ resumes; If the Yuexiu branch of the Guangzhou Office of Industry and Commerce continues to indulge and stand behind illegal conduct by . . . businesspeople I will be even crazier than @FangChouzi in biting into any officials connected to the Guangzhou Office of Industry and Commerce, even if it goes up to the provincial governor, even if I’m compelled to go as crazy as Yang Jia (杨佳).
The original Chinese-language post from Jian Guangzhou follows:
围观] //@广州退休一级警督谭树发遗属:万能的微博，请帮我递话给广东省委书记汪洋：1、根据宪法，我有权合法求证官员简历涉嫌造假；2、只要广州工商越秀分局，仍纵容偏袒令先父不瞑目的不法商家，我会比@方舟子 更疯狂咬住与广州工商有关联的任何官员，哪怕是最终关联省长，直至被逼到像杨佳一样疯狂
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