On the morning of December 8, Li Chunsheng, the former director of the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Bureau, was investigated.
According to NTDTV, the official website of CCP’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection reported that Li Chunsheng voluntarily surrendered and is being investigated for alleged “serious violations of discipline and law.”
A source for NTDTV said, specifically, Li was investigated for his involvement in leaking the personal data of Xi Mingze, daughter of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s general secretary Xi Jinping.
Information about Xi’s daughter was leaked in 2019. The leaked information about Xi Mingze includes a face photo, name, address, date of birth, identification card, and mobile phone number.
In April 2021, Chinese authorities indicted 24 people who operated a website that posted leaked information about Xi’s daughter.
Xiao Yanrui, the founder of “Vulgar Wiki” and “China Wiki” temporarily living in Japan, revealed that these 24 were not the culprits.
Xiao said that Xi Mingze’s personal data was purchased with money from multiple citizen information control systems, including the CCP’s public security, traffic police, and border inspection. And Li Chunsheng stood behind this incident.
Media personality Li Yanming analyzed that the CCP’s Jiang Zemin faction has long controlled the CCP’s political and legal system.
Li Yanming once said that Li Chunsheng was a high-ranking member of the political and legal system in Jiang Zemin’s faction and that Li’s anti-Xi tendencies were evident around the information leak about Xi Jinping’s daughter.