Former China Merchants Bank President Tian Huiyu Detained

Tian Huiyu, a former CCP committee secretary and President of China Merchants Bank, was allegedly charged with accepting bribes, abusing power, and trading with secret information on October 26th.

Tian was fired in April of this year and informed on October 8th that he had been expelled from the CCP and public office position as well. After investigation, the CCP Central Commission for Discipline Inspection forwarded him to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, which concluded to detain Tian a few days ago.

During his Grand Live Broadcast on October 9th, Miles Guo highlighted that as a lackey for Wang Qishan, Tian’s expulsion from the CCP and removal from the public office had nothing to do with the infighting of the CCP, but was the inescapable ending of these money laundering agents in the evil meat grinder system of the CCP.
According to Miles, Xi would wage a murderous war against his political rivals in the military, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission, and the financial industry after he was re-elected at the 20th National Congress. It is simply because they pose a threat to his absolute power.

Tian Huiyu, who works in financial circle, is currently a prisoner of the Xi family’s party.

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