Wen: Now we've got the culprit punished
by kicking him out of the CCP.
Victim: You sure you've got the right man?
Wen: No question about that.
Victim: But he left his ministerial post
half a year before the accident and has been locked behind
the bars ever since.
Wen: But, this is what my fair
lady Ma, the discipline chief, told me.
Victim: She's part of your gang, and would
only tell you what you asked her to tell.
Wen: But, if I don't ask her to tell me
this, what else I should ask her to tell?
Victim: You can ask her to tell you, for
example, this is the responsibility of the current minister,
and more so, the responsibility of the boss of the current
and the former ministers. That boss must be made to pay for
his staff member's mistake, just like how you've made Bo
Xilai to pay for whatever Wang
Lijun allegedly has done.
Wen: That's right. Justice must be served.
Tell me then, who's that boss? I'll bring a manslaughter
charge against him, and against his wife too ... no, make
murder charge. Tell me his name, don't be afraid.
Victim: It's you, Mr Wen
Wen is an all round stage actor who can play whatever
the role that he needs to play.
- What he should do (like to perform as a premier), he can't
do; what he shouldn't do (like to perform as a stage actor),
he has done brilliantly.
Handy Info: This is a luxury apartment
building in Weierxia Avenue, Taiping Bridge, Fengtai district,
Beijing, partially owned by the Central Commission for
Discipline Inspection. Many units are unoccupied as a sizable
number of the families are living overseas.