“Wang Lijun, Episode One”

Another detailed description of what happened with Wang Lijun, this time pieced together by Siweiluozi based on tweets sent by a Chinese netizen:

1. At 5pm on 6 February, Wang returned home to his residence. The men keeping him under surveillance reported: “All normal!” Then three of the six surveillance teams were dismissed, leaving three teams posted at the front and rear of the house, with one team on call. Each surveillance team consisted of three members. After spending half an hour observing the scene from his window, Wang decided that their Butguard had slackened. He then immediately made himself up as an old woman, started up a car that he had earlier fitted with normal license plates, and leisurely drove out [of the residence compound]. He then switched to license plates belonging to the Chongqing Public Security Bureau and sped off.

The next ten steps lay out what may have happened- the third one is absolutely crazy.


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