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Rumors Wen Jiabao Helped Chen Guangcheng Escape

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: After Chen Guangcheng's escape, aside from feeling glad for his escape, many people have been analyzing how he managed to escape from layers and layers of monitoring. According to a Washington Post report, Chen was escorted by US Ambassador Gary Locke to Beijing Chaoyang hospital to be reunited with his family and receive treatment. Chen was in a wheelchair because he had hurt his foot while escaping. High-level sources told The Epoch Times that Chen was able to escape due to help from Wen Jiabao. Commentators believe this is very likely, and shows Wen Jiabao's determination to bring Zhou Yongkang to justice before the 18th National Congress. On 2nd May, the Epoch Times published an article quoting a statement from a Beijing high level source, "Chen Guangcheng's escape was not due to luck alone, it involves Wen Jiabao's men successfully convincing some of the police guards to defect." This source also expressed, Wen Jiabao always had conflicts with Zhou Yongkang regarding the treatment of Chen Guangcheng, what happened so far is predictable. Social commentator Lang Shu expressed, the Wang Lijun and Chen Guangcheng incident exposes CCP's scandals to the world. The problem is, Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao are about to step down, so who should take responsibility for these incidents? If Hu and Wen want to avoid being blamed for bloody debts of others, Wen Jiabao might do something like this. Lang Shu,"Zhou <b>...</b>
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