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Police chief probed over sex allegations

By Shao Wei  (China Daily)

10:56, December 07, 2012

(China Daily)

A police chief in Northeast China is being investigated over online claims he gave promotions to twin sisters he was sexually involved with.

Qi Fang, director of public security for the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region's Usu city, is being probed by the Party anti-graft agency.

But information related to the allegations and investigation is unclear, with one police official saying Qi is still on the job and another saying the reports of sexual misconduct are patently false.

"The Party discipline committee has decided to investigate, but our bureau cannot give any information at this stage," a discipline official at the Usu Public Security Bureau said on Thursday. "I haven't seen the investigation team yet."

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