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Chinese cop cleared of graft suspicion after speedy probe


10:08, December 13, 2012

GUANGZHOU, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- The discipline watchdog has cleared a cop in south China of graft suspicion after muckcrackers accused him of gross corruption that had recently brought down a number of low- and mid- level Chinese officials across the country.

The commission for discipline inspection of Communist Party of China (CPC)'s Shunde district committee in Foshan City, Guangdong Province, on Wednesday night said it did not find disciplinary problems after probing Zhou Xikai, deputy chief of Shunde's public security bureau, for online allegations.

Zhou was pushed to the spotlight after a post surfaced on the Internet accusing him of concealing property assets totalling 60 million yuan (960,000 U.S. dollars) -- way beyond his income levels -- and dodging the family planning policy which limits the majority of urban couples to only one child.

The discipline watchdog said it investigated Zhou's assets and found no violations in the source of his property wealth.

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