Indicted Former China Supreme Court Judge Accused of Taking 39m Yuan
A former Supreme Court judge who was indicted in October for accepting an unspecified bribe has now been accused of having taken 39 million yuan ($5.7 million) in stock in a tech company for using his influence to help get the firm listed on a Shenzhen stock market.
Xi Xiaoming, former vice president of China's Supreme People's Court, used his influence to help Beijing Tensyn Digital Marketing Technology Joint Stock Company to get listed on Shenzhen's ChiNext exchange, a Nasdaq-style board for hi-tech enterprises, in 2011, according to a statement Tensyn released Wednesday. The company cited an indictment letter it received from a prosecutorate in Tangyin county, Henan province.
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