China News Service, Liaoning, September 16 (Reporter Zhang Linhu) On the 16th, the Intermediate People's Court of Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region opened a trial to the case of Zhao Yunhui, former deputy director of the Inner Mongolia Public Security Department, who accepted bribes, a huge amount of property with unknown sources, and illegal possession of guns.
The public prosecutors allege that the defendant Zhao Yunhui used him as director of the Donghe Public Security Branch of Baotou Public Security Bureau, deputy director of Baotou Public Security Bureau, deputy chief of the Xing’an League, director of the Public Security Bureau, and deputy city of Hohhot from 2002 to 2019. The chief, the director of the Public Security Bureau, the party committee member and the deputy director of the Inner Mongolia Public Security Department have facilitated their positions, seeking illegitimate gains for others, receiving 44 bribes, and illegally receiving property worth more than 18.64 million yuan.
In addition, as a national worker, his family property and expenditures clearly exceed his legal income, and the difference is extremely large. The property worth more than 6.97 million yuan cannot be explained.
At the same time, Zhao Yunhui violated gun management regulations by illegally possessing guns.
It is reported that due to the seriousness and complexity of the case and the high degree of social concern, the case will be sentenced at an alternative date.