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A Chinese military court has sentenced to three years in jail a man linked to a massive corruption scheme, according to news reports on Thursday.
The man, surnamed Chen, was found guilty of accepting about 30 tonnes of corruption money in cash from top officials, China’s Xinhua news agency said.
The court sentenced him to 30,000 yuan ($440,000), which includes two months in jail, at a local court in the northern city of Shandong, Xinhua said.
The judge said that there had been „excessive“ money laundering, with the defendants‘ activities worth about 120 billion yuan, or nearly a billion dollars, according to Xinhua.
It was not immediately clear who was behind the scheme, but experts in finance, accounting and fraud who spoke to Reuters last year said it was widespread.
The man’s fate remains to be seen.
Chen, who had been detained for alleged graft last month, told reporters outside the court, Xinhua said, that he had no comment. A statement from his lawyer in Beijing said his client was „looking forward to seeing his wife and children in court“.
Chen, who was born in the southern city of Dalian to a university professor and a factory worker, joined the armed forces in 1985, China’s state news agency Xinhua said on Thursday.
He moved to Shanghai in 2013, where he worked as a security guard before going into management of a major real estate company.
Since his arrest in May, his associates have been sentenced to 10 years in jail, but the case was thrown out late this year, after the court ruled in the case of Wang Wancheng, a senior member of China’s Politburo Standing Committee, that he was the mastermind behind the scheme.
In April 2014, a Beijing man named Hu Jia was sentenced to seven years in jail for conspiring with Chen to defraud the state. Hu served two and a half months in prison, after prosecutors dropped all charges against him.
Since then, about 150 c오피ases have also been brought in cases brought by former Politburo members against senior Chinese officials, who have often been accused of misbehaving with officials and graft-related issues, experts say.
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