Last year, Taiwanese Li Mengju, who was arrested by the Chinese authorities for “illegal supply of state secrets”, appeared in the official media, claiming that he had done something wrong before and “slightly damaged the motherland.” Taiwan’s Real Estate Council criticized Li Mengju’s execution by the Chinese authorities. Suppress the “confession”.
China Central Television’s report “Focus Interview” on Sunday (October 11) broadcast a clip of Li Mengju’s interview. He told the camera that he had done a lot of wrong things before and “I’m sorry.”
The program also described Li Mengju as a “businessman with hidden motives.” After participating in protests against the amendment to the Regulation on Refugee Perpetrators in Hong Kong last year, he went to Shenzhen to try to use his mobile phone and VCR to take pictures of military vehicles and armed police forces gathered in Shenzhen. Shenzhen Jibei was arrested as he left the country.
The “News Link” program broadcast on CCTV the same day also pointed out that the authorities have launched special operations in the past year and successfully cracked down on hundreds of spy theft cases and arrested a group of Taiwanese spies and relatives including Li Mengju.
The TV station pointed out that after Tsai Ing-wen became the leader of the Taiwan region, the situation in relations between sections and sections was complicated and difficult. In order to promote Taiwan’s independence and undermine the reunification of the motherland, the Taiwanese Democratic Progressive Party authorities have taken continuous small steps. “Taiwan’s independence” elements have also become active under the initiative of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party. On the one hand, these people stepped up to spy on the intelligence from the mainland’s mainland, and on the other hand, they wanted to fish in troubled waters to create noise in the process of peaceful reunification of both sides of the strait. For example, after the illegal legislation in Hong Kong, some “Taiwan’s independence” elements began to move.
The state security department in China determined that the 16 short videos and 48 photos taken by Li Mengju were classified as “secret” material and threatened national security, so he was arrested.
The program “Focus Interview” pointed out that Li Mengju went to Shenzhen Bay Stadium to watch the assembly of the armed police. After being reprimanded by the police, he continued to take pictures. He said, “I want to record the voice of the armed police training.” He was arrested by China’s National Security Bureau as he rushed to the Shenzhen terminal for departure on August 20. But the official did not say why the arrest was not carried out at the scene.
The program also revealed the chat records of Li Mengju and his friend Chen Yalin on social media, which showed that the two wanted to go to Hong Kong to support related campaigns against the amendment of the Refugee Criminal Code and described Li Mengju as a businessman and a director for ” Taiwan United Nations Association “. This organization is responsible for promoting Taiwan’s accession to the United Nations and is a “Taiwanese independence organization.”
The program also quoted Chinese national security personnel as saying that Li Mengju, Chen Yalin and others “do not really care about Hong Kong’s security and Hong Kong’s freedom and democracy”, but want to gain attention and popularity in Taiwan and earn personal political capital.
The Chinese mainland authorities pointed out in September last year that Li Mengju was censored by law for allegedly engaging in “criminal activities that endanger national security.”
Li Mengju, who is engaged in the science and technology industry, was hired as a township consultant for Fangliao Township, Pingtung, Taiwan. Chen Yalin, the mayor of the parish, said Li Mengju went to Hong Kong alone on August 18 and originally planned to go to Indonesia on August 27 to attend an international conference, but lost contact on August 20.
After the CCTV broadcast of Li Mengju movies on Sunday, Chen Yalin said in an interview with Taiwanese media that the news that Li Mengju was still alive was exciting, but he considered Li’s comments on the program to be “confession”. Chen Yalin also believes that the Chinese authorities on the mainland are trying to market via CCTV in connection with Taiwan’s Double Ten.
The Taiwan Real Estate Council criticized the mainland’s stance, describing it as “malicious political speculation” and undermining cross-cutting conditions. The motive was “doubtful and contemptible.”