The Long Arm Of The Law

Two public security officers recorded their “last words” and hope the world will know why they had disappeared or gotten killed in a perfect “accident”. One was a whistle-blower who had reported his superior for corrupt practices. Another had called his superior a scoundrel on social media.

Famous science fiction writer Ni Kuang was also a police officer in Inner Mongolia during the 1950s. He was also marked for destruction after offending a superior. Accused of a crime that could get him imprisoned for life, he escaped from China and settled down in Hong Kong where he found a new life as a writer. It seems that things have not changed much since then. It’s just that these officers may not be able to escape from China on a horse like Ni Kuang did.