BEIJING (Reuters) - China's domestic security chief said his disgraced predecessor, Zhou Yongkang, led many others astray, alluding to a widening crackdown on Zhou's friends and associates, the Beijing News reported on Wednesday.
Meng Jianzhu made the comments at a conference on politics and law, saying Zhou's pursuit of "money, power and the sex trade" had caused serious harm to the ruling Communist Party, the state-run paper reported.
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