Alleged Leaked Document on Tiananmen Car Crash

Alleged Leaked Document on Tiananmen Car Crash

A photograph of what is alleged to be a notice to Beijing hotels concerning the car crash at Tiananmen Square yesterday has circulated on Weibo. The document names two suspects from Xinjiang and includes their national ID numbers and home addresses, as well as suspect license plate numbers.

The following censored post, which includes the document, was archived and published by FreeWeibo:

王亚军北京: It was only an ordinary traffic accident. // 博格郑甫弘: Re: Is this unfortunate information true? They [the passengers of the Jeep] came from Lukeqin [in Xinjiang], where over 20 people died this past June 27th… (ordinary XX Jeep incident in the heart of the imperial capital today) // 龙婧的八卦小报: Even though incidents like this happen in Xinjiang from time to time, I always feel as if terrorism is something that is far away from us. All of a sudden, it’s so close. | Related News: “Jeep Crashes into Jinshui Bridge on Tiananmen Square, Catches Fire”

*王亚军北京V:只是一起普通交通事故。// *博格郑甫弘V:转:不幸言中?鲁克沁来的,今年六月27日,二十多人遇难。。(今天帝都心脏吉普XX事件)//*龙婧的八卦小报:尽管新疆总时不时有新闻出来,但还是觉得KB袭击离我们很远,突然,一下就这么近了。| 相关新闻:《吉普车撞天安门金水桥后起火》

Notice Regarding Immediate Launch of Investigation on Illegal Vehicle

To all Beijing hospitality and lodging facilities:

On October 28, 2013, a major incident occurred in Beijing. Suspects: Yusupu Aiheputi (male,  [ID #] registered address: […] Pishan County, Xinjiang), Yusupu Wumai’erniyazi (male, [ID#], registered address: […] Shanshan County, Xinjiang). […]

To prevent suspicious persons and vehicles from engaging in further criminal activity, all hospitality and lodging facilities are to examine their records for these suspected persons and vehicles. Any evidence of these persons or vehicles lodging or parking at your facility from October 1 to the present must be immediately reported to the Public Security Corps Administrative Detail.

Public Security Administration Corps

October 28, 2013


Contact Unit: Public Security Corps Administrative Detail

Contact Person: Zhu Yan

Contact Phone Number: 62366065

Cell Phone: 13911830654

Journalist Michael Anti tweeted the same document.

Via CDT Chinese. Translation by Little Bluegill.


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