Chinese broadcaster CCTV presented this image of Zhou Yongkang, standing before a Tianjin court, as he was given a life sentence for corruption on Thursday, June 11, 2015. Zhou was once one of the Chinese Communist Party's most powerful leaders, running the nation's oil industry and domestic security apparatus. He was convicted of leaking state secrets and taking bribes, according to Xinhua, China's main government-controlled news service.
Chinese broadcaster CCTV presented this image of Zhou Yongkang, standing before a Tianjin court, as he was given a life sentence for corruption on Thursday, June 11, 2015. Zhou was once one of the Chinese Communist Party's most powerful leaders, running the nation's oil industry and domestic security apparatus. He was convicted of leaking state secrets and taking bribes, according to Xinhua, China's main government-controlled news service. Screen grab
Chinese broadcaster CCTV presented this image of Zhou Yongkang, standing before a Tianjin court, as he was given a life sentence for corruption on Thursday, June 11, 2015. Zhou was once one of the Chinese Communist Party's most powerful leaders, running the nation's oil industry and domestic security apparatus. He was convicted of leaking state secrets and taking bribes, according to Xinhua, China's main government-controlled news service. Screen grab

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