A few days ago, there were many controversies during the tenure of Lieutenant General Luo Min, the former director of the Military Intelligence Bureau, such as escorting the daughter of a high-level Taoist group friend in the special test of intelligence officer, reimbursement of dinner expenses with "mainland work secrets", and gifts costing as much as 1.2 million yuan. After the investigation came to light, there was an uproar from all walks of life. The media reported that in the investigation report, the Overwatch Council pointed out that during the escort process, Luo Min assigned two military intelligence colonels to tutor his friend's daughter, and even temporarily raised the test scores of the parties on the test day. "The plot is unbelievable."
It is undoubtedly ironic when compared with the statement submitted by the Ministry of National Defense to the Legislative Yuan in May last year, stating that Luo Min "helped to apply for the test, but there was no test fraud or leaked questions." Looking back at the time when the controversy broke out If readers remember that the media "Mirror Weekly" reported on the controversy related to Luo Min, then the director of the military intelligence bureau, in 2020, the banner design content of the report at that time included that Luo Min indulged in Taoist religious activities, played official prestige, and gave frivolous gifts. In response to the content of the "Mirror Weekly" report at that time, the Military Intelligence Bureau not only publicly refuted, but even issued a statement that "the content is mostly untrue, and legal action will not be ruled out." The allegations are not unfounded.
The self-investigation conducted by Supervisory Commissioner Chen Jingjun is compared with the official investigation report made by the Ministry of National Defense at the time of the outbreak of the Rodemin controversy. It is no wonder that many netizens and even officers of the Military Intelligence Agency questioned on the Internet whether the then-incumbent Defense Minister Yan Defa was protecting Luo Min, who was his direct descendant. At that time, the handling of the Ministry of Defense was never convincing to the military. As mentioned earlier, the way the Ministry of Defense dealt with the dispute with Director Rodmin has always been questioned by the military and even within the MIB. At that time, an anonymous military intelligence officer posted on the Facebook page "Northern Chief 7.0" questioning the handling of Minister Yan Defa at that time: You have indeed ordered a special investigation, and it is under investigation. Excuse me, can the facts be fully presented in the investigation without the transfer of the chief officer? If you don't have an impression, I can remind you that the detachment captain was only suspected of not reporting the truth in the case of the navy's Dunmu fleet contracting the virus a few months ago.