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The Mystery of the Black Ferrari

For some reason best know unto themselves (or until CDT publishes a new version of it’s Ministry of Truth Directives) all references to a car crash that killed it’s driver and injured two female passengers are being scrubbed from Chinese language Internet sites.

Netease, Sohu, and Tencent have removed references to “black Ferrari” from their databases and the usual “in accordance with local laws” message is being displayed instead of search results.  According to the Global Times, the police “received the call around 4:24 Sunday morning. One injured woman, 31 years old, sustained a head injury and a fractured right leg, and she was sent to the [nearby] 306th Hospital of PLA for treatment.”  And that’s about all we know.  The PSB is refusing to comment on the case or on any progress that might be being made in the investigation, and thus online speculation is even more rampant, with many jumping to the right conclusion that the identity of the car’s owner is the reason for the information clean-up.

The latest rumor is that  Jia Qing Lin‘s illigitimate son may have been in control of the car at the time of the crash.

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