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He Chunde, Li Qingyu and Wang Yuhua Theft and Bood
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1989.08.09
  HE CHUNDE, LI QINGYU AND WANG YUHUA THEFT AND BOODLES CONCEALING CASE  
                                       
Defendant: He Chunde, Male, 36 years of age. Born in Changan County, Shaanxi
Province. Present address: 25 No.3 residence district, Peace Road, Yumen City,
Gangsu Province, Unemployed;                         
                                       
Sentenced twice to fixed term of imprisonment respectively of 2 years and 4
years in 1981 and 1985 and released after the expiration of imprisonment;
Arrested on June 19, 1989.                          
                                       
Defendant: Li Qingye, Male, 21 years of age. Formerly, worker of Yumen Light
Industry Machinery Factory; Arrested on June 20, 1989.            
                                       
Defendant: Wang Yuhua, Female, 24 years of age. Formerly, worker of Yumen
Light Industry Machinery Factory; Arrested on June 17, 1989.         
                                       
Jiuquan Branch Procuratorate, People's Procuratorate of Gangsu Province
initiated the public prosecution at the Jiuquan Prefecture Intermidiate
People's Court on the grounds that the defendants He Chunde and Li Qingyu
have committed the crime of theft and the defendant Wang Yuhua has committed
the crime of harbouring the stolen goods and contrabands. The court formed a
collegial panel according to the law and ascertains, by conducting public
hearings, the following:                           
                                       
Around the New Year's Day of 1989, the defendants He Chuude and Li Qingye
conspired and decided to forcibly seize the Mu Gao Ku Cave frescoes in
Dunhuang. On the morning of January 6 the same year, He Chunde and Li Qingyu
arrived in Dunhuang City from Yumen city by public bus carrying such weapons
of offence as hand drills, screws and multi-function electrician knives with
them. At about 22 O'clock the same night, the two defendants rode two by
cicles obtained by theft to 465 cave, North District Mu Gao Ku Caves. They
got into the cave by means of prying locks and digging holes and stole by
cutting one piece from each of the frescoes --- Picture of The Ming God and
His Worshiping Budda, Picture of the Ming God and Picture of the God of
Heaven. The stolen pieces measure respectively 44cm x 48cm, 52cm x 38cm,
71.5cm x 90cm. Early on the following morning, the two defendants left the
bicycles behind and returned to Yumen City by public bus.          
                                       
The Defendants He Chunde and Li Qingyu were unsatisfied with the frescoes
embezzled, therefore they came to Dunhuang city the second time with weapons
of offence on Jan. 12, 1989. They again stole two bicycles and rode to Mu Gao
Ku Caves. They got into the inner chamber of 465 cave through the original
hole and stole by cutting 5 pieces of frescoes from the Picture of the Ming
God and His Worshiping Budda and the Picture of the Ming God respectively
measured 44 x 48cm, 22 x 27cm, 18 x 18cm, 15 x 18cm and 42 x 46cm. Among
them, the piece measure 42 * 46cm fell down and broke into pieces when cut
from the wall. Afterwards, the two defendants hid the embezzled frescoes
outside the cave and came to the commercial networks near the caves. They
successively  pried  open  three  souvenir and painting shops operated
respectively by Lu Xiulan, Zhang Chunying and Zhao Defeng and the paintings
storage house of Dunhuang Research Institute and stole the sky flying
Paintings Books, various coloured paintings, oil paintings, embroideries
rubblings, round fans, shirts, various silk scarves etc. The articles valued
11, 897.46 RMB. The defendants hid one piece of the frescoes in the sand and
carried the other frescoes and articles back to Yumen City.         
                                       
In February 1989, the defendants He Chunde and Li Qingyu buried the embezzled
frescoes and other boodles in the Gobi desert on the outskirts of Yument
City. During the period, Li Qingyu informed defend Wang Yuhua (Li's fiancee)
of the embezzling of frescoes and other articles. Early in March, Li Qingyu
and Wang Yuhua moved the buried boodles to bury in another site.       
                                       
According to the appraisal of the State Cultural Relics Appraisal Committee,
the fresco

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