An as yet unconfirmed post on Weibo by user @湖嗨散人 on May 27 claims that the son of a former high-ranking CPC official was assisting petitioners resisting forced demolition.
Translation by China Media Project:
Xiao Qi (晓琦), the daughter of a former commissar in the artillery school of the Chinese navy, wears a portrait of her father around her neck as she pushes her 83 year-old mother in a wheelchair as they head to the State Bureau for Letters and Calls (国家信访局) to seek redress over a case of forced demolition, accompanied by Li Weiping (李卫平), the son of Li Jian (李坚), the former head of the petition office of the Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CCP. Li Weiping said to the people at the petition office: Don’t you see how unresponsive you’ve become, that I, the son of [former] a committee member of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, even come out to join in petitioning?
The original post is still visible on Weibo (warning: mildly NSFW page) and has been forwarded over 7,000 times.