Fugitive businessman Guo Wengui paid an anti-corruption official nearly 6 million yuan ($880,000) in bribes for favors that included helping gain control of a private company from which Guo made about 400 million yuan, according to a newly disclosed court document. The midranking official was Meng Huiqing, who was at the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), the powerful anti-graft watchdog under the ruling Communist Party. Meng was sentenced to 12 years in prison after being convicted of bribery last year. His sentence was only recently made public when the Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People’s Court released the verdict on its website, bjcourt.gov.cn. According to Caixin, the documents provide an extensive picture of the relationship between Guo and Meng, describing how the two men colluded to profit from deals they helped broker between corrupt officials and businessmen in difficulty. Guo, also known as Miles Kwok, fled China in 2014, and is believed to be living in the United States.