Fujian anti-corruption hero Huang Jingao will soon be formally charged with embezzlement, according to provincial party secretary Lu Zhangong . 'We have already finished the probe. We will release details to the public when the case enters formal judicial procedures,' said Mr Lu on the sidelines of the NPC yesterday. Mr Huang is the local Communist Party chief of Lianjiang county, who came into the limelight after his letter published in the online edition of the People's Daily last August claimed he had received death threats after battling corruption. In December, party authorities detained the former farmer, with government-leaked reports saying he received bribes and maintained mistresses. Supporters say the charges against him are trumped up and were made against him as an act of revenge. But Mr Lu said the evidence of his crimes was 'pretty obvious' and blamed the media for only covering Mr Huang's side of the story. 'The reports have been one-sided,' he said. 'We wish the media was more objective and balanced.'