He is quoted by the narrator as warning other corrupt officials against attempting to destroy evidence or to flee abroad, saying that such tactics will not work and will only serve to make their crimes more severe.
Designer watches, pearls and gold bars are among the spoils of other former inspectors featured.
The TV series follows the CCDI's first TV program "Always on the road", aired in October, 2016, that offered the first behind the scenes look at China's most dramatic corruption cases.
Since Xi come to power in late 2012, dozens of senior Communist Party people have been jailed for corruption, including China's once powerful domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, who was jailed for life sentence in 2015.
But as the number of high-profile corruption cases begins to fall, the anti-graft campaign, which enjoys widespread public support, has begun to shift towards lower level officials, making almost anyone a target.
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