The former Communist Party chief of a Chinese village once notorious for its drug production has been executed, Chinese state media report. Chinese media have described him as the "godfather of the village" who protected all its drug makers. About 20% of the village's households had been involved in drug production and trafficking, officials say. Boshe, in the southern province of Guangdong, used to supply over one-third of the country's crystal meth. Cai Dongjia was the area's most senior official.