Asia: Report Links Former Chinese Police Chief to Murder
A Chinese news organization reported that Wang Lijun, a former police chief in Chongqing, played a direct role in organizing the murder of Neil Heywood, a British businessman.
China jails ex-police chief, closes in on disgraced Bo
BEIJING - A Chinese court jailed ex-police chief Wang Lijun for 15 years on Monday after finding him guilty on four charges, including seeking to conceal the murder of a British businessman, in a scandal that felled the ambitious politician, Bo Xilai.
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Verdict Expected for Chinese Official Linked to Scandal
The Chinese authorities are expected to announce on Monday the verdict in the trial of Wang Lijun, a former police chief who exposed the murder of a British businessman by a senior politician’s wife.
Trial Implicates Bo Xilai in Heywood Cover-up
In an official account Wang Lijun, a former police chief, essentially accused the disgraced politician Bo Xilai of trying to cover up the murder of a British businessman by his wife.
China Ex-Police Chief May Face Trial
Wang Lijun, who told American diplomats of his suspicions that Gu Kailai murdered a British business associate, is now accused of being as much a criminal as those he persecuted.