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 in Bo Xilai aide case 'due on Monday'
Chinese ex-police chief Wang Lijun will likely be found guilty after his trial which concluded earlier this week.
Whistle-blower in Chinese murder case may face trial
Underlings of former Chongqing Police Chief Wang Lijun go on trial for allegedly helping Gu Kailai, wife of ousted party official Bo Xilai, cover up the killing of British businessman Neil Heywood. BEIJING — The flamboyant police official who blew the whistle onChina's most sensational murder case by fleeing to a U.S. Consulate appears headed for prosecution himself.
New Account of Bo Xilai Meeting With Wang Lijun
Questions remain about what happened when one powerful Chinese official told another that his wife was a suspect in the death of a British citizen.