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Bo Xilai Slams Wife's Testimony: She's Nuts

It's day two of the corruption trial of Bo Xilai, and a central witness has testified against the disgraced Chinese politician: his wife, Gu Kailai, herself convicted of murder in the death of Brit Neil Heywood. In a video, Gu said her husband was fully aware of bribes a Chinese...

Forensics Expert Who Cast Doubt on Heywood Murder Resigns

A prominent Chinese forensics expert who publicly challenged the official story in the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood is no longer employed at the country's top investigative body and has resigned from an industry association.

Heywood family saying they never released that official statement

Bo Xilai's trial is coming on Thursday, and will surely be opaque, confused, and contradictory. It seems as though some of those lovely adjectives have spread beyond Bo himself; Neil Heywood's family reportedly issued their first public statement on August 12th, but are now claiming that it wasn't them at all. [ more › ]

Top China Stories from WSJ: Banks Skirt Limits, Split as Bo Trial Nears

A Chinese lawyer disputed that a compensation claim came from Neil Heywood's mother; Chinese banks are using increasingly complicated tactics to bypass limits on loans to customers.

Compensation and the Murder of Neil Heywood

The claims of Neil Heywood's family can't be separated from the trial of Bo Xilai.

British family suing China for $8.2 Million for Death of Father

WASHINGTON — Looks like the former power brokers in the Chinese government may be several millions of dollars lighter, if a lawsuit gets its way in court. Reuters reported that the family of murdered British citizen Neil Heywood is suing the Chinese, specifically Heywood’s killer Gu Kailai, for $8.2 million. Gu is the wife of [...]

Neil Heywood's family breaks silence with statement about Bo Xilai

The family of Neil Heywood, the British businessman and alleged MI6 informant murdered by Bo Xilai's wife Gu Kailai, has not spoken publicly before. Now, as Bo's trial nears, Heywood's mother Ann has released a short statement. [ more › ]

Watch: French Villa Is New Twist in Bo Xilai Case

British businessman Neil Heywood, murdered by the wife of disgraced Chinese official Bo Xilai, managed a French villa that might be connected to the former power couple.

Top China Stories from WSJ: Neil Heywood, Muddy Data, Glaxo

China’s leaders are saying Chinese consumers aren't shirking their responsibility—they're just undercounted; murdered British businessman Neil Heywood managed a Cannes mansion with a pool; Glaxo’s CEO faces the challenge of defending the company against bribery allegations in China that occurred on his watch.

Bo Xilai 'prevented' investigation of Neil Heywood death

Bo Xilai: disgraced politician, proud father of a future Columbia grad, and now accomplice to murder. Mr. Bo's trial is coming soon, and Caijing magazine has claimed that one of the many allegations against him will be that of "preventing" his former police chief from investigating the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood in 2011. [ more › ]

Challenged in China

1. Beyond censors' reach, free expression thrives, to a point By Sophie Beach On March 24, 2012, investigative journalist Yang Haipeng posted on his Sina Weibo microblog a story he had heard that alleged a link between Neil Heywood, an English businessman who had been found dead in a Chongqing...

Top China Stories from WSJ: LDK Solar, Briton’s Spy Links, Nissan

Neil Heywood knowingly provided information about the Bo family to Britain's MI6 before his death; LDK Solar Co. is facing problems; Nissan Motor cut its full-year earnings forecast on faltering sales in China.

China's Security Ministry Suspected Slain Businessman, Neil Heywood, Was a Spy

2 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

China's external intelligence agency, the Ministry of State Security, suspected a British businessman of being a spy before his murder last year at the hands of a senior politician's wife, according to people with close ties to Chinese state security.On Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Mr. Show More Summary

Neil Heywood was briefing MI6 about Bo family for 'over a year' before murder

2 years agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

In the latest development in the scandal that keeps on giving, the Wall Street Journal's Jeremy Page has uncovered evidence that Neil Heywood, the Briton murdered by Bo Xilai's wife Gu Kailai, was briefing MI6 (the British secret service) for over a year before his death. [ more › ]

Murder victim Neil Heywood 'was spying on Bo Xilai' for UK

British businessman whose death sparked ructions in Chinese Communist Party, 'passed information to MI6' One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 14:11 ON Tue 6 Nov 2012 NEIL HEYWOOD, the British businessman whose murder led to the downfall of...Show More Summary

Poisoned Brit Dished China Intel to MI6

Neil Heywood, the businessman who Bo Xilai's wife was convicted of poisoning, fancied himself a spy—complete with 007 on his license plate and a job working for a dealer of the James Bond-favored Aston Martin. In reality, he actually had spy connections, a Wall Street Journal investigation finds. It...

China Forensic Expert Defiant After Casting Doubt on Gu Kailai Story

A top Chinese forensics expert who challenged the official story behind the murder of Briton Neil Heywood in a blog post on Wednesday published another defiant blog post on Friday that has won near universal praise online.

"A serious lack of evidence exists," China's top forensic doctor rejects official account of Neil Heywood murder

2 years agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

In a blog post on Sina that has since been removed, Wang Xuemei, one of China's foremost forensic doctors with the Supreme People's Procuratorate (China's agency responsible for prosecution and investigation of crimes), dismissed the official account of Neil Heywood's death in November, 2011. [ more › ]

Heywood Case: Wang Lijun Jailed for 15 years

2 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

The police chief who triggered a murder investigation into the death of the British businessman Neil Heywood has been jailed by a Chinese court. Wang Lijun was sentenced to 15 years in jail for what the Chinese authorities called "bending...Show More Summary

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