Jailed former Chongqing police chief and Bo Xilai right hand man Wang Lijun is living a comfortable life in his prison on the outskirts of Beijing, according to a source close to the Wang family. [ more › ]
When 20 million yuan was found buried beneath the pond of former Chongqing police chief Wen Qiang it was held up by Wen's successor, megalomaniacal fashionista and bazooka enthusiast Wang Lijun, as a perfect example of the corruption that was rife in the city before Bo Xilai cleaned house. [ more › ]
Wang Lijun, Chongqing Vice-Mayor and Public Security Bureau chief under Bo Xilai, instigated this year's most fascinating story, and destroyed his patron's career when he apparently attempted to 'defect' to the US in February this year. Show More Summary
As China begins to publically dismantle the legacy of Bo Xilai and Wang Lijun's tenure in Chongqing, the media has slowly begun to dismantle the reputations of the fallen leaders as well. [ more › ]
You don’t know Wang Lijun (???). You may have last seen him being charged with various serious crimes committed when he was police chief and Bo Xilai strong man in Chongqing, for which he was ultimately sentenced to 15 years in jail....Show More Summary
When Li Zhuang, a 50-year-old lawyer from Beijing, was accused of fabricating testimony in favour of his client as part of Bo Xilai and Wang Lijun's crackdown against the Chongqing mob, there was outcry from both the national and international legal community. [ more › ]
More details have emerged about disgraced Chongqing official Lei Zhengfu and his 18-year-old mistress, a sex-tape of whom was leaked last week. [ more › ]
Chinese policemen on Sept. 24 stand outside the Chengdu Intermediate People's Court, where Wang Lijun, an ex-police chief who triggered the Chinese Communist party's biggest scandal in years, awaited his verdict. Photo by Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images. WASHINGTON -- For...
On September 24, the former police chief of Chongqing, Wang Lijun, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on four charges: bending the law for personal interest, defection, abuse of power and corruption. He is at the center of China's biggest political scandal in recent memory, the murder of a British businessman by the wife of Chongqing Communist Party high flier Bo Xilai.
The former police chief of Chongqing, Wang Lijun, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. The WSJ's Jeremy Page explains why, despite the charges typically carrying heavier penalties, he may have gotten off with a lighter sentence...
Many of China's richest citizens have seen their wealth shrink this year; a riot at an electronics factory left at least 40 people injured; a court handed a 15-year jail sentence to the former police chief of Chongqing who triggered turmoil in the Communist Party elite.
The Financial Times's Jamil Anderlini describes today's sentencing of Wang Lijun, a former Chinese Communist party insider now immersed in a web of intrigue, as "a hasty process that had all the trappings of a show trial."
Opening yet another chapter in the political saga that has had China watchers gripped for months, former Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun has been sentenced to 15 years in jail for the four charges of "bending the law for selfish ends, defection, abuse of power and bribe-taking". [ more › ]
More swing state voters rust medicare in the hands of Obama over Romney. Of course, Ponzi schemers will be happy with either. A flight attendant with a concealed carry permit was detained and charged with disorderly conduct after trying to board a plane with a.38 revolver in her purse. Show More Summary
China’s most famous ex-cop, Wang Lijun, the former police chief to fallen Chinese politician Bo Xilai, was sentenced today to 15 years in prison for charges that included attempted defection to the United States and covering up a murder. Wang’s flight into the U.S. consulate...
Police chief in Bo Xilai scandal sentenced to jail Top news: On Monday, a Chinese court in Chengdu sentenced Wang Lijun, the former police chief who exposed a murder scandal involving top politician Bo Xilai and his wife Gu Kailai after fleeing to a U.S. Show More Summary
Wang Lijun, the former Chongqing police chief whose visit to a U.S. consulate in February triggered the downfall of one of China’s most ambitious political leaders, was sentenced to a 15-year prison term on Monday. Wang was convicted of abuse of power, bribe taking, defection and “bending the law for selfish ends.” He told the [...]
The one-time Chinese police chief who blew the whistle on the Bo Xilai scandal has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Wang Lijun, who attempted earlier this year to defect to the US, was sentenced today by the Chengdu City Intermediate People's Court for bending the law for selfish...
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
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. Show More Summary