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    It is obvious that application of law in China is done in the fashion of a kangaroo court or in the fashion of the West West justice of hanging a chap at the nearest tree and lynching him!

    The inference can be drawn from the fact that while the trial has not yet been done, Xinhua (the official mouthpiece of the CCP) has already pronounced the judgement of guilty etc.

    It is also drawn from the fact that the lawyers are Govt appointed and the accused has not been permitted their own lawyer.

    That the Communist party is totally corrupt is of no doubt since they are taking great pains to avoid inference to corruption that is rampant amongst the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party apparatchiks. That is why the lawyers have been appointed by the Govt to 'defend' the accused so that the issue of corruption that may implicate other top honchos of the Communist clique is not raised.

    It is interesting that anyone who has praised Bo 'vanished'!

    The Communists of China are really making hay while the worker and peasants suffer and toil to bring China's economy skyhigh!

    What a way to go!
     
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    Blackmail Cited as Motive in a Killing That Shook China

    Gu Kailai, the wife of one of China’s most ambitious leaders, plotted with allies, including the local police chief, to protect her son from what she saw as the blackmail demands of the British business associate she confessed in court to killing, according to accounts of the trial that emerged on Friday, including one from the state-run Xinhua news agency.

    Prosecutors presented evidence at the trial on Thursday that the Briton, Neil Heywood, had demanded tens of millions of dollars from Ms. Gu’s son, locked him up in a residence in England and sent an e-mail threatening to “destroy” him. In response, prosecutors said, Ms. Gu sought help from the local police chief, who refused to go along with her plan to get rid of Mr. Heywood and secretly recorded her confession to him on the day after she poisoned Mr. Heywood.

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    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/11/w...-heywood-killing-in-china.html?pagewanted=all
     
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    Is it another way to warn others than if they tattle about the Communist leaders, then they will be implicated and sent to jail?
     
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    This trial shows how everything is orchestrated in China and the Communist Party ensures that those who oppose them are eliminated and even through farcical charades of justice!

    The Chinese Communists are also very slippery like eels and clever like snakes.

    While they will convict Bo's wife, they will not dare do much, since Bo is a revolutionary hero's son and he has touched the chord of the Chinese people with his left leaning rhetoric.

    The Chinese Communist know he has a large following and any dadagiri by the Communist Politiburo could mean another rebellion as is littered throughout Chinese history.

    The Communists turned capitalists are great political animals who know how to survive.

    They will slowly and steadily put Bo and his family to pasture and ensure that they do not rock the boat!
     
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