Gu Kailai

Gu Kailai:

see under Bo XilaiBo Xilai,
1949–, Chinese political leader. The son of Bo Yibo, a Communist revolutionary leader, he joined the Communist party in 1980. Bo studied history at Peking Univ. and earned (1982) a master's degree in journalism from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
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Bo's wife, Gu Kailai, was recently tried and sentenced to death with reprieve for the murder of Neil Heywood, a British citizen with business ties to the family.
Bo s wife Gu Kailai and an accomplice were tried on Thursday for poisoning Neil Heywood, allegedly after her son fell out with the businessman in a dispute over a land project.
And today the Daily Mirror can reveal how the financial consultant lived in fear of being assassinated after word got out that he was sleeping with glamorous super-rich Gu Kailai, who could face a death sentence for poisoning him with cyanide.
Wang knew that Gu Kailai was under serious suspicion of murdering Heywood, but "consciously neglected his duty and bent the law for personal gain" so Gu would not be held responsible, the report said.
On 20 August 2012, standing in the dock of a courtroom in Hefei, former distinguished lawyer and businesswoman Gu Kailai, wife of dismissed one-time Politburo member Bo Xilai, listened as the judgement was given against her for the murder of British businessman, Neil Heywood.
Some experts believe the bargaining over positions may be tied to the fate of Bo, currently under investigation for "violating party discipline" as his wife, Gu Kailai, awaits the outcome of her murder trial.
A court official said an ex-deputy chief and three others hid evidence linking it to politician's wife Gu Kailai.
Beijing announced last week that Bo, former party chief of the southwestern megacity Chongqing, is suspected of ''serious discipline violations'' and his wife Gu Kailai has been detained on ''suspicion of homicide.''
6 ( ANI ): A Chinese police chief will go on trial for allegedly covering up the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood by his boss Bo Xilai's wife, Gu Kailai.
He was apparently involved in some shady dealings of his own -- his wife Gu Kailai was given a suspended death sentence on Aug.
THE victim Neil Heywood, 41, educated at Harrow J School, advised businesses in China THE HUSBAND Bo Xilai J , 63, son of communist hero who became Party chief of Chongqing THE son Bo Guagua, 24, playboy son of Gu and Bo, Jalso went to Harrow, then Oxford University GLAM Gu in shades THE BODYGUARD Michael Wright, 52, hired by Heywood J THE KILLER Gu Kailai, 53, lawyer who faces for Heywood murder
China s official news agency Xinhua has already declared that the evidence against Gu Kailai, who along with a family aide is accused of poisoning a British man with whom she and her husband did business, is "irrefutable".