Was Dead Zhou Kehua Really Fang Bin?
The China authority announced on Aug 14th that Zhou Kehua,
suspected as a serial killer and armed robber in several
provinces in China was shot dead by police.
Netizens widely questioned this after finding that Zhou’s
photo released by police wasn’t Zhou himself,
but a police officer from Changsha called Fang Bin.
It drew netizens attention and discussion.
The police soon denied this and posted an official microblog:
no one called Fang Bin at Changsha police station.
However, on Aug 20th , a newspaper reporter found a clue
in a Hunan Daily newspaper issued in Oct 14th , 2011.
In a lost property announcement column, was written:
Fang Bin lost police ID card, No.1804428.
It proved that there was a police called Fang Bin
at Changsha police station.
On Aug 20th , another insider revealed online: Fang Bin truly
existed but is missing. His family are under house arrest.
Gun Shot Incident Occured in Guangxin Province,
Was It Zhou Kehua Again?
It was strange that Gele Mountain in Chongqing
was blocked two days after Zhou was shot dead.
The police searched the residential area door by door
holding Zhou Kehua’s photo to show the occupants.
The police claimed that blocking the mountain
was for fire protection.
However, according to photos released, the so-called
fire fighters were armed with submachine guns.
On August 19th , Guangxi News online reported that
a gun shot incident happened in Nanning, Guangxin.
The report said that on early morning of Aug 19th,
a man in red cloth was shot dead through the head.
Netizens raised more questions after this news, many people
were worried that it was Zhou who came back again.
US media: Bo Guagua’s Testimony conflict with Gu Kailai
On Aug 20th , the court in Hefei in Anhui province gave a
suspended death sentence to Gu Kailai.
However, people continue to question the truth of the case.
The Washington Post cited an insider saying Bo Guagua’s
testimony to the court attesting he didn’t meet Heywood
and didn’t engage in anything with Heywood in recent years.
Bo Guagua’s testimony has conflicts with
China’s official announcement.
The court didn’t use Bo Guagua’s testimony,
it seems they deliberately ignored his testimony.
An insider also revealed that in order to silence the voice of
opposition and to end this high-profile trial,
the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) told Gu’s family that
as long as they didn’t appeal, they would be allowed to see Gu within 20 days.
Huang Zhongqing, a Beijing branch director of Hong Kong’s
South China Morning Post, told the BBC that
the CCP dealt with this case as a political decision,
not a verdict in law.
With the end of Gu’s trial, people’s attention is focused on
how the CCP dealt with Gu Kailai’s husband, Bo Xilai.