UK Prime Minister David
Cameron said yesterday at a press conference in Indonesia
about alleged murder case of British citizen Neil Heywood, "We
did ask the Chinese to hold an investigation and we are
pleased that they are now doing that. It is very important
we get to the truth of what happened in this very disturbing
case, this very tragic case."
But the truth has already come to light and come home,
Tuesday night a message was projected onto
the Houses of UK Parliament
Here are more truth about UK murder case and Chinese politics
report at Post-qazette.com:
A man answering the door on Tuesday
at the London home of Mr. Heywood's mother, Ann Margaret
Heywood, said she was not available for comment. But 10 days
earlier, she rejected any suggestion that her son might have
been murdered, insisting that he had a heart attack, like
his father at age 63. "I don't know where it comes from,
this stuff about his being poisoned and so on," she
said. "This is not about Neil, this is about Chinese
politics, and people's desire to write about Chinese politics.
It is absolutely horrid to be caught up in this side of things."
A maverick who chain-smoked, drove
a Jaguar and loved sailing with his wife and two children,
Mr. Heywood told friends he met Mr.
Bo in the northeastern city of Dalian, where Mr. Bo served
as mayor and in other posts from 1993 to 2004. He told a
friend, a British journalist named Tom Reed, that he sent
out letters of self-introduction to a flock of officials
and that Mr. Bo answered.
Mr. Reed said in an interview that
the exact nature of Mr. Heywood's relations with the Bos
was always unclear. "I didn't get the impression it
was anything commercial," Mr. Reed said. "I got
the impression it was much more informal." He said that
three nights before Mr. Heywood's death, they met for dinner
in suburban Beijing. Mr. Heywood said he had not seen Mr.
Bo for about a year because of a falling out, and that back
then "someone in Bo's inner circle was talking against
him because of fears of his influence over Bo."
We don't believe UK PM would be so dummy as to feel this
simple and straightforward case "very disturbing",
or he ought to vacant his office for a more intelligent person.
We think he just pretends to be a fool, because he might
be part of the plot but doesn't want the world to know. However
his recklessness in disturbing the peace of the deceased
and his aging mother out of his desire to co-write about
Chinese politics and the world politics is more than tragic,
but very cruel.