This is not a real trial - the court, the judges, the lawyers,
the charge and the verdict are all pre-determined by the
Here are the Questions:
1) Where are the prosecutors' evidences against the accused?
If there is any, how they/it were/was collected?
2) In which way the prosecutors can prove their evidences
presented to the judges have not been contaminated?
3) Based on what ground the prosecutors determine the deceased
was not died
of any other causes?
4) Which witnesses testified
in the hearing?
5) What is the statement of the accused?
6) How the lawyers carried out their cross-examination of
So far I found no answer to any of above questions.
And most importantly, since this is said to be an ordinary
criminal case, it shall relate to no state security matters,
then why Chinese public is denied access to the court hearing
while the foreign officials are invited to witness the trail?
Whose interest China's legal system is serving? Chinese people
or foreign government?
There is an important revision made in the latest edition
of the story: the co-accused has been transformed from a
service personnel to Bo family into a staff member at General
Office of Chongqing CCP Committee. Note, the service personnel
to the members of the Politburo are appointed by the Central
Guard Regiment, while Central Guard Regiment is in the charge
of the General Office of the Central Committee and the General
Office of the Central Committee reports to Hu Jintao.
Now you see the trick, don't you?
The second revision is about the name of the drug that is
supposedly to have killed Heywood. Initially it is said to
be cyanide, but since the alleged cyanide poisoning symptom
described in the official report is found by Chinese Netizens
to be in conflict with the scientific definition, the new
version of the murder story dares not to specify the type
of the drug.
So here are questions:
1, In which way did Zhang the co-accused get contacted with
Heywood when he invited him to visit Chongqing? By telephone
or by mail? It should not be difficult to find the record
of the correspondence, so please present the evidence to
prove such contact did take place;
2, With what kind of transportation did Zhang travel to
Beijing and then escort Heywood to Chongqing? By train or
flight? Please show the travel document.
3, Since Zhang accompanied Heywood to Chongqing as the host,
he must have helped his guest to check in a hotel. Please
reveal the video footage that show Zhang was indeed with
Heywood at registration counter.
The new detail added into the story also include Gu Kailai's
visit to the hotel. It is said that she had a drink with
Heywood, and when Heywood was drunk, she fed him with poisoning
drug. But this time the name of the drug is not released.
To my mind these two revisions (the change of the co-accuser's
identity and the stop mentioning the name of the drug again)
are the keys to the truth behind the drama, following which
we shall be able to find who are the real culprits [If
not the ones who killed Heywood then the ones who framed
4, Please present hotel video footage to prove Gu did entered
Heywood's room and the time she left the premises.
5, Please be specific in terms of what brand of alcohol
they drank, whether it was brought to the room by Gu Kailai
or provided by the hotel. If the latter was the case, please
show the bill.
胡的手下 ... 温或其手下 ... 贺或其手下 ... 令或其同伙 ... 李或其同伙 ... 汪或其同伙
... 庄或其舅或其前老板或其舅/前老板朝中同伙 ... ... ]
What I want to know is:
Who is responsible for the initial draft and the revision
of the story?