Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Saturday, August 11, 2012

CHINESE COURT DISTORTS THE TRUTH TO PROTECT CORRUPT PEPS



The lies presented as evidence at the Gu Kailai murder trial beg the question: where did all this money come from ?

(1) If the defendant killed Neil because he threatened her son, over a 10% commission that he was supposed to receive ( £13,0000) from a successful investment, where did the money come from to make such a large investment that it generated £130,000 in profits ? Gu Kailai was no longer working as an attorney, and her husband, Bo Xilai, only earned £12,000 per year.

(2) How did Gu Kailai, and her grown son, attending expensive universities in the UK and US, enjoy such a lavish lifestyle, if nobody was employed ? Did you bank them in the UK ?

(3) Why accuse the victim of threatening the life of the defendant's son, when he appeared to reside permanently outside of China ? He still is living in the US, and shows no signs of returning. What son fails to go to the side of his parents when they are charged with a crime ? How much bulk cash smuggling and money laundering has he done in the United States, we wonder. Is he banking with you ?

Attacker and victim


Unfortunately, the truth would alienate most of China's middle class, who don't drive Ferraris.



This case is an abject lesson for compliance: all Chinese PEPs banking overseas are high-risk; believe it.

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