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BBC: The Chief Medical Examiner Questioned the Evidence in Gu Kailai’s Murder Case

Wang Xuemei, the Chief Medical examiner with the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, published an article on a microblog in which she openly questioned the conclusion that Neil Haywood, the British businessman, died of cyanide poisoning. Wang wrote that she was deeply disappointed in the conclusion as to the cause of Neil Haywood’s death. She stated that the conclusion was seriously lacking in facts and scientific proof. Her article also implied that there were others who benefited from such a conclusion in this murder case.

Wang is the deputy director with the Technical and Information Research Center of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate, the Chief Medical Examiner, and Vice Chairman of Chinese Medical Examiner’s Association.

Source: BBC Chinese, September 27, 2012