Missed OpportunityWhether Bo was involved in the planning of Heywood’s murder—he had as much reason as Gu to wish the Brit dead—is not known. But eventually the truth will come out about Bo and Gu’s involvement in organ harvesting and the selling of the corpses of Falun Gong practitioners to factories in Dalian that turn the corpses into exhibition pieces.
Hu has apparently chosen the way of least resistance by not settling now the question of Bo’s guilt for crimes against humanity and, through a prosecution of Bo, the guilt of the faction of which Bo was a leading member.
Hu may have feared that a full revelation of Bo’s crimes would have damaged the Party beyond repair. He may have also feared that Bo’s political allies would have taken revenge on him for his handling of Bo or even prevented Hu from acting.
Hu may have feared that a full revelation of Bo’s crimes would have damaged the Party beyond repair.
By temporizing, Hu has left the issue of the guilt of Bo and Jiang’s faction as a time bomb that will blow up in the future with unknown repercussions.
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