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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Wang Xuemei
The credibility of China's official verdict on disgraced communist leader Bo Xilai is under serious challenge by China's many neo-Maoists.
A Chinese passenger jet overshot a fog-shrouded runway in the country's northeast and burst into flames Tuesday, killing 42 people and injuring 49 others, state media said.
Wang Xuemei, who is with the government's top prosecutors' office, said Thursday the conclusion reached by Chinese authorities that Neil Heywood died from cyanide poisoning lacks sufficient evidence.
Mr. Wang told the Associated Press that the official account of Mr. Bo's wife's description of the killing lacks details to prove Heywood died from cyanide poisoning.