Crime: Startling Admission From Taipei

Startling Admission From Taipei

On a brisk October morning last year, Henry Liu, 52, a businessman and part-time journalist, was shot dead by Asian gunmen outside his home in Daly City, Calif. Liu's widow suspected that the murder was politically motivated. Under the pen name of Chiang Nam (River South), Liu had written books and articles that assailed Taiwan. "It was a terrorist killing," said Jerome Garchik, Mrs. Liu's lawyer. "Henry Liu was killed to silence his work and also to intimidate Chinese living in America." U.S. officials say that Liu had apparently acted at various times as an agent or informant for Peking, Taipei...

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