HONG KONG — A Hong Kong bookseller gave an explosive account of being seized at a border by Chinese authorities, then blindfolded and spirited away to be confined in a room for five months of interrogation and surveillance. His detailed testimony directly contradicted official accounts of what happened to the five booksellers whose disappearances sparked international concern.
Lam Wing-Kee's revelations to the media Thursday — made in defiance of Chinese authorities — were the first detailed account of what happened to the men, who worked for a publisher of gossipy books on China's Communist leadership that are banned on the mainland. His testimony is sure to further fuel...
23:22 Ex-aide: Christie knew of Bridgegate plan before 'traffic problems' email
22:57 Christie Aide Testifies She Thought Bridge Lane Closings Were a Traffic Study
23:09 Duterte allows Xi to take lead on South China Sea issue
18:56 Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot Sylville Smith arrested, charged with sexual assault