The Chinese police sieged a U.S. Embassy? I guess he didn't get his asylum!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-17673498China has urged support for its probe into disgraced leader Bo Xilai, a day after news of his dismissal and the detention of his wife over the death of a UK businessman shocked the country.A widely-published piece in party newspaper People's Daily praised the "correct decision", saying it showed respect for the rule of law.
Mr Bo's removal from key party posts was announced late on Tuesday.
It followed weeks of speculation over the former Chongqing party chief.
Mr Bo, 62, was once tipped as a future leader. But he has now been removed from his posts on the Communist Party's hugely powerful 25-member Politburo, and the 300-member Central Committee.
His wife, Gu Kailai, is being investigated in connection with the death of British businessman Neil Heywood, Chinese authorities have also announced.