Richard Liu Must Appear in U.S. Court If Charged, Prosecutors Say
Chinese billionaire businessman Liu Qiangdong, accused of rape during a recent Minneapolis trip, will have to appear in a U.S. court if prosecutors decide to bring charges against him, the county prosecutor’s office said.
Liu, the 45-year-old chief executive officer of U.S.-listed Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, was arrested in Minnesota’s Hennepin County on suspicion of rape last Friday but was released the next day and has returned to Beijing.
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