Here's a nice roundup of the current state of play in the Wang Lijun affair. Money graf:
The official Xinhua News Agency published a story today from a Chongqing paper extolling the city’s progress in reducing crime and corruption since 2009, the year Wang became head of the local police, without mentioning him or Bo.
The paper is the Chongqing Daily, the official party organ. David Bandurski has more on that story here. In his analysis it's an attempt to shore up Bo's reputation. But it seems odd for the court circular to extol the king's achievements without mentioning the king.
Update. Things seem to be moving. The latest story is that Wang has been targeted by CDIC as a means of getting at Bo. He's now in custody along wqith a group of his close associates. This in turn may be related to an anti-corruption purged launched by Bo ally Liu Yuan in the PLA, which recently netted a major general in connection with vast real estate deals in Beijing and Shanghai. That purge was apparently targeted at the general's as yet unnamed sponsor at higher levels. Anyway: gripping stuff.