MINNEAPOLIS — It’s been nearly three months since Chinese billionaire Richard Liu was arrested in Minneapolis on allegations he raped a university student, and there’s still no word on whether he will face criminal charges. Prosecutors say Liu’s wealth has nothing to do with their consideration of the case. A look at where things stand:
Liu, the founder of Beijing-based e-commerce site JD.com, was arrested Aug. 31 on suspicion of felony rape after a Chinese student at the University of Minnesota said she felt pressured to drink with him and that he attacked her.
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