China used to spy like this! The FBI has arrested a Chinese woman researcher linked to the PLA

Increasingly increasingly increasing measures in America and China. The US continues to impose sanctions on China. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a researcher affiliated with the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

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Increasingly increasingly increasing measures in America and China. The US continues to impose sanctions on China. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a researcher affiliated with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

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Increasingly increasingly increasing measures in America and China. The US continues to impose sanctions on China. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a researcher affiliated with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). He is accused of visa fraud. He is accused of hiding from the Consulate General in San Francisco. An American official has accused China of engaging in espionage through its diplomatic missions across the country.

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Accused of concealing relationship with PLA
The official said China was targeting businesses, universities and research centers in the United States to steal intellectual property, the report said. The Chinese woman researcher has been accused of not disclosing her relationship with the Chinese military in her visa application, but the matter came to light after investigators found pictures of her in the PLA’s civilian cadre uniform. He has worked as a researcher at the Fourth Military Medical University in Xian, China.

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At the end of the interrogation he took refuge in the Chinese mission
The name of this Chinese researcher is called Tang Juan. According to sources, the FBI interrogated him on June 20. His links to the Chinese military PLA and his visa application raised multiple questions about hiding it, after which he arrived at the Chinese embassy in San Francisco for asylum, about a month after he is now detained.


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