Beijing’s political and legal systems are being attacked

Corruption 07/31/22, 15:19

To date, all six members of the CCP's "Sun Li-jun's political gang" have been tried and are awaiting sentencing. Chen Yixin, General Secretary of the CCP Central Committee for Politics and Law, recently wrote an article describing the gang's violations and made strong arguments, emphasizing that "the most pressing issue of ...

Harvard professor goes on trial for lying about ties to China

China 12/18/21, 20:42

According to Reuters, on Dec. 14, a federal jury was selected for the trial of a Harvard University professor of nanotechnology. Professor Charles Lieber is accused of lying to the U.S. government about his connection with a recruitment program run by China and concealing the funding he received from the Chinese ...

President Trump :“It was a Rocky Week”

U.S. 08/02/19, 20:01

Rapper A$AP Rocky and two other American suspects were temporarily freed from a Swedish jail and planned to head back to the United States on Friday, Aug. 2, as judges mull over a verdict in the assault case against them. The Stockholm District Court released the 30-year-old rapper, whose real ...

Judge sets tentative 2020 date for Epstein trial

U.S. 08/01/19, 05:43

Jeffrey Epstein could face trial as early as June 2020. The 66-year-old wealthy financier was back for a pretrial hearing on Wednesday, in Manhattan relating to the sex trafficking charges. The attorney for Epstein's accusers Gloria Arred spoke to reporters outside the court on July 31, saying: "It appears that ...

Mar-A-Lago intruder will represent herself

U.S. 06/12/19, 12:53

A Chinese woman charged with illegally entering President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort will be allowed to act as her own attorney, a judge ruled Tuesday, June 11, after strenuously trying to talk her out of it as she struggled with legal concepts and spoken English. U.S. District Judge Roy Altman found ...

Border Patrol agent acquitted in Mexican teen’s 2012 death

U.S. 11/21/18, 16:00

An Arizona jury on Wednesday acquitted a U.S. Border Patrol agent of manslaughter in the shooting of a Mexican teen through a border fence, another loss for federal prosecutors in the second trial over the 2012 killing. Jurors in Tucson found Lonnie Swartz not guilty of involuntary manslaughter but didn't come ...

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