Chinese intelligence officer gets 20 years for spying
On November 16, an intelligence officer accused of spying for the Chinese regime was sentenced to 20 years in prison. The U.S. federal court convicted him on charges related to the theft of trade secrets and electronic espionage. This is the first case in which a Chinese intelligence officer was extradited ...
U.S.: Chinese spy convicted of attempting to steal aircraft manufacturing secrets
A federal jury in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Friday, Nov. 5, convicted Yanjun Xu, a spy for China's Ministry of State Security, of committing economic espionage and attempting to steal U.S. aviation trade secrets by luring industry experts to China, according to a U.S. Department of Justice report. Among the companies from ...
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