Chinese National Sentenced For Fraudulent Scheme to Purchase and Export US Military Craft, Engines.

A Chinese national and two co-defendants have been sentenced in connection with an attempt to use false export information to export maritime raiding craft and military-model engines through fraud to China, and in violation of Unites States law. Ge Songtao, a 51-year-old from Nanjing, China, pleaded guilty to the charges on November 2, 2020, and was sentenced on July 14, 2021, to a three years and six months’ sentence in federal prison. Ge conspired “to submit false export information through the federal government’s Automated Export System and to export maritime raiding craft and engines to China fraudulently.” The attempt at

Chinese EB-5 Visa Holder Pleads Guilty to Exporting US Military Technology to China.

On April 28, a Chinese national residing in the United States pleaded guilty to illegally procuring and exporting $100,000 worth of “U.S. origin goods” to a Chinese military university closely tied to the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) People’s Liberation Army (PRC). “Shuren Qin, 44, a Chinese national residing in Wellesley, Mass., gained admittance into the United States through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program in 2014 and established LinkOcean Technologies, LTD., which he used to import goods and technology with underwater and marine applications into the PRC from the United States, Canada and Europe,” states the official Department of Justice