Stanford Professors Lobbied the DOJ To STOP Fighting Chinese Communist Party Infiltration.

Nearly 200 professors have signed a letter demanding Joe Biden’s Department of Justice terminate a Trump-era initiative targeting Chinese Communist Party-linked academics exploiting American universities for intellectual property theft and espionage. The 177 professors come from Stanford University, where Pamela Karlan, Biden’s Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ), is on a leave of absence from as a professor. Karlan, who testified during then-President Donald Trump’s first impeachment, has spearheaded the Biden White House’s anti-election audit efforts. Karlan’s university is now lobbying the DOJ to repeal the “China Initiative,” inaugurated by

Charges Expanded Against Chinese Military Member Posing As Stanford Researcher

The Department of Justice expanded charges against a Stanford University researcher accused of working on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party’s People’s Liberation Army. “A federal grand jury issued a superseding indictment charging Chen Song with visa fraud, obstruction of justice, destruction of documents, and false statements in connection with a scheme to conceal and lie about her status as a member of the People’s Republic of China’s military forces while in the United States, the Justice Department announced yesterday,” the department noted in a February 19th press release. “When Song feared discovery, she destroyed documents in a failed attempt

Foreign National Pleads Guilty To Stealing US Government Records To Launder ‘Fraudulent’ Citizenship Applications

Haitham Isa Saado Sad, a former employee of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in Jordan, plead guilty to “several charges related to his role in a scheme to steal U.S. government records and defraud U.S. refugee programs.” Sad – one of three defendants in a January 22nd indictment –plead guilty to the Department of Justice charging him with “conspiracy to steal records and defraud the United States, conspiracy to launder money, and computer fraud and abuse before U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras of the District of Columbia.” “The indictment charges Sad and two other foreign nationals, Aws Muwafaq Abduljabbar,

Researcher Pleads Guilty To Stealing Trade Secrets From Children’s Hospital For China

An Ohio-based researcher pleaded guilty to conspiring to steal “trade secrets concerning the research, identification, and treatment of a range of pediatric medical conditions.” The man, Yu Zhou, also pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit wire fraud. The research stolen by Zhou centered on “scientific trade secrets related to exosomes and exosome isolation” from Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Research Institute. Zhou worked alongside the hospital with his wife, Li Chen. According to the Department of Justice: As part of their pleas, the couple has agreed to forfeit property or gains associated with their crimes.  For Chen, this included approximately $1.4 million, 500,000

DOJ Sentences Chinese Drug Trafficker Laundering Money On Southern Border

A Chinese national has been sentenced to five years in prison and ceding over $4 million for “laundering drug proceeds generated by large-scale cocaine trafficking in the United States.” The case speaks to China’s malign influence in the U.S. – a pr sense that encompasses universities, think tanks, the economy, and even the border. According to the Department of Justice: “Xueyong Wu, 40, cultivated relationships with Latin American drug trafficking organizations to transport and launder their United States-based drug proceeds. Much of this money was repatriated to Mexico through a complex series of international financial transactions. Wu received a percentage

DOJ Labels NYC, Portland, And Seattle As ‘Anarchist Jurisdictions,’ Trump To Review Federal Funding

The Department of Justice has labeled three American cities – New York City, Portland, and Seattle – as “jurisdictions that have permitted violence and destruction of property to persist,” granting President Trump the ability to review the status of their federal funding. The cities called out by the Department of Justice have all been rocked by violence caused by AntiFa and Black Lives Matter, which the press release credits to Democrat-led governments which “have refused to undertake reasonable measures to counteract criminal activities.” According to the Department of Justice: The U.S. Department of Justice today identified the following three jurisdictions

American Tied To Chinese Communist Party Scheme To Re-Elect Clinton Pleads Guilty in Lobbying Scheme To Remove Chinese Dissident From US

An American businesswoman – whose parents pleaded guilty in a Chinese Embassy-linked scheme to funnel money into the re-election campaign of President Bill Clinton – has admitted to partaking in a million-dollar unregistered lobbying effort of the Trump administration on behalf of foreign principals. The individual, Lum Davis, lobbied on behalf of a Malaysian government-owned investment firm embroiled in an embezzlement scandal and to extradite a Chinese Communist Party dissident from the U.S. “This case demonstrates how foreign governments seek to advance their agendas in the United States by hiding behind politically influential proxies.  Such conduct poses a serious threat

Trump’s DOJ Indicts NASA Researcher Involved In Chinese Communist Party Espionage Scheme

An American professor and NASA researcher has been charged with illegally using taxpayer-funded research grants while working under the auspices of the Chinese Communist Party’s controversial “Thousand Talents Plan”- identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as “non-traditional espionage.” The Thousand Talents Plan seeks to lure top scientific talent from the world – especially the U.S. – to aid China’s technological development, allowing the country to obtain a scientific cutting edge by deploying deceitful tactics such as intellectual property theft. According to the Associated Press: A NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor has been charged with accepting federal grant