When the Chinese Communist Party isn’t busy setting up illegal police stations in other countries, its agents are allegedly trying to interfere with America’s justice system.
The Blaze provides more details on why the U.S. Department of Justice recently charged 13 Chinese nationals:
The Department of Justice announced on Monday that it had charged 13 Chinese nationals, ten of whom are believed to be spies, for efforts to “unlawfully exert influence in the United States.” Their alleged crimes include coercing American residents into traveling to China to face punishments, stealing secrets pertinent to the criminal investigation of Huawei, and recruiting more spies for China.
Attorney General Merrick Garland indicated that, in three separate cases, communist agents operating in the U.S. sought to execute the will of the genocidal Chinese communist regime — to “interfere with the rights and freedoms of individuals in the United States and to undermine our judicial system that protects those rights.”
These newly unsealed indictments come at a time of growing tensions between China and the West and after recent revelations that the communist regime is running illegal police stations across North America and Europe.
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And when the Chinese Communist Party isn’t allegedly setting up illegal police stations and disrupting America’s justice system, some wonder why Chinese businesses are buying land near US Air Force bases. READ: Chinese firm bought North Dakota farm near US Air Force drone base: report AND READ: Espionage Fears as China Buys Up US Land Just a Stone’s Throw from Major Air Base