New York prosecutors recently arrested two individuals for allegedly setting up illegal police stations on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the city.
This took place shortly after Safeguard Defenders announced in an update on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, that it has allegedly uncovered more Chinese police stations in several American cities, Breitbart reports.
Safeguard, a non-government agency, said in a September 2022 report that it has found evidence of 110 CCP police stations around the world including many in the US.
In its Tuesday update, the agency announced it has found evidence of more illegal police stations that included several new ones in the US.
Breitbart provides more details:
On Tuesday, Safeguard Defenders told the New York Post that the group believes at least one other illegal Chinese police station is still operating in New York City, in addition to several other American cities.
A Safeguard Defenders spokeswoman told the newspaper:
“We found at least four listed in the US by PRC [People’s Republic of China] public security authorities, plus flagged an additional four overseas Chinese service centers in the US set up by the UFWD [United Front Work Department] networks responsible for manning the stations.” […]
The New York Post reported that Safeguard Defenders listed illegal Chinese police stations existing in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; Houston, Texas; Nebraska, and Minnesota. The original 110 Overseas report identified only the New York locations, in addition to three such stations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The Chinese Communist Party has, of course, denied these allegations, claiming these stations are actually
weather balloons, err service stations.
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