China’s Secret Locations Revealed in United States

A vast global clandestine operation carried out by the Chinese government has drawn criticism. The arrests of two Chinese nationals and the inquiries into dozens more are related to a police station in lower Manhattan, as United Voice just informed you. According to recent sources, there may have been more stations in the US.

A Madrid-based advocacy group called Safeguard Defenders disclosed the Chinese police station in lower Manhattan in 2022. According to reports, Chinese Communist Party agents exploited the area to hunt down dissidents and complete other tasks for China. According to The New York Post, the organization may have now discovered 10 additional places around the US where comparable operations are being conducted.

Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, and cities in Minnesota and Nebraska are among the places, according to The Post. There may be additional stations in New York City.

Representative Don Bacon (R-NE) demanded information in a statement posted to Twitter. He asserted that the US must act to repress the Chinese Communist Party.

Safeguard Defenders discovered four of the places identified by China’s public security authorities, a spokeswoman for the organization told The Post. Then, they allegedly “flagged an additional four overseas Chinese service centers” established by China’s United Front Work Department.

Recently, federal prosecutors announced charges against “Harry” Lu Jianwang, 61, and 59-year-old Chen Jinping. The two men were charged with managing the police station for the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) in Manhattan. 

The suspects were accused by the authorities of attempting to hinder justice by erasing texts they exchanged with their MPS handlers. They were also accused of plotting to work as agents for the Chinese government.

The Chinese government allegedly developed a covert presence in New York City to “monitor and intimidate” anyone who oppose their regime, according to Assistant Attorney General Matthew G. Olsen.




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