CIAs spy network in China is being prosecuted by the United States.

category:Hot
 CIAs spy network in China is being prosecuted by the United States.


The United States Department of Justice issued a press release on 8 days, announcing the prosecution of Li Zhencheng, a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), accused of conspiring to engage in espionage, collecting US Defense Intelligence to assist the Chinese government, illegally retaining national defense documents and saying that the Ministry of justice will not tolerate such threats to the security of the state. U. S. officials are vague about the details of the case, but the New York Times and other media, 9 days, said Li Zhencheng was considered the main suspect in the collapse of the American spy network in China in 2010. Critics believe that the US Department of justices allegations of espionage against Li Zhencheng means that officials may now be willing to disclose details before they want to be disclosed. In May 2017, an exclusive report of the New York Times caused a lot of reprint. According to the report, nearly 20 CIA informants were executed or detained from 2010 to 2012 in the Chinese government, and the US intelligence gathering network in China has been disintegrated for many years. Whether it is a spy or whether China has cracked the spy network in the US is not yet known. Officials in the US and China did not confirm the case, but after that, US intelligence officials secretly mentioned that the US spy network in China had been destroyed. A screenshot of the New York Times Report A screenshot of the guardian of the UK In January 2018, the United States released information that Li Zhencheng, a former employee of CIA, was arrested and suspected to be related to the collapse of the US intelligence network in China. According to the 9 day of the Wall Street journal, Li Zhencheng, 53, took office in the CIA from 1994 to 2007 and moved to Hongkong with his family after leaving office. He worked for the tobacco companies and Hongkong Christies auction house in Japan. He was arrested at J.F.Kennedy.Apt Airport in New York in January this year when he was charged with keeping secret information illegally. Before the United States had commented that American officials would not prosecute Li Zhencheng for espionage, on the one hand because he did not master the evidence and, on the other hand, did not want to take the secret of the dark room to the court. The 8 day press release of the United States Department of justice also referred to the so-called details of Li Zhenchengs contact with Chinese intelligence: in April 2010, after Li Zhenchengs departure from the CIA, two Chinese intelligence officers contacted him. They offered information to buy Li Zhencheng and provided a series of secret communication between the two sides. E-mail address. Li Zhencheng began to accept instructions from Chinese intelligence officers, at least until 2011. The US Department of Justice said Li Zhencheng spoke fluent Chinese and admitted that he had prepared documents for Chinese agents and held cash deposits from unknown sources. The US media reported almost identical reports on the Li Zhencheng case, but there were also doubts that there were many loopholes in the case. In 2012, FBI discovered that Li Zhencheng had secretly stored confidential information. He interviewed him 5 times in 2013. Why did he arrest him only in January 2018? The US Department of Justice explained 8 days ago that investigators allowed Li Zhencheng to leave the United States in 2013 to collect more evidence about his spying. However, no more evidence was collected after the press release. Washington Post 8, said that if convicted, Li Zhencheng can be sentenced to maximum life imprisonment. However, Li Zhenchengs lawyer said Li Zhencheng was not a Chinese spy, we will prove it in court. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com Author: Xiao Qiangs editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 The 8 day press release of the United States Department of justice also referred to the so-called details of Li Zhenchengs contact with Chinese intelligence: in April 2010, after Li Zhenchengs departure from the CIA, two Chinese intelligence officers contacted him. They offered information to buy Li Zhencheng and provided a series of secret communication between the two sides. E-mail address. Li Zhencheng began to accept instructions from Chinese intelligence officers, at least until 2011. The US Department of Justice said Li Zhencheng spoke fluent Chinese and admitted that he had prepared documents for Chinese agents and held cash deposits from unknown sources. The US media reported almost identical reports on the Li Zhencheng case, but there were also doubts that there were many loopholes in the case. In 2012, FBI discovered that Li Zhencheng had secretly stored confidential information. He interviewed him 5 times in 2013. Why did he arrest him only in January 2018? The US Department of Justice explained 8 days ago that investigators allowed Li Zhencheng to leave the United States in 2013 to collect more evidence about his spying. However, no more evidence was collected after the press release. Washington Post 8, said that if convicted, Li Zhencheng can be sentenced to maximum life imprisonment. However, Li Zhenchengs lawyer said Li Zhencheng was not a Chinese spy, we will prove it in court.