US media: Three Chinese citizens are jailed for entering the forbidden area of the US military base to take photos

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 US media: Three Chinese citizens are jailed for entering the forbidden area of the US military base to take photos


Liao liuyou, a 27 year old Chinese citizen, has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for illegally entering the restricted area of Key Wests naval air base for photos and videos in December, according to the South Florida prosecutors office.

According to the report, Liao was arrested on December 26 last year for entering the restricted area (Key Wests naval air base) and photographing a building and other government buildings near sensitive military facilities. Court documents show that he was verbally warned not to do so, but did so.

In another case, Zhang Jielun, a 25-year-old Chinese citizen, and Wang Yuhao, 24, were sentenced to 12 and 9 months in prison, respectively. Both admitted to illegally entering the same naval air base exclusion zone. The South Florida district attorneys office said they also took photos.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true }On January 4, Zhang and Wang rode in a modern blue car near a guard station at the naval air base in Key West, according to the criminal indictment. They were unable to provide military identification at the time, and a naval security official asked them to leave. According to the indictment, both did not follow instructions and spent about 30 minutes at the facility. After getting permission to check their cell phones and cameras, officials saw that they had photographed part of the building. Geng Shuang, a spokesman for the foreign ministry, responded to the arrest of a 27 year old Chinese man on December 26 last year for entering Key Wests naval air base and taking photos with his mobile phone, saying that the U.S. side was required to investigate in accordance with the law and justice, properly handle the case and effectively protect the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens involved. He reminded overseas Chinese citizens to strengthen their awareness of law-abiding and self-protection, not to linger or take photos in military restricted zones or other sensitive areas, and to act in strict accordance with relevant prompts and signs. Geng Shuang said that the Chinese government attaches great importance to safeguarding the safety and legitimate rights and interests of overseas Chinese citizens, and has always required overseas Chinese citizens to abide by local laws and regulations and not engage in any form of illegal activities. Related recommendation: one soldier died at the US military base in Guam. More than 200 people from two major US military bases have been infected by the new crown patients. This article is from Global Times - global network editor in charge: Li Xi_ NN2587

On January 4, Zhang and Wang rode in a modern blue car near a guard station at the naval air base in Key West, the criminal indictment said. They were unable to provide military identification at the time, and a naval security official asked them to leave. According to the indictment, both did not follow instructions and spent about 30 minutes at the facility. After getting permission to check their cell phones and cameras, officials saw that they had photographed part of the building.

Geng Shuang, a spokesman for the foreign ministry, responded to the arrest of a 27 year old Chinese man on December 26 last year for entering Key Wests naval air base and taking photos with his mobile phone, saying that the U.S. side was required to investigate in accordance with the law and justice, properly handle the case and effectively protect the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens involved. He reminded overseas Chinese citizens to strengthen their awareness of law-abiding and self-protection, not to linger or take photos in military restricted zones or other sensitive areas, and to act in strict accordance with relevant prompts and signs.

Geng Shuang said that the Chinese government attaches great importance to safeguarding the safety and legitimate rights and interests of overseas Chinese citizens, and has always required overseas Chinese citizens to abide by local laws and regulations and not engage in any form of illegal activities.