DOJ announces charges against Chinese spies who sought to SILENCE U.S. citizens critical of CCP regime

On Monday, the Department of Justice announced that it would be releasing information related to significant arrests and charges in a matter of national security importance.

U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Breon Peace, revealed during an early Monday afternoon press conference that two Chinese spies had been arrested in New York for allegedly engaging in “transnational repression activities.”

Peace stated that the People’s Republic of China had set up a secret Chinese police station in New York and had “repeatedly and flagrantly” violated United States sovereignty.

He explained that in a “non-descript building” in Chinatown, a secret Chinese police station had “at the very least” been providing government activities like driver’s license renewals for Chinese people in the U.S. He noted that to even do that, those operating within the building “must give prior notice to the attorney general before setting up shop in New York City.”

That did not happen, according to Peace.

He added that the two Chinese spies who were arrested “destroyed evidence of their communications with the Chinese national police,” which indicated “obstruction of justice.”

Shockingly, Peace further shared that the spies worked together to do China’s bidding in secret while functioning under the control and direction of an MPS (Ministry of Public Security) official in China.

“We don’t need or want a secret police station in our great city,” Peace said.

Another complaint he discussed was an allegation of 44 officers working at the secret Chinese police station. MPS officers there were part of a special task force allegedly focused on targeting Chinese dissidents living in New York.

“Let this prosecution serve as a warning that we remain resolved and steadfast to fight against any efforts by the CCP to oppress and intimidate our residents,” Peace advised.

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