Military-linked Biologist Fugitive Found at California China-Consulate: FBI

Yesterday we learned the Houston Chinese Consulate was a storage center for espionage and stolen data and today we learn something just as suspicious was happening in San Francisco

A fugitive biology researcher who falsely denied being connected to the Chinese military to obtain a visa and gain access to the country has been hiding in at the consulate in North California, according to the FBI.

Imagine how many communist spies have still gone undiscovered on US soil.

Gregg Re reports:

The filing came as part of a document that cited a slew of other episodes in which Chinese nationals allegedly lied on their visa applications by hiding their military connections.
Tang Juan, a researcher at the University of California, Davis, stated on her J-1 visa application that she "had never served in the military, but open source investigation revealed photographs of her in the uniform of the Civilian Cadre of the PLA [People's Liberation Army], and that she had been employed as a researcher at the Air Force Military Medical University, which is another name for FMMU [Fourth Military Medical University]," the FBI claimed.
Then, during an interview with FBI agents on June 20, Tang "denied serving in the Chinese military, claimed she did not know the meaning of the insignia on her uniform, and that wearing a military uniform was required for attendance at FMMU because it was a military school."
The FBI revealed it then executed a search warrant immediately at Tang's home and found additional evidence of Tang’s PLA affiliation.
"The FBI assesses that, at some point following the search and interview of Tang on June 20, 2020, Tang went to the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, where the FBI assesses she has remained," the bureau announced.

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