Meanwhile China has opened dozens of what it calls “110 Overseas Police Service Centers” in cities around the world, Including U.S. cities

China has opened dozens of what it calls “110 Overseas Police Service Centers” in cities around the world, some of which are being used to blackmail suspects into returning home to face criminal charges in breach of global extradition laws, according to a new report.

Open boarder Brandon?

Chinese Intelligence Officers Interfered with Huawei Probe, DOJ Claims
A pair of Chinese intelligence officers attempted to bribe a US official involved in the criminal case against Huawei, the US Department of Justice claimed this week. Across three separate cases, the Justice Department charged 13 people with alleged efforts to “exert influence” in the US on behalf of the People’s Republic of China. The charges range from trying to disrupt the US government’s Huawei investigation to trying to recruit people as intelligence agents. Two people were also arrested for allegedly attempting to “cause the forced repatriation” of a Chinese national living in the US. “The actions announced today take place against a backdrop of malign activity from the government of the People’s Republic of China that includes espionage, attempts to disrupt our justice system, harassment of individuals, and ongoing efforts to steal sensitive US technology,” deputy attorney general Lisa O. Monaco said in a statement. In an unprecedented move in July, the head of the FBI and the UK’s MI5 made a joint public appearance to warn about the perceived threat from China, saying the nation is the biggest threat to economic and national security.

Biden has said he will not change his policies on China.

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Wow covert Chinese police stations in U.S and other countries gathering info?

Just cuz the Russian embassy that the DHS and fbi let’s bombard Brookline with sonic wavs…no big deal right?

Go Brandon!!!

h/t Goneviral


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