The CCP’s “Operation Fox Hunt” Hurts China but Also the World
Recently, an indictment revealed by the US Department of Justice has brought the “Operation Fox Hunt” back into the spotlight. This time the Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted a group of nine suspects who were charged with operating under the direction and control of Chinese officials, illegally tracking, harassing and spying on critics of the Chinese Communist Party.
[Inquisitive Minds]Miles Kwok- The #1 Target of CCP’s Operation Fox Hunt
Miles Kwok (aka Guo Wengui), a billionaire, a dissident, and the most famous whistleblower, is indeed the number 1 target of Communist China’s global Operation Fox Hunt (OFH).
Des “agents illégaux” chinois harcèlent et ciblent des résidents américains
La campagne chinoise s'inscrivait dans le cadre d'un effort concerté dirigé par l'État, connu sous le nom d'opération Fox Hunt, qui a débuté en 2014 et vise à rapatrier les fugitifs chinois, notamment les dissidents vivant aux États-Unis
[Inquisitive Minds] New Report Reveals Aggressive Overseas Operations of the Chinese Communist Party
Such operatives were conducted under the Operation Fox Hunt, “a shadowy fugitive-apprehension program,” to bring the accused figures – justifiably or not –back to the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Yet, the process often involves inappropriate moves that clearly violate American laws and mock sovereignty.
Operation Fox Hunt: How China Exports Repression Using a Network of Spies Hidden in Plain Sight
China sends covert teams abroad to bring back people accused — justifiably or not — of financial crimes. One New Jersey family was stalked as part of a global campaign that takes families hostage and pressures immigrants to serve as spies.