DOJ accuses Steve Wynn of acting as CCP agent without register under FARA

DOJ accuses Steve Wynn of acting as CCP agent without register under FARA

WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters): The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Steve Wynn, the former CEO of Wynn Resorts (WYNN.O), accusing him of acting as Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s agent and seeking a Court order to compel him to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).
U.S. Indicts 1 Chinese American and 4 Chinese National Security Officials for Transnational Crackdown on Dissidents

U.S. Indicts 1 Chinese American and 4 Chinese National Security Officials for Transnational Crackdown on Dissidents

On May 18, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted five Chinese in the United States, one Chinese-American citizen and four Chinese National Security Agency personnel, accusing them of participating in monitoring Chinese dissidents in the United States, including one unnamed Hong Kong pro-democracy activist.
Video|U.S. Department of Justice Takes Legal Actions against CCP Agents

Video|U.S. Department of Justice Takes Legal Actions against CCP Agents

On March 22, Miles Guo announced on Gettr that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has taken legal action against five agents of the CCP.
Broadcast|US Defense Contractor’s Ex-CEO Arrested for Exporting Military Technology to Communist China

Broadcast|US Defense Contractor’s Ex-CEO Arrested for Exporting Military Technology to Communist China

The U.S. Department of Justice announced on March 5 that the 77-year-old Joe Sery, the former CEO of California defense contractor Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts (Tungsten Parts), was arrested for violating federal export laws by transferring sensitive U.S. defense technology to Communist China and other countries.
US Defense Contractor’s Ex-CEO Arrested for Exporting Military Technology to Communist China

US Defense Contractor’s Ex-CEO Arrested for Exporting Military Technology to Communist China

Translated by :  MOS Education team- Bella P The U.S. Department of Justice announced on March 5 that the 77-year-old Joe Sery, the former CEO of California defense contractor Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts (Tungsten Parts), was arrested for violating federal export laws by transferring sensitive U.S. defense technology to Communist China and other countries.
U.S. Department of Justice: Another Chinese-American Drug Researcher Pleads Guilty To Trade Secret Theft Charges

U.S. Department of Justice: Another Chinese-American Drug Researcher Pleads Guilty To Trade Secret Theft Charges

On January 3, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that another former Chinese-American researcher at pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline had pleaded guilty to charges of stealing trade secrets.
Five Chinese scientists face U.S. visa fraud charges

Five Chinese scientists face U.S. visa fraud charges

Editor: RebeccaProof reading: Sherryok The U.S. Department of Justice launched the “China Initiative” to stem the theft of trade secrets by Chinese entities. Five Chinese scientists were charged with visa fraud for allegedly concealing their military affiliations. Four of them face additional charges. All have pleaded not guilty and have been released on bail。3 person’s
Prof.Yang Defrauds NIH by Hiding His Ties to CCP 2/3

Prof.Yang Defrauds NIH by Hiding His Ties to CCP 2/3

US DOJ indicted Prof. Lin Yang for defrauding federal grant money from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by concealing his ties to Chinese government and a company that he founded in China to profit from that research