Police in New York have arrested two men for setting up a secret police station for a Chinese provincial police agency to collect information on opponents of the ruling Communist Party.
Such offices have been reported across North America, Europe and in other countries where Chinese communities include critics of the Communist Party who have family or business contacts in China. China denies that they are police stations, saying that they exist mainly to provide citizen services such as renewing driver’s licenses.
Party leader and head of state Xi Jinping has waged a campaign against corruption that has also targeted criticism of his regime at home and abroad, while seeking to chase down those accused of financial crimes.
The arrests Monday in New York came alongside charges against 34 officers with China’s national police force in China for using social media to harass party critics in the United States, authorities said Monday.
Two men were arrested Monday on charges that they helped establish a secret police station in New York City on behalf of the Chinese government, and about three dozen officers with China’s national police force were charged with using social media to harass dissidents inside the United States, authorities said Monday.
Photos that we’ve received this morning show the alleged Chinese spy Lu Jianwang hanging out at Democratic fundraisers in New York. He’s pictured alongside Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and New York’s clown mayor, Eric Adams. He’s also pictured at another event with Democrat Rep. Grace Meng.
These events are from 2022 and 2023, presumably while the illegal CCP police station was being set up and becoming operational.
Active Chinese spies paid for access to leading Democrats and set up shop in NYC, and they clearly thought they could get away with it.
Lu worked for the America Changle Association starting in 2012, and this is the company that was used to set up the illegal Chinese police station. So it’s safe to say he has been an operative of China for more than a decade, setting himself up as an influence in Democrat politics.
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