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    Professor Arrested Attempting to Flee the U.S. With Computers and USB Drives

    Professor Arrested Attempting to Flee the U.S. With Computers and USB Drives

    “Zheng was arrested in May, but the indictment was only unsealed by the Justice Department on Thursday.”

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    This is pretty serious. The professor was arrested in Alaska where he was allegedly planning to fly to China.

    Campus Reform reports:

    Professor arrested during alleged attempt to flee US with computers, phones, USB drives

    Another U.S. professor “with strong ties to China” has been arrested and charged with allegedly lying about his ties to the communist country.

    Song Guo Zheng, who the Justice Department described as a “rheumatology professor and researcher,” allegedly used more than $4.1 million in federal research funding to help advance China’s capabilities with regard to rheumatology and immunology. The Justice Department alleges he then failed to disclose to the U.S. government that he held employment in China while conducting U.S. taxpayer-funded research as a researcher at multiple universities in the U.S., including Ohio State University.

    A Google Scholars profile with the same name includes projects involving immunology research and lists several past employers, including the University of Southern California, Penn State University, and Ohio State University.

    Zheng was arrested in May, but the indictment was only unsealed by the Justice Department on Thursday.

    According to the government’s announcement, Zheng was arrested in Alaska just after deplaning a chartered flight that had landed in Anchorage. Zheng was allegedly getting ready to board another chartered flight to China carrying “three large bags, one small suitcase and a briefcase containing two laptops, three cellular telephones, several USB drives, several silver bars, expired Chinese passports for his family, deeds for property in China, and other items.”


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    ConradCA | July 13, 2020 at 12:00 am

    If the universities are need our enemies to attend then they should close their doors.

    All Red Chinese nationals in the country should be deported–including so-called students. All visas for Red Chinese national including student visa should be cancelled and no new ones issued.

    jrcowboy49 | July 13, 2020 at 1:51 pm

    Expansionist China is clearly a military, economic, and health threat to the world. But it’s reckoning time for the Chinese communist dictatorship. Washington should exert diplomatic, economic, and military pressure on Beijing that will put China’s dictator Xi Jingping, and the evil and corrupt CCP under enormous strain.
    China owns approximately $1.07 trillion in U.S. Treasury bonds, according to the Treasury Department. The United States government should seize the Chinese treasury obligations that Beijing holds in their name, and inform the CCP that this is a down payment for the death of tens of thousands of American citizens and the economic devastation Beijing has unleashed on the U.S. economy
    The nefarious CCP pumps over $150 million into its Confucius Institute propaganda of over 100 high school, college, and university campuses in the U.S. All should be shut down, and all Chinese “teachers” and students deported. America must end China’s unfettered access to our research centers and universities.
    Seize all CCP property in the United States and selling it as reparations for the damage they have caused to our economy, including companies, real estate, bank accounts, aircraft, ocean-going vessels, and all other CCP assets in the USA.
    The U.S. federal government should pay U.S. manufactures to leave China and return to the USA. It’s time to bring U.S. manufacturing back home. Americans want to buy high-quality “Made in the USA” products.

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