US: Chinese agents paid bribes in plot to disrupt anti-communist Falun Gong movement


Too suspected Chinese agents have been charged in the U.S. with bribery to disrupt an anti communist group. On Norman hall, federal authorities have arrested two suspected Chinese government agents in connection with an alleged plot by Beijing to disrupt and ultimately topple the exile at a Commodus falun gong spiritual movement. John chin and Lin thong were charged in an indictment on sealed Friday with scheming to revoke a New York based falun gong organization's tax exempt status and paying bribes to an undercover officer posing as a U.S. tax agent. Prosecutors say evidence includes war tapped conversations, the Justice Department has made a series of prosecutions in recent years to disrupt China's efforts in the U.S. to identify locate and silence critics and pro democracy activists. I Norman hall

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