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The Justice Department on Monday announced three cases involving China’s threat to national security, based on operations in New York City.
Just two miles from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York’s office, the People’s Republic of China opened an undeclared station for the Chinese National Police, officials said.
The station provided some government services, such as allowing Chinese residents to renew their driver’s licenses, but it also was used for more sinister activities.
“The Chinese National Police appear to have been using this station to track a U.S. resident on U.S. soil,” Eastern District of New York Attorney Breon Peace said.
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