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May 15, 2007

Immigrant Guilty of Spying

Filed under: crime, espionage, immigration, News — readthis @ 11:51 am

Chinese immigrant Chi Mak has been found guilty of spying for China. The government accused Chi Mak of passing thousands of documents, including information on advanced submarine propulsion technology, to his brother who then passed them on to the Chinese government.

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  1. […] Chinese immigrant Chi Mak has been found guilty of spying for China. The government accused Chi Mak of passing thousands of documents, including information on advanced submarine propulsion technology, to his brother who then passed them on to the Chinese government…. …more […]

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