Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1339-W954

魏京生基金会新闻与文章发布号:A1339-W954

Release Date: November 21, 2020

发布日:20201121

Topic: Questions Are Answered: About US Department of Justice and FBI indicted 8 personnel involved in Chinas "Operation Fox Hunt in the USA -- Radio Free Asia Interview of Ms. Huang Ciping, Attorney Xiang Xiaoji, and Dr. Wang Juntao

标题:有问有答专栏:问答美国司法部联邦调查局起诉8名美参与猎狐行动人员 -- 自由亚洲电台林悦杨采访黄慈萍女士、项小吉律师、和王军涛博士

 

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Radio Free Asia | Questions Are Answered:

About US Department of Justice and FBI indicted 8 personnel involved in Chinas "Operation Fox Hunt in the USA

-- Ms. Lin Yueyang of Radio Free Asia Interviews Ms. HUANG Ciping, Attorney Xiang Xiaoji, and Dr. Wang Juntao

2020-11-14

 

 

How did Xu Jin, the former director of the Wuhan Development and Reform Commission and his wife Liu Fang, who live low-key in New Jersey, USA, have their identities on Chinas "One Hundred Red Notices List" identified and whereabouts revealed? It was a coincidence that Xu Jin arranged his retreat through immigration to the United States. When the couple came to the United States in 2011, they already obtained temporary green cards, but the "California Investment Immigration Fund" that accepted their investment immigration application was investigated for suspected immigration fraud. In this investigation, the identities of Xu Jin and Liu Fang were exposed.

 

How the laws of the United States will view of Chinese polices arresting corrupt Chinese officials in the United States? Chinese police officers must cooperate with the US to act, otherwise it is illegal. In the past, Chinese law enforcement overseas has been widely criticized, such as (the kidnappings of) Wang Bingzhang, Peng Ming, and the Causeway Bay Booksellers.

 

Radio Free Asia Lin Yueyang interviewed Xiang Xiaoji, an attorney with a law degree from Colombia University; Huang Ciping, Executive Director of the Wei Jingsheng Foundation; and Dr. Wang Juntao, who obtained Ph.D. from Columbia University, about these topics.

 

Huang Ciping, executive director of the Wei Jingsheng Foundation, first stated that she was very excited about the actions taken by the US government against those who participated in the Chinese "Fox Hunt" in the United States. Huang Ciping especially emphasized that the Chinese police's commanding of "Operation Fox Hunt" in the United States violated the sovereignty of the United States. She also disclosed the experiences of repeated invasions, harassment and intimidations of the Wei Jingsheng Foundation office. Huang Ciping stated that as dissidents who already suffered the persecution in China, it was very sad and indignant that we would still be harassed by the CCP in the United States. Now she feels that this free world of the USA is safe.

 

Looking back on the kidnapping of Wang Bingzhang, Peng Ming, and Gui Minhai etc. back to China, Huang Ciping also pointed out that the overseas kidnapping of the CCP must be severely cracked down on. The CCPs current war wolf diplomacy is more serious in both ideology and behavior than the " Assassination of Henry Liu" by the Republic of China. If the United States compromises with the CCP for the benefit of Wall Street, it will ultimately not only fail to protect Chinese dissidents in the United States, but also harm the security of the United States itself.

 

For more follow up stories, please catch the next issue of RFAs Questions Are Answered.

 

 

Link to the original report on Radio Free Asia:

https://www.rfa.org/mandarin/zhuanlan/youwenyouda/qa-11142020091834.html

 

The audio of this interview is also available at:

www.WeiJingSheng.org/interviews/interviews2020/HuangCPonOperationFoxHunt201114RFAinterview.mp3

 

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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1339-W954

魏京生基金会新闻与文章发布号:A1339-W954

Release Date: November 21, 2020

发布日:20201121

Topic: Questions Are Answered: About US Department of Justice and FBI indicted 8 personnel involved in Chinas "Operation Fox Hunt in the USA -- Radio Free Asia Interview of Ms. Huang Ciping, Attorney Xiang Xiaoji, and Dr. Wang Juntao

标题:有问有答专栏:问答美国司法部联邦调查局起诉8名美参与猎狐行动人员 -- 自由亚洲电台林悦杨采访黄慈萍女士、项小吉律师、和王军涛博士

 

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有问有答:问答美国司法部联邦调查局起诉8名在美参与猎狐行动人员

-- 自由亚洲电台林悦杨采访黄慈萍、项小吉、和王军涛

2020-11-14

 

 

低调居住在美国新泽西州的百名红通名单上的前武汉发改委主任徐进及妻子刘芳是怎样暴露身份行踪的呢?说来真是无巧不成书,徐进为自己安排的退身之路是移民美国。2011年来美时,已经拿到美国临时绿卡,但是受理他们投资移民申请的加州投资移民基金 ,因为涉嫌移民欺诈遭到调查。在这场调查中,徐进和刘芳的身份暴露。

 

到美国抓贪官,美国的法律怎样审视?中国警员必须与美方合作行动,否则违法。中国过往境外执法广受诟病,如王炳章,彭明,铜锣湾书商等事件。

 

自由亚洲电台林悦杨就此采访了在哥伦比亚大学获法学学位的项小吉律师、魏京生基金会执行主任黄慈萍、及哥伦比亚政治学博士王军涛先生。

 

魏京生基金会执行主任黄慈萍首先表示,她对美国起诉的举措在美参与猎狐行动人员表示非常振奋。她特别强调:中国警方在美指挥猎狐行动,侵犯了美国的主权。她还披露了魏京生基金会办公室多次受到侵袭、骚扰与恐吓的经历。黄慈萍指出,在中国就已经受尽迫害,到了美国竟还要遭受中共的骚扰,心情是非常悲愤的。现在才感到这个自由世界是安全的了。

 

回顾王炳章、彭明、桂民海被绑架回中国之事,黄慈萍还指出对中共的海外绑架必须予以严厉打击。中共目前的战狼外交,其意识形态与所作所为比当年中华民国的江南案更严重。如果美国为了华尔街的利益向中共妥协,那么最终不仅仅是在美国的异议人士得不到保护,连美国自身的安全都会受到伤害。

 

更多故事,请聆听下期的有问有答节目。

 

 

本报道在自由亚洲电台的原始链接:

https://www.rfa.org/mandarin/zhuanlan/youwenyouda/qa-11142020091834.html

 

采访的录音:

www.WeiJingSheng.org/interviews/interviews2020/HuangCPonOperationFoxHunt201114RFAinterview.mp3

 

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