Chinese Authorities Are Being Allowed To Carry Out Policing Operations In New York

Chinese Authorities Are Being Allowed To Carry Out Policing Operations In New York

A human rights advocate claims that China’s alleged foreign police service stations and their efforts to get people to return home represent a risky expansion of the regime’s international influence. An investigation by the pan-Asian human rights group Safeguard Defenders, which was released last month, described a Chinese effort to address “fraud and telecom fraud” offenses committed by its expatriate nationals. According to the study, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has opened at least 54 police stations in 30 different nations, including the United States.   Campaign manager for Safeguard Defenders Laura Harth told Fox News, “I think it demonstrates…


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