The Devil’s Weapon or the Hero of the Chinese (1)
Why the U.S. Department of Justice uses the RICO Act now
Huawei as “China 2025″s pioneer, conducting espionage in the United States for more than two decades.
If you can’t explain how and the details of Huawei’s organized crime, then please be patient with this tweets and spread the truth.
Chinese Criminal Group – Huawei Branch of the PLA
First, the criminal group covered up the company’s PLA（people’s liberation army）attributes.
Twenty years ago there were three world-class wireless infrastructure companies in the North America, Lucent Technologies (U.S.), Nortel Networks(Canada), and Motorola(U.S.).
Huawei has grabbed the market of the Internet equipment industry with low price under the CCP’s subsidy!
IP Theft, unfair (zero R&D cost) competition completely threatens these companies.
Crime 1：Stealing Motorola’s Wireless Technology
On February 28, 2007, a Motorola engineer named HanJuan Jin was stopped by customs officers at O’hare Airport. Agents searched her and found $30,000 in cash, a bag full of Motorola documents labeled “Confidential and Proprietary “, and a one-way ticket to Beijing.
She was arrested.
The federal indictment states that a Chinese executive had let her steal confidential Motorola documents, schematics, military communications plans, and more.
She graduated from IIIinois Institute of Techonology (IIT) and was hired as a software engineer by Motorola in 1998. She was paid well at the time and bought a townhouse in Schaumburg, where Motorola’s headquarters is located.
From 2006 to 2007, Jin Hanjuan was taking medical leave from Motorola. Investigators said that despite her claiming a serious illness, she was actually going to Beijing to work for a Chinese technology company. The technology company is affiliated with the Chinese military, and the company allegedly hired her in hopes that she could steal secrets from Motorola.
In February 2007, Jin Hanjuan returned to Motorola from medical leave. A federal investigation found that she did download hundreds of confidential documents from Motorola’s internal network, including those related to public safety organization in Africa, the Middle East and Europe, under China’s command.
The most critical aspect of this case is the “push to talk” feature of Motorola’s mobile phone. Prosecutors claim that this technology will benefit the Chinese military.
Conviction of theft of trade secrets.
The case involved Sun Kaisens tech company, a Chinese telecommunications company and supplier to the Chinese military。
While investigating her, the FBI found that she was also working for a company called LEMKO, was founded by Shaowei Pan, who earned a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and worked for Motorola for ten years .
He was responsible for 60 patent developments and was promoted to director of Motorola’s Architecture and Engineering Group. In 2004, he established LEMKO in the city of Motorola’s headquarters, and then went to meet with Ren Zhengfei and Huawei executives!
The company’s goal is to steal Motorola’s wireless technology to Huawei.
Pan Shaowei founded LEMKO, his wife and another Chinese employee, Bai Xuefeng, were constantly stealing software code. The FBI has evidence that he gave the Motorola confidential documents to the vice president of Huawei.
Pan wrote an email to Ren Zhengfei saying: “If our plan can proceed smoothly, LEMKO can complete the task without Motorola.”
Motorola and LEMKO reached a settlement in 2012! The power of BGY!
Since then, Huawei has become the world’s No. 1 telecom infrastructure vendor with a $37 billion in sales, accounting for 28% of global telecom equipment market share. According to federal prosecutors, its “EASYGSM” base station is a 2G wireless network, which is Motorola technology. Motorola’s wireless network business is declining, and the company sold the wireless network infrastructure assets to Nokia in 2010.
What’s most wierd thing is that LEMKO is still in Illinois, secretly…
Pan Shaowei is still in the United States.
Edited by【Himalaya Hawk Squad】