University of Arkansas Professor Receiving Money from China Indicted for Wire Fraud and Passport Fraud

The U.S. Department of Justice announced on July 29, 2020, that Simon Saw-Teong Ang, 63, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, was indicted on 42 counts of wire fraud and two counts of passport fraud. If convicted, Ang faces a statutory maximum punishment of 20 years in prison for each wire fraud count and 10 years in federal prison for each passport fraud count.

Mr. Ang is alleged to have demonstrated neither when he failed to disclose his financial and other ties to companies and institutions in China to the University of Arkansas and to U.S. government agencies, despite an obligation to do so.  This is a hallmark of the China’s targeting of research and academic collaborations within the United States in order to obtain U.S. technology illegally.

– Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers

Translator: DlrowProofreader:【GM31】【一切为了喜马拉雅】

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Where is the charge of being a traitor to the United States of America? It is time American citizens who work with the CCP to undermine the democracy and safety of America are punished to the full extent of the law which happens to be the death penalty.
We are at war with the CCP. If you aid and abed the enemy, you deserve to pay the ultimate price.

1 year ago

CCP Lied,CCP Virus,Americans Died.
Take down CCP ! New Federal State of China ! Everything has begun !


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