Harvard Professor Sentenced to House Arrest and Fines for Hiding China Ties, Foreign Bank Account
The DOJ’s now-ended China initiative sees one of its most high-profile sentences yet. A former Harvard scientist is headed for house arrest after six felony counts for hiding his ties to a Chinese university. He worked with the institute through Beijing’s infamous Thousand Talents program, later admitting aspirations for a Nobel prize.
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- Harvard Prof. Sentenced to House Arrest, Fines for Hiding China Ties, Foreign Bank Account
- Rapper Found Guilty of Helping China Influence U.S.
- Chinese Nationals Smuggled into the U.S.; Mother, Son Risked Lives to Cross Southern Border
- Record High Number of Chinese People Crossing U.S. Southern Border, Mainly Young Men
- China Formally Arrests Taiwan Activist
- Exposed: Whistleblower Secretly Convicted in China
- Woman Chants ‘Down with the CCP’ at Tiananmen
- Beijing May Have Issues Dealing with AI: Experts
- China’s Role in N. Korea’s Rising Nuclear Arms: Fisher