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EDNY Arrests 2 For Illegal China Police Station in Manhattan Where UN Still CCP-Dominated

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

EDNY COURTHOUSE, April 11 – While the United Nations in New York, under Antonio Guterres, is increasingly dominated by the People's Republic of China, on April 17 EDNY prosecutors charged

"two defendants in connection with opening and operating an undeclared overseas police station, located in lower Manhattan, for the Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China. Lu Jianwang and Chen Jinping were arrested earlier at their homes in New York City."

   Given that the illegal "police" station, which PRC consulate officials visited, was at 107 East Broadway in Manhattan, blocks from SDNY, why the case was brought across the East River in Brooklyn is not clear. 

 EDNY prosecutors says the defendants worked together to establish the first known overseas police station in the United States on behalf of the Fuzhou branch of the MPS. The police station—which closed in the fall of 2022— occupied an entire floor in an office building in Manhattan’s Chinatown.    Again, that's 107 East Broadway, one building from the corner of Pike Street.    Lu and Chen helped open and operate the clandestine police station. None of the participants in the scheme informed the U.S. government that they were helping the PRC government surreptitiously open and operate an undeclared MPS police station on U.S. soil. Before helping open the police station in early 2022, Lu had a longstanding relationship of trust with PRC law enforcement, including the MPS.   

As do some of the highest - including the highest - officials in the United Nations in New York.

PRC bribery in the US has been proved to SDNY juries in the cases of Ng Lap Seng and Patrick Ho - and yet those involved inside the UN have faced no consequences at all.

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