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In Miles Guo Trial CCP Illegal Police Station Testimony Now Allowed But Some Dismissive

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 24 – After a circus-like civil case involving Guo Wengui in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which Inner City Press closely covered, here, March 15, 2023 saw the unsealing of a twelve-count Indictment of Miles Guo onvarious wire fraud, securities fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering charges.

On May 22, Inner City Press live tweeted jury selection, here.

   Many were excused from the jury pool.

More detail / some analysis on X for Subscribers here & Substack here

At the end of May 23, Judge Torres told the remaining jurors that the trial would start Friday. Thread.

More details on X for Subscribers here and Substack here

Jump cut to June 24, when in an order on reconsideration it was ordered that "Guo’s motion to permit the testimony of Paul Doran, his expert on the Chinese Communist Party (“CCP”), is GRANTED only as to Doran’s testimony on (1) the CCP’s opposition to specific political causes for which Guo has publicly advocated; and (2) the “secret, extra-legal Chinese police station” identified in New York City, and is otherwise DENIED"- full 17 page order on Patreon here.

From the June 24 trial day, from the thread:

Guo's lawyer: Did the prosecutor show you any of these spending documents? Witness: I don't think so. Guo's lawyer: DX 606-26. Witness: I don't specifically remember it but it looks familiar. Guo's lawyer: B&H, what does it say? Witness: Broadcast equipment

 Guo's lawyer: The mattress exhibits, you didn't flag them as abnormal? Witness: I didn't flag anything. Guo's lawyer: You never heard of the townhouse? Witness: No

Guo's lawyer: Do you know in Chinese culture how family is defined? Witness: No. Guo's lawyer: We've lost signal

  Afterward, Inner City Press was approached by an attendee

More detail and analysis on X for Subscribers here and Substack here

The case is US v. Guo, et al., 23-cr-118 (Torres)


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