The CCP has deployed, equipped, and funded teams to wage digital warfare, surveillance, and disinformation campaigns
Their target, labeled in this Complaint as “Victim 1” is Mr. Miles Guo, and “since Victim-1 fled the PRC (People’s Republic of China), the PRC government has sought his return for prosecution in the PRC and has employed numerous methods to effect Victim-1’s capture or arrest. In May 2017, the PRC government sent several undeclared agents from the PRC’s Ministry of State Security (MSS) to the United States to cause Victim 1-‘s coerced repatriation to the PRC as part of the ‘Fox Hunt’ initiative.”
A letter from Guo’s lawyer to Judge Analisa Torres explains that the Government (at least the agents involved in Guo’s arrest) “ignores the extraordinary and sophisticated propaganda and hacking campaign that has been directed against Mr. Kwok (Guo) by the CCP since at least 2017. Moreover, the Government ignores the federal indictments and guilty pleas of political operatives, lobbyists, and even a senior DOJ official, all of whom infiltrated the United States government at the highest levels and took illegal payments in connection with a scheme orchestrated by the CCP to force Mr. Kwok’s extradition to China.” The letter further references “the criminal conspiracy against him and appends copies of the Government’s Criminal Information as to lobbyist Nickie Lum Davis, and Factual Basis for Pleas as to U.S. Department of Justice lawyer George Higginbotham.”
Under the Trump administration, the U.S. government “disrupted” these efforts to repatriate Guo. However, under the Biden regime, these malign and illegal efforts to get to Miles Guo were allowed to culminate in a bogus March 15 arrest, burning of Guo’s home, and continued illegal detention of Guo without bail in prison.
The unregistered agents named in the April 6 Complaint have used various methods, including online monitoring and dissemination of false accusations. In fact, the document reveals that “a standing task requirement to target” Guo has existed since on or about December 2018,” with “officers” assigned to target and harass Guo.
Unregistered agents of the PRC were ordered to incite and pressure U.S. law enforcement to take action against Guo.
Examples of disinformation sowed online include a post in early June of 2019, “labeling Victim-1 a fugitive who unscrupulously challenges U.S. laws on the Internet and accusing anyone giving Victim-1 money and public support as conspiring with Victim-1.”
These same unregistered…