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Monday, February 11, 2008


This is coolbert:

Only today, another spy case involving the Chinese.

Displaying the characteristic signature of the Chinese intelligence services.

Working ONLY with other Chinese.

* Tai Shen Kuo.

* Yu Xin Kang.

* Dongfan 'Greg' Chung.

* Gregg Bergersen. [well, there always has to be one exception to the rule, doesn't there!!?? Gregg would be classified as a sub-agent of a sub-agent of an agent!!??]

"WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A Defense Department weapons system analyst and three natives of China have been arrested and charged in two espionage-related cases, prompting a top Justice Department official Monday to declare Chinese espionage is approaching 'Cold War levels.'"

"'aggressive' Chinese government espionage programs have reached levels not seen since the Cold War with the former Soviet Union."

"In the Virginia case officials charge that Gregg Bergersen, 51, of Alexandria, Virginia, sold highly classified information to Tai Shen Kuo, 58, a naturalized citizen who resides in New Orleans, Louisiana. Kuo then allegedly handed the information to Yu Xin Kang, 33, a lawful resident alien also living in New Orleans. Kang in turn allegedly gave the information to a spy for the Chinese government."

"Dongfan 'Greg' Chung, 72, of Orange, California, a naturalized U.S. citizen, had worked for Rockwell, Boeing and a Boeing contractor for more than 30 years."

"'he did it out of loyalty to the Motherland'"

Thirty years, he worked for Boeing. Thirty years. All that time, PASSING STUFF OF A CLASSIFIED NATURE TO THE CHINESE, AND DOING SO UNDETECTED??!!

I think a lot of people would assume the Chinese have a hard time conducting espionage operations against the U.S. Evidently NOT!!

People like Dongfan really piss me off. Too bad he did not have the same degree of loyalty to his adopted motherland as he did for some commie paradise. Blood is thicker than water!!??




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