China sentenced a U.S. citizen 97 months in prison called smuggling military equipment
Global Network reporter Julia Tan reports, according to the British Reuters News, 26 January, the U.S. Justice Department said a U.S. federal court sentenced a Chinese citizen 26, 97 months in prison, saying the illegal export of U.S. military equipment to China.
According to reports, Chinese citizens are sentenced in Shenzhen, China Wuzhen Zhou Chi, chairman of record company. Boston federal court jury explained that it Wuzhen Zhou allegedly used the output of its business visas to China a series of military equipment, including for electronic warfare, military radar, fire, military and satellite communications director of electronic components, electronic components and these The buyers include some of China’s arsenal and military research institutions.
participate in the trial of a U.S. law officials said the case is mainly the result of the referee to “deterrence” to prevent future recurrence of similar cases.
Wuzhen Zhou participated in the United States in December 2008 when the Yale CEO Summit in Chicago, arrested at the airport, then has been held in the U.S. detention center. U.S. prosecutors said it suspected “illegal export of military products to China,” but Wu Zhenzhou until May 2010 when the trial has not pleaded guilty.