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U.S. Lawmakers Question CCP ‘Police Station’ Operating in NYC

October 12, 2022 |   U.S. Lawmakers Question CCP ‘Police Station’ Operating in NYC  |

A recent whistle-blower report by Safeguard Defenders, a human rights group, revealed a CCP police station is operating in New York City. The report revealed that Fuzhou Police Overseas Service Station, is one of over 100 law enforcement offices around the world with locations also in Toronto, Spain, London, and Paris. The investigation revealed that these global policing efforts have resulted in 230,000 claimed “fugitives” returning to China.

The “service station” has apparently been in NYC for several years which reportedly had tax-exempt status removed in May of this year due to failure to submit tax filings.

US Congress members sent a letter on October 7th to Secretary of State Blinken and Attorney General Garland stating, “There should be no room for the Chinese government to exercise extraterritorial law enforcement unilaterally on U.S. soil.”  -JD

Link To Letter

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“A Chinese police station set up to spy on the country’s nationals in Lower Manhattan is run by a US charity that is on an IRS blacklist, The Post has learned.

The non-profit America ChangLe Association NY Inc. owns and operates the “service station” located above a noodle shop on the third floor of 107 East Broadway on the Lower East Side, according to public filings.

In May, the IRS yanked the group’s tax-exempt status for its failure to submit tax filings for three straight years, according to public records.”

Link To Article HERE