Alleged secret Chinese Community Party police station busted in NYC | USA TODAY

The Department of Justice announced the arrest of two men charged with allegedly running a secret police station on behalf of the Chinese government in New York.

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The police station encompassed the entire floor of an office building and provided illegal government services like helping Chinese citizens renew their Chinese driver's licenses, according to Peace.

In one instance, an official with China's national police directed one of the defendants who worked at the police station to help locate a pro-democracy activist of China living in California, Peace said.

"In other words, the Chinese National Police appear to have been using the station to track a U.S. resident on U.S. soil," Peace said.

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  1. Americans must make sure Chinese 🇨🇳 Xi Jinping *won’t get away* for his long arm repression.

  2. stop patting yourself on the back for great work, this should never even got to this level under the NYC police watch how embarrassing, They must be laughing at our country

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