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UC Davis researcher accused of hiding ties to Chinese military is hiding in consulate, U.S. says – Los Angeles Times

A UC Davis cancer researcher, suspected of being a clandestine member of the Chinese military, has taken refuge in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, according to U.S. prosecutors.

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A UC Davis cancer researcher, suspected of being a clandestine member of the Chinese military, has taken refuge in the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, according to U.S. prosecutors.
The researcher, Juan Tang, is charged with visa fraud, accused of concealing her membership in Chinas military and Communist Party in seeking permission to work in a radiation oncology lab at UC Davis. She fled to the consulate after being interviewed by FBI agents in late June, prosecutors said.
Tang is a fug…

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