US orders Chinese consulate to close amid spying investigation, so they started burning documents

July 22, 2020 / 872 views

Looks like the you know what has hit the fan! The people inside of a Chinese consulate in Houston started burning documents after the United States ordered them to close. This is all part of an investigation into espionage and theft.

Click 2 Houston reported "The U.S. said in a brief statement that the consulate was ordered closed “to protect American intellectual property and American’s private information.” It did not provide any details.

“The United States will not tolerate the PRC’s violations of our sovereignty and intimidation of our people, just as we have not tolerated the PRC’s unfair trade practices, theft of American jobs, and other egregious behavior. President Trump insists on fairness and reciprocity in U.S.-China relations,” said Morgan Ortagus, a State Department spokesperson. “We have directed the closure of PRC Consulate General Houston, in order to protect American intellectual property and American’s private information."

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