Skip to comments.Two apparent NASA espionage cases have striking similarities
Posted on 05/10/2013 8:40:09 PM PDT by Islander7
For the second time in three years, U.S. Attorneys have sought to prosecute foreign nationals at NASA on national security grounds, only to dramatically reverse course and shut down their investigations.
Most recently, federal prosecutors abruptly ended their case on May 3 against Bo Jiang, a Chinese citizen and former NASA contractor at the agency's Langley Research Center.
Jiang had been arrested March 16 when federal agents intercepted him at Dulles International Airport as he tried to board a one-way flight for China. He was carrying two laptops and associated equipment.
But in the end, the authorities accepted a plea agreement in which Jiang pleaded guilty to one count of violating a NASA equipment regulation and agreed to leave the country within 48 hours.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a February letter to the U.S. Assistant Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco asking if "political considerations" influenced the decision not to prosecute Marshall.
Every day it’s a new thrill reading about another Justice Department -Obama giveaway to foreign countries.
All of this happening right before our eyes and our politicians either in on it or ignoring it.
We begin to see the unraveling. The crows may gather.
"...and then I tell Bally, 'You ret oul spy go and we not follclose on you debt!' HAHAHAHA"
The author, Pollock, in the Washington Examiner staff has a whole series of articles on this security failing with NASA culminating in the failure to prosecute.
This thing only has Grassely trying to dig through it. It needs to get some attention. Click on the link and then click on the author and you can see that NASA has been an intentional security breech to China.
This needs legs.