(Worthy News) – “I’m deeply concerned about this, and I’m not going to just let it lie,” FBI Director Christopher Wray told Congress on Thursday, after Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) asked him about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) opening police stations in the United States to surveil Chinese dissidents.
“It seems obvious the U.S. shouldn’t allow its most significant geopolitical rival, an oppressive communist regime, to establish police stations in the U.S.,” Scott told the Senate Homeland Security Committee. “What authority or jurisdiction does the CCP have in the U.S.?”
Wray said the FBI is “looking into the legal parameters” of the situation: “But I — suffice to say, I can tell you, from an FBI director perspective, I’m deeply concerned about this and I’m not going to just let it lie.” [ Source: CNS News (Read More…) ]
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