February 14, 2006
Written by C.N.
As news organizations like CNN are reporting, there is another allegation of domestic spying for China:
The man, identified as Ko-Suen Moo of Taipei, is charged with being a covert Chinese agent, and working with a Frenchman to try to ship sophisticated high-tech military equipment from the United States to China.
Moo and Serge Voros of Paris have been indicted in Miami, Florida with attempting to export an F-16 aircraft engine, Black Hawk helicopter engines, cruise missiles, and air-to-air missiles to China.
The accused in this case appears to be a Taiwanese national, rather than a Taiwanese American. Nonetheless, it is inevitable that these latest allegations will only serve to cast more suspicion on Asian Americans as a whole, with our loyalties as Americans getting called into question one more time.
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