John Liu's Financial Officer arrested, alerting pro-CCP group
In the process of running for mayor, Chinese-American New
York City Comptroller John Liu was suspected of accepting Chinese Communist Party (CCP) political contributions.
Two of his major staffs were arrested by the U.S. FBI.
The former mayor of New York believes that the next person
targeted by the FBI will be John Liu himself.
Analysts said that the U.S. government will grasp the clue and
remove all persons and organizations that support CCP in USA.
On February 28th, Hou Jia, the USA New York City Comptroller,
John Liu's campaign finance director had his property raided and
was arrested suddenly by the U.S. Federal
Bureau of Investigation.
At maximum, Hou Jia may be sentenced to 60 years in prison.
This is another of John Liu's core staff who has been arrested by
the U.S. F.B.I. after his main fundraiser, the Fujian Association
community leaders Pan Xinwu was sued by the federal court.
These two arrests are related to fraud in campaign fund-raising.
According to analysts, these funds were from CCP's political donation.
But they divided the money and gave it to several people and
donated a large sum of money to John Liu.
This way they avoided the threshold limit for individual
It is understood that the founding president of the
Beijing Association in New York City is Hou Jia's father.
Professor Zhang Xinyu, the founder of Global Freedom of
Information Movement, pointed out that
CCP takes the so-called united front to bribe overseas
compatriots of community leaders to support it.
To this day that CCP is about to be disintegrated, these people
should find their own position.
Zhang Xinyu: "The federal government will follow the vine
to touch the melon, this way, CCP will soon collapse.
Overseas compatriots should see this trend, do not do anything
for the criminal groups which will fail soon and be nailed to the shame pillar of history.
To do so, the person himself will be involved in it and be
thrown into the dustbin of history together."
John Liu is currently serving as New York City Comptroller,
and his parents came from Taiwan.
He is now running for the Mayor of New York's office.
He had secretly gone to mainland China, accepting "Ten Outstanding Overseas Youth Award”.
After he came back, he organized several pro-CCP activities,
and supported the mobs and CCP accomplices, who attacked Falun Gong practitioners in Flushing in 2008.
Tang Baiqiao, Chairman of the "China's peaceful league of
democracies" in New York, said that, although John Liu was raised in the U.S.,
once CCP used fame and fortune to seduce him,
he went with them, forgetting his oath as a U.S. citizen.
Tang Baiqiao: "John Liu is now caught in a dilemma. He was very
clear that there is not only no possibility for him to run for mayor,
but the opportunity for him to be a free person is less
and less. He may one day go into prison.
The pro-CCP persons and the media are still supporting John
Liu. In doing so, in fact, they are putting him in the spotlight.
John Liu himself and the black hands behind him may suffer
the consequences they themselves cannot imagine."
Tang Baiqiao said that after the arrest of Pan Xinwu, those pro-
CCP persons in Flushing had a lot of convergence.
However, Tang Baiqiao advises these people that if they want
to be free of fear,
they should confess all crimes to the U.S. government and
detach completely from the CCP.
Tang Baiqiao: "Now I heard some voices in society. Some store
owners privately say: we were fooled, we lost and were cheated.
In turn, they may also be implicated by John Liu, because they
were unscrupulous in a period of time.
In the United States, they thought that as long as CCP backs
them up quietly, they can do all kinds of illegal activities.
They hit Falun Gong practitioners, openly raided U.S. citizens
Now they suddenly feel that even John Liu is affected.
They feel very nervous."
In recent years, a number of CCP spies in the United States
After the incident, CCP has always denied everything,
leading to the suicide of a number of spies.
Bian Hexiang, chairman of "Guardian of the U.S. alliance,"
said the arrest of John Liu's campaign finance officer is
sounded the alarm to the pro-CCP groups overseas.
NTD reporters Liu Hui and Zhou Ping