Dissident’s “Spy Wife"
Exiled ex-Tiananmen student leader Liu Gang, 50,
suddenly accused his wife Guo Yinghua of being
a Chinese military spy, who specializes in gathering
info on overseas democracy activists, on May 28.
Liu gave a list of evidences of her spy identity.
Liu hopes, by exposing the case, to warn the world
of the methods of Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Exiled in U.S. dissident Liu met Guo 4 years ago.
Guo was then working for a U.S. airline.
As per Liu, said Guo contacted him online first.
Only a few hours after their first face-to-face meeting,
Guo proposed marriage. In 2008, they got married.
However, “she deprived him financially and politically"
by forbidding his participation in anti-CCP activities
and by costing him a fortune to purchase cars,
diamonds and other valuables. She even transferred
money from his bank account to those of her own.
The couple turned against each other in late 2010.
The grounds for a divorce proposed by Liu were
that CCP sent his wife undercover to spy on him.
On May 28, Liu disclosed details on Twitter.
Liu listed some evidences of Guo being an agent.
For example, she has an excellent marksmanship;
she admitted at court to having military background;
she has 13 U.S. accounts and receives USD 60,000
from the CCP’s military yearly; her maids of honor
at his wedding are known CCP agents in the U.S.
Liu wrote on Twitter that he reported Guo to FBI.
Guo graduated from the 2nd Military Medical University
in Shanghai. She has the rank of Captain.
Guo received espionage training for many years.
After being imprisoned due to Tiananmen Massacre,
Liu came to the U.S. in April 1996.
He is often involved in anti-CCP activities, including
setting up a funeral committee for Zhao Ziyang, and
initiating “velvet action" to commemorate Tiananmen.
With extreme hatred, the CCP has launched
this “unrestricted warfare” against him.
In recent years, the CCP used “unrestricted warfare"
with beautiful female spies from time to time.
A Japanese consul in Shanghai was caught
in a CCP honey trap and committed suicide.
In 2010, three South Korean consuls in Shanghai
were revealed to have an affair with a Chinese female.
All three were transferred back for selling intelligence.
Liu said Guo lied on her green card application form.
He said his exposure is not to disgrace Guo,
but to make CCP’s methods known to the world.
Liu said, the CCP is ruthless towards its agents.
Once exposed, “her value is completely ruined.
The CCP would never send her money like before.
She will live like a rat for the rest of her life.
She cannot even return to China, as the CCP will
never acknowledge her as a military officer.
She will have no country.”
Liu Gang, 50, was a student at Peking Univ. in 1984.
He was a university student leader in 1989.
After the massacre, he was on the CCP’s wanted list,
ranking the 3rd, only after Wang Dan and Wu’er Kaixi.
NTD reporters Shang Yan and Guo Jing