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SDNY Prosecutors Warned By Judge After Admitting “Working With China” to Prosecute Miles Guo, CCP’s Most Wanted Man.

by Matthew Palumbo

On March 15, 2023, Miles Guo, a leading critic of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and founder of the New Federal State of China was arrested by federal authorities in New York. Over 100 FBI agents raided his New York residence, handcuffed him, and then took him to court for interrogation on allegations of fraud.

Suspicious circumstances surrounded the arrest; hours after Guo was taken into custody, with presumably only FBI agents inside his home, a fire broke out and damaged the property. How does this happen without explanation with federal agents on his property? Were there documents they saw fit to destroy? Even days later, the origin of the fire is unknown, and its origins are getting more suspicious by the second it remains unexplained.

The news of Guo’s arrest spread like wildfire in the media and on social media, with many accounts affiliated with the American political left, and pro-CCP accounts, celebrating the arrest.

Backlash from Guo exposing the corruption within the Chinese government forced him to flee to the U.S. from China in 2014 due to political persecution for exposing the CCP’s secrets. He’s remained a thorn in the CCP’s side since moving to the U.S., and they’ve gone into overdrive targeting him.

Guo’s arraignment on March 15th was presided over by Judge Katherine H. Parker – and she made things interesting. Apparently worried about the Government withholding critical information “favorable to an accused,” Judge Parker informed New York prosecutors that they have a legal obligation, continuing and affirmative, to disclose to Mr. Guo any and all information that may help impeach a Government-produced witness testimony and/or is otherwise favorable to Mr. Guo, including their contacts with foreign governments or other contacts that may be conflicts of interest by any persons involved in the prosecution or investigation of Guo’s case.

It was a reminder they needed.

In a moment where you could hear a pin drop, the prosecutors were forced to admit in court in front of a federal judge that they had “worked a lot with China” – the lawless regime with a vested interest in taking down Guo – during their investigation into him. This alone completely obliterates any credibility the prosecution may claim to have.

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