Houston Chinese Consulate Likely Burned Secret Reports on Spy Operations: Former Chinese Diplomat

July 25, 2020   |   Referencing article published by theepochtimes.com
The Chinese consulate in Houston that was recently forced to close likely burned secret documents detailing spy operations and instructions from the Chinese regime’s leadership, according to a former Chinese diplomat.
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