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NASA OIG Report on Bo Jiang and NASA Langley Actions

NASA OIG Report: Bo Jiang’s Access to NASA’s Langley Research Center “On March 16, 2013, agents from the Department of Homeland Security conducted a border search of former NASA contractor Bo Jiang at Dulles International Airport as part of an investigation of potential export control violations. Jiang, a citizen of the Peoples Republic of China, was preparing to fly home to China. After questioning him about what electronic media he […]

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  • October 22, 2013
Attn Frank Wolf: Bo Jiang Had Porn – Not Secrets – on His Laptop

U.S. Finds Porn Not Secrets on Suspected China Spy’s Laptop, Business Week “Bo Jiang, who was indicted March 20 for allegedly making false statements to the U.S., was charged yesterday in a separate criminal information in federal court in Newport News, Virginia. Jiang unlawfully downloaded copyrighted movies and sexually explicit films onto his NASA laptop, according to the court filing. A plea hearing is set for tomorrow.” NIA Statement On […]

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  • May 2, 2013
Bo Jiang Released Pending Trial

Chinese ex-NASA worker to be released pending trial “At a detention hearing today, U.S. Magistrate Judge Lawrence Leonard ordered Jiang released after a federal prosecutor acknowledged there is no evidence so far that he was in possession of any sensitive, secret or classified material. Jiang will be under supervision of the federal probation office, will be prohibited from traveling outside the Eastern District of Virginia, and will be tracked by […]

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  • March 28, 2013
Bo Jiang To Plead Not Guilty; Will Ask For Jury Trial

Attorney: Former Chinese contractor at NASA’s Langley Research Center to plead not guilty, Washington Post “Jiang’s attorney Fernando Groene said Jiang was unfairly targeted and is looking forward to being vindicated. He said he plans to ask for a jury trial and wants Jiang’s side of the story coming out. Groene said Jiang was leaving the country because his work visa was about to expire and he had been unable […]

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  • March 22, 2013