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Chinese Mar-a-Lago Intruder 'Playing Games With The Court," U.S. Judge Says

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
Chinese Mar-a-Lago Intruder 'Playing Games With The Court, U.S. Judge SaysThe Chinese woman arrested in March while trying to enter U.S. President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago with a trove of electronics appeared briefly in federal court on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where a judge accused her of being intentionally difficult when she refused to answer his questions out loud, the South China Morning Post reported. “The defendant has decided that she wants to play games with the court,” said U.S. District Judge Roy Altman. On several occasions Altman was forced to describe Zhang Yujing’s nods or smiles into the record when she refused to answer. Zhang, 33, was indicted on charges of trespassing and lying to a federal agent, charges that carry maximum...
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News video: Suspected Mar-a-Lago intruder to go on trial in September, judge accuses her of playing games

Suspected Mar-a-Lago intruder to go on trial in September, judge accuses her of playing games 01:47

The jury trial for a Chinese woman accused of sneaking into President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort is set for the first week of September. 33-year-old Yujing Zhang, who's representing herself as her own attorney, appeared in federal court in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday afternoon in a dark blue...

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