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Naturalized Citizen Charged With Giving US Secrets To China

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Naturalized Citizen Charged With Giving US Secrets To China

Naturalized Citizen Charged With Giving US Secrets To China

Reuters reports a San Francisco tour guide may ultimately end his days in the equivalent of Alcatraz.

56-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen Xuehua Peng is also known as Edward Peng.

Federal prosecutors said on Monday Peng is charged with working as an agent of the Chinese government.

He's accused of collecting U.S. national security secrets from furtive locations and delivering them cloak and dagger style to Beijing.

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