Suspected CIA Traitor Arrested At JFK


Former CIA official, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53 was arrested yesterday at JFK Airport upon his entry into the country from Hong Kong. A naturalized citizen, Lee had worked for the agency for 13 years until resigning in 2007 over displeasure at his advancement within the agency.

Lee is reportedly a suspect from the  anti-American spy network in China that led to the arrest and execution of 20 informants. Investigators believe Lee took classified materials with him in 2007 that revealed names and phone numbers of “CIA assets” in China.  More 


19 Comments on Suspected CIA Traitor Arrested At JFK

  1. …. first line of defense…. failing!

    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

  2. 5 years of prison, of which he might serve 2-1/2 years, and then retire on his chi-com blood money. Is this a great country, or what?

  3. I’ve worked with Chinese government employees who could barely speak English. They’re peppered all throughout the government bureaucracy. I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if over 1% of government analysts with access to secure databases are actually foreign spies.

  4. One of Obama’s heroes.

    We always hear how terrible it was that Democrat hero President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s internment camps for the Japanese during WWII was evil.
    But then you get one of these deals – in this case Chinese, but similar.

  5. There is the rule of law to observe and I suspect that the “Unlawful retention of classified documents” charge with the maximum punishment of 10 years is just the one they have him cold turkey on which they used to arrest and hold him. If they prove he handed the material to the Chinese and as a result people died, then he could be for the high jump or at least forever in a supermax. That is after the interrogation that empties his brain.

  6. “with unlawful retention of national defense information ”

    Kinda like what Hillary, Huma and Mills did, Huh?

    It’s good to be “elite” political hacks.

  7. Anyone from China is a spy. They work their way into government agencies or Fortune 500 companies…they infiltrate the state and commit corporate espionage for their country and they just throw thousands of people at us.

    We’re all open and accepting while they are cutting our throats with our feel good policies. I’ve worked with a number of people over the years and it’s like – “this guy is a fucking spy who acts like he’s being watched by his own people”. They don’t act like Americans, don’t act like they want to become an American, and can barely mask the contempt that they have for Americans.

    In case no one saw the story on Drudge earlier about “The Confucius Institute(s)” being setup in schools all over the US.


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