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I-Team Report: Code Red




I-Team Report: Code Red
I-Team Report: Code Red



http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/iteam&id=6691718 

[Backround on Hanjuan Jin,
http://www.infosecnews.org/hypermail/0804/14642.html 
http://www.infosecnews.org/hypermail/0809/15374.html 
http://www.infosecnews.org/hypermail/0806/15007.html - WK] 


By Chuck Goudie
WLS
March 4, 2009

When the I-Team first reported on Hanjuan Jin about a year ago, she had 
been charged with stealing technical secrets from her employer, 
Motorola, for the purpose of selling them to a competitor in her native 
China.

This has become even more serious. It's a case of 'code red' as federal 
authorities have now essentially accused Jin of spying for the Chinese 
military.

Goudie: "The federal government is saying basically that you're a 
corporate spy. What about that?
Jin: No I'm not. I'm not. I'm not.
Goudie: You're not a spy?
Jin: They made a mistake."

Last spring, when we met Hanjuan Jin near her suburban home, she denied 
being a technology thief while employed here at Motorola headquarters in 
Schaumburg. 

Indeed, federal prosecutors say Ms. Jin had a more critical role.

According to a superseding indictment, Jin engaged in economic espionage 
intended to benefit the People's Republic of China.

In the new charges, Jin is accused of possessing Motorola engineering 
information that would benefit the Chinese military and that in 2006 
after stealing top secret Motorola files, schematics and military 
communication plans she made a bee-line for Beijing.

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