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Feds Bust Chinese Blackmail Ring Designed to Get Dirt on American Politicians and Military Leaders

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A “high-end” prostitution ring involving politicians, military higher-ups, and corporate big-wigs was just busted by the DOJ – and officials fear it was a Chinese blackmail operation all along.

Three people have been charged with conspiracy to coerce and entice to travel to engage in illegal sexual activity.

Han Lee, James Lee and Junmyung Lee were the three suspects who, according to the DOJ, ran “sophisticated high-end brothels in greater Boston and eastern Virginia. Commercial sex buyers allegedly included elected officials, high tech and pharmaceutical executives, doctors, military officers, government contractors that possess security clearances, professors, attorneys, scientists and accountants, among others.”

 

The operation which focused on acquiring a very-specific kind of high-powered clientele, had reportedly been in operation since July of 2020 as far as DOJ officials are aware.

A special agent with the Department of Homeland Security who was investigating the operation found that the suspects would advertise women on two different websites “under the guise of professional nude photo shoots.”

Clients would book appointments with a woman on one of the two websites and then would be sent a location, according to the DOJ. Both sites claimed to not promote commercial sexual activity, but investigators said women were advertised on the sites for prostitution.

“All three target subjects have engaged in substantial amounts of cash deposits and peer-to-peer transfers with one another and others who I believe are tied to the conspiracy. I believe this transfer of money is consistent with the targets sharing the proceeds of the prostitution business and also disguising the true nature and source of the funds,” the DOJ added.

But after these three men were charges and investigators continued to gather more details about what they were really up to, it became clear that it was very likely this was much more than just your average prostitution ring.

Specifically targeting powerful individuals tied to the U.S. government, investigators now believe that the operation was a CCP-linked blackmail scheme to give them leverage over American officials in order to get them to betray the country.

The locations of the brothels themselves gave credence to this theory.

Locations in Cambridge and Watertown, Massachusetts – both cities near Boston – were believed to be strategically setup to target high-tech government contract centers like Cambridge and Tysons Corner.

Other locations in Tysons and Fairfax, Virginia were set up in close proximity to Washington, D.C. where some of the most powerful people in America frequently are.

The belief is that the Chinese government used these locations to prey on the sick sexual desires of America’s rich and powerful by catching them in compromising situations – and it worked.

At least now it makes sense why some of our politicians and military leaders have been so quick to bend over for China.

The DOJ has the client list which would give us a good indication of those who might have been compromised by this CCP blackmail operation, but of course, they have no intention of releasing it because these powerful individuals are apparently above accountability – even if it is for committing treason.


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