Man charged with trying to take U.S. military documents to China




 
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December 10th, 2014  
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former Connecticut resident and Chinese citizen who allegedly worked on the F135 engine was charged with trying to take sensitive documents about military technology to China, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Tuesday. Yu Long was en route to China in November via Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey where customs officers found proprietary documents in his luggage that included equations and test results used to develop titanium for U.S. military aircraft, prosecutors said. Yu Long was arrested two days later in Ithaca, New York. U.S. ...

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