Why am I not surprised?
Chinese `spy’ really was, US finds
A Chinese-born US resident, defended by Washington two years ago when she was jailed in China on espionage charges, on Wednesday pleaded guilty to illegally selling US technology to China.
Gao Zhan (高瞻) pleaded guilty in the US District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, to unlawfully exporting a controlled item and making a false tax return, court documents showed. The US Attorney’s office said she sold Beijing microprocessors with possible military use.
The charge covered a transaction in October 2000, three months before Gao was arrested in China and accused of spying for Taiwan.