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Chinese Spy posed as translator to President Xi

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posted on Oct, 25 2015 @ 08:31 PM
That is very very sneaky. its not clear what the incentive is here for the Chinese. though its not a secret of cyber war China is waging against what seems like every nation, even its allies... they just signed a major Nuclear deal with the UK.
maybe the spy had gadgets or bugs it wanted to plant in the carriage or official rooms where they would have their delegations, or on the queen herself?

will we ever hear more on this story?

A Chinese spy tried to get into the Queen royal carriage during last week's official state visit, it was claimed today.

The official was allegedly intercepted by members of the diplomatic protection squad when he posed as an official interpreter.

British officials believe the agent wanted to join China's President Xi and the Queen as they travelled down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace.

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posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 04:43 PM
If the spy was competent in English and Chinese (whatever dialect of that they were using), then its actually possible he was genuinely acting as a translator. Especially when his identity was quite well known.

Still, he was intercepted and blocked by MI5, no harm done.

posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 05:20 PM
a reply to: BMorris

Yea. heads up by MI5.

but since China is getting involved more and more in Cyber Warfare, it begs to wonder what sort of nifty Gadgets could have been slipped on the Queen or wherever else they held their meetings.

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