From: Toronto Sun
David B. Harris
Sex-and-spying award winner?
China’s nominee is surely Katrina Leung, codenamed Parlour Maid. She’d pocketed $1.7 million in FBI money to spy on China by the time Washington figured out she was moonlighting as a double agent for Beijing – while bedding two senior FBI counterintelligence officers, in the process.
Now, that’s dexterity.
Chinese citizen Su first graced our shores in 2002. The aerospace engineer owns PRC-based Lode-Tech, an aviation-technology company. Feds call him the “directing mind” of a cyberspy ring targeting U.S. defence contractors, including Boeing. Nothing has been proved, but a Canadian judge ordered Su held, pending proceedings aimed at sending him to the United States for quality time with American prosecutors.
These cases raise big questions.