The spy who wasn’t? New York police officer desires badge again

On a September day in 2020, New York Metropolis Police Officer Baimadajie Angwang kissed his toddler goodbye and was about to drive to work when he was surrounded by rifle-toting FBI brokers. Angwang, a former U.S. Marine, spent six months in a federal detention heart earlier than he was freed on bail whereas awaiting trial on costs that he fed details about New York’s Tibetan neighborhood to officers on the Chinese language consulate in New York. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn dropped the fees Jan. 19, saying solely that they have been performing “within the curiosity of justice.”