A Florida jury has found for Mar-a-Lago, an intruder will not be guilty of trespassing

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A Florida jury has acquitted a Chinese woman, on a Wednesday no to the President, Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, only after she told me that she does not understand, a security guard told her to leave.

However, the jury found li Jing, Lu, 56, who is against a police officer without violence when its Necessary. 18 arrests. The incident is the second in 2019, the Chinese national charged with illegally entering the Home’s Florida resort.

Prosecutors told the jury that D intentionally enter into a “computed” and “target” mode. She has been in custody since she was arrested because her visa to stay in the United States is about to expire.

In This Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019 at the latest, file booking photo from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office in Fla., let the Jing Lu. A Florida jury on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2019 is not found, Jing Lu, a 56-year-old Chinese woman, is not guilty of hacking into the President, Donald Trump has been a part-time residence in Palm Beach.
(The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Prosecutors say they ignored a warning to leave the grounds and return through a side door, and continued to take pictures. The Mar-a-Lago, is now the Trump card is the official residence of the motion of the City of New York, as last year, but he wasn’t in Florida when Lu was arrested and imprisoned.

Rd, bear witness to, through a Mandarin interpreter, she said, as she paid $200 for a Chinese tour guide to show her off at various South Florida locations. She told me that her language barrier prevented her from understanding the of a security officer’s orders to exit the house.

The Security guard, Murray Fulton, told the jury that he used a hand gesture to make his warnings clear to her.

Controller’s guide to taking her to Palm Beach and the Worth Avenue shopping district, where they were followed by two Palm Beach police officers. She testified that she would not be allowed to be questioned and resisted when they tried to take her in hand cuffs.


Lu testified that she was scared when the officers approached her, adding that she didn’t know why she was fascinated by it.

A Palm Beach County Judge Mark Eissey set, Provided the sentencing on Friday. She faces up to a year in jail on the misdemeanor charge.

The Mar-a-Lago is a result of a breach of the security, with at least three no one the events of the past 14 months, and two of them involve Chinese nationals.

This past March, Yujing Zhang, a 33-year-old Shanghai woman, gave access to the Mar-a-Lago, the telling of the Secret service agents were there to get in the water. The Club’s employees, then confuse her to be a member of the daughter’s, and gave it to her, before she was stopped in the lobby by a suspicious clerk who alerted other police officers.


Zhang was carrying a laptop computer, cell phones, and other electronic equipment, which led to the initial speculation that she might be a spy, but she had never been accused of being a spy, and text messages she exchanged with the trip organizer to indicate she was a big fan of the president, and wanted to meet him, or his family, and to talk about possible deals.

Zhang was found guilty in September of the hacking and lying to the Secret Service agents. She was sentenced in November to time served and ordered deported.

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