Chinese professor accused of Huawei, fraud, in that context, asking why the case was moved to Brooklyn

(Ap) – A lawyer for a Chinese professor, has been accused of gaining from the technology of a Silicon Valley startup to take advantage of China’s Huawei, on Wednesday, told a federal judge that he would like to know why it is the case in her Brooklyn courtroom.

Professor Bo Mao, was arrested last month in Texas, and the public prosecutor’s office in the first instance, and said that he should be kept behind bars, citing a risk of serious danger and that he has been on the run, obstructing justice, according to court documents.

However, the prosecutors changed their position, when Mao zedong, agreed to waive indictment and to allow the case to proceed in the states, where a similar case is pending against Huawei for alleged fraud, and the penalties for violations.

Huawei has not been charged in the Known case, however, the case against the teacher is seen as a direct hit on the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker that the united states is saying, it is a threat to national security.

On Wednesday, Mao’s attorney, Richard Roper, told U.s. District Court Judge Ann Donnelly, he found that the terms and conditions of Mao zedong’s release, “extraordinary” and said that the motion has been filed to transfer the case to her.

The case was not related to anything in this area,” Roper, a former Attorney with the u.s. in Texas, he said, in a reference to the Brooklyn location.

District attorney Alex Solomon said that the transfer of exercise of the grand jury, and information could only be shared if and when that became public, which suggests that there may be more to come.

Donnelly is the court that is overseeing the case against Huawei for allegedly misleading banks about its activities in Iran, and to the officers of justice, in Mao’s case, it is now the same as in the case of a Chinese company. A court document says the case for the US v, Huawei ascend case.

As a public defender, not a private attorney, had represented to Mao, then they have the right to take up the challenge which he would be liable to prosecution.

To the right, trying to make light of the situation.

“It’s right here,” Kramer told the advocate in Texas. “We’re not so bad after all. Get to know us.”

The move is the next court date for Nov. 13.

The criminal case against Mao, grows out of a contract he signed with the San Jose, California, and on the basis of CNEX Labs, the use of the circuit board for inspection.

Outside, to the knowledge of the tech company’s, Mao’s, was also doing the work of phone in what seems like a similar product, according to a criminal complaint, which accused Mao secretly to the provision of CNEX is the proprietary information of Huawei in violation of this agreement.

The complaint will be documented, but it is not for the purpose of identifying the Chinese telecommunications conglomerate, or a tech startup.

Mao zedong, 36, was released from prison in Texas after six days behind bars. He will have Texas in the home from 7 am to 7 pm, and restrict his travel to Texas and New York, and to allow electronic surveillance and does not apply to a Chinese diplomatic facilities. A $100,000 bond was posted.

Reporting by Karen Freifeld; Editing by Chris Sanders and Tom Brown

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