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U.S. sen Dianne Feinstein back to dismiss a worker for a few years, was allegedly part of an effort to spy and pass on the political intelligence of the Chinese government.
The employee, with the seat in the democratic San Francisco office, it was suspected that the provision of political intelligence, although nothing top secret, officials will be based on the local Chinese Consulate, Politico reported.
The FBI informed Feinstein, the former Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, about five years ago on the employee, and allegations that the employee was a spy. The source, who confirmed the incident to the San Francisco Chronicle said: “Dianne was humiliated,” on learning about it.
The alleged spy was used as the legislator of the drivers in California, but also took on other tasks, including the support in your office in San Francisco to know and Feinstein liaison to the Asian-American community in the state. He visited the Chinese Consulate events on behalf of the senator.
A former official said that the spy handler, “probably an award in China” for its efforts to penetrate Feinstein’s office and pass on intelligence.
Ex-CIA officer suspected of spying for China
The driver was allegedly years, recruited after he became friends with on one of the trips to Asia, someone from China, the chronicle reported the Ministry of state security, the country’s intelligence and security Agency.
“He didn’t know what was going on, he was recruited,” a source the publication said. “He thought it was a friend.”
The FBI was not able to charge the individual, possibly because he ran on the political intelligence as a classified materials to the prosecution is almost impossible.
“You have interviewed him, and Dianne forced him to withdraw, and this was the end of” the chronicle of the source. “None of your employees ever knew what was going on. They kept it quiet.”
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.