US cuts prices in opposition to Tibetan-born Big Apple police officer accused of ties to China

The charges against an ethnic Tibetan, the Big Apple city police officer accused of concealing ties to Beijing and spying on Tibetans in New York, were roppded Thursday

In documents filed last week, prosecutors from the US attorney's office in Brooklyn said they had found "additional facts related to the charges" against Baimadajie Angwang

They did not explain what the new records became during a court hearing on Thursday, while US District Judge Eric Komitee officially ignored the charges.

Prosecutors ordered prosecutors to select the evidence that led them to request the dismissal were "categorized," according to WABC in New York.

In September 2020, Angwang was charged with acting as a foreign government agent without notifying the US government. Three other accounts against him

Angwang's lawyer, John Carman, said prosecutors had invoked the labeled statistics strategies act to avoid explaining the dismissed indictment to "absolutely 

Carman said the utility shelving became "without prejudice," meaning prosecutors might want to reopen the case in the future if new evidence is discovered

After the fees were introduced, Angwang spent about six months in custody before being released on bail. He has been suspended with pay from the Big Apple Police

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