Thursday, November 04, 2010

Taiwan's military intelligence thorough infiltrated - Wendell Minnick

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Two high-profile arrests in Taiwan show that China has thoroughly infiltrated Taiwan's Military Intelligence Bureau (MIB), writes Wendell Minnick in Defense News.
Col. Lo Chi-cheng of the MIB and Taiwanese businessman Lo Pin are accused of supplying Beijing with the identities of MIB agents working in China. Both men were arrested Nov. 1. The number of MIB spies compromised since the two began giving information to China in 2007 was not revealed.
The MIB is responsible for collecting military intelligence within China and has a history of recruiting Taiwanese businessmen working in China.
The MIB recruited Lo Pin in 2005 to collect intelligence in China, but after a year, Chinese authorities arrested and allegedly tortured him. Lo Pin agreed to return to Taiwan as a double agent and recruited his MIB handler, Lo Chi-cheng, paying him about $100,000 over four years.
In Defense News an overview of earlier cases of infiltration into the MIB.

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