U.S. charges two Chinese defendants with trying to obstruct telecom prosecution

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By Jonathan Stempel and Sarah N. Lynch NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors have charged two Chinese nationals with trying to obstruct the prosecution of a Chinese global telecommunications company, according to a filing in federal court in Brooklyn. The defendants Guochun He and Zheng Wang were charged in a criminal complaint dated Oct. 20 and made public on Monday. The telecommunications company is a defendant in an ongoing prosecution, where the U.S. Department of Justice announced a superseding indictment in February 2020. The complaint does not name the company, though it contains detail…

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