Secret Service Agents arrested a woman in President Tramp's Florida resort last weekend According to Dean Barrett
A reporter focused on national security and law enforcement court documents after being found to carry two Chinese passports and a thumb with malicious software
Prosecutors say the woman, Eugene Zhang, first approached the Mar-a-Lago checkpoint on Saturday shortly after noon and said the security staff that she was there to go to the swimming pool n. , was her father, but she did not give a definite answer, "according to a criminal complaint filed by special intelligence agent Samuel Ivanovic. – Zhang also did not give a definite answer to the question if he was there to meet someone. Because of the potential problem with the language barrier, Mar-a-Lago believed she was a Zhang member's relative and allowed her to enter the property.
After several times asked him the question, Zhang finally replied that he was there for a Sino-American UN Association later in the evening, "the complaint said. "The Receptionist knew this event did not exist," but when agent Ivanovich followed other questions, Zhang claimed to have arrived early for the event to "get acquainted with the property and shoot".
At this point, Zhang submitted a paperwork that she said was her invitation to the event, but she was in Chinese and the agent could not read it. "During her second Zhang interview, she claims that her Chinese friend Charles told her to travel from Shanghai, China to Palm Beach, Florida, to attend this event and try to talk to a member of the president's family for Chinese and US foreign economic relations. The agents could not get any information, in particular identifying the alleged contact of Jan, Charles, "said the complainant, and questioned that the search for her belongings led to four cell phones, a laptop, a hard disk and a thumb that contained" malware ", according to the crime, and the authorities said that despite her initial claim to go swimming, she did not wear a swimsuit
She was accused of having made false statements to a federal law enforcement officer log in in a restricted zone, said it was a "current investigation" and refused additional comments