Rock Chalk China Prof Convicted

Progressive outcry didn't seem to sway this case . . . Here's the aftermath that deserves a look:

Tao was the first professor charged and convicted under the now-canceled U.S. Department of Justice "China Initiative." The initiative began during the Trump administration to identify trade theft cases and economic espionage from the Chinese government.

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Federal jury convicts KU professor Feng "Franklin" Tao on 3 counts of wire fraud

Following a two-week trial, a federal jury has convicted University of Kansas chemistry professor Feng "Franklin" Tao, 47, of three counts of wire fraud and one count of false statements in a case involving his ties to a Chinese university.Federal prosecutors accused Tao of not disclosing his employment at a Chinese university to the University of Kansas.