Canadian citizen indicted in China on charges of stealing state secrets
Updated: 2016-01-29 05:54
SHENYANG -- A Canadian citizen has been accused of spying and stealing China's state secrets, Chinese authorities said on Thursday.
Kevin Garratt has been indicted by prosecutors in Dandong city in Northeast China's Liaoning province. The case will be tried at the Dandong Intermediate People's Court.
During the investigation, Chinese authorities also found evidence which implicates Garratt in accepting tasks from Canadian espionage agencies to gather intelligence in China.
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