Data Map: On January 2, local time, the Chinese Consulate General in San Francisco, two federal agents in plain clothes investigated the scene. On the evening of the 1st, the main entrance of the Chinese Consulate General in San Francisco was burned down. China News Service issued a report by Chen Gang.
China News Service, February 13th, according to the US Chinese website, on the morning of the 12th local time, the US federal court in San Francisco, the US federal court in San Francisco, launched an arson in the Chinese Consulate General in San Francisco. The 4th pre-trial hearing, the suspect of the case, Feng Yanfeng, appeared in court.
According to reports, the trial scheduled to be held at 9:30 local time was postponed to 10 o’clock. The 39-year-old Chinese suspect Feng Yanfeng was wearing a red prison uniform and was brought to court with his ankle. This time, his face is not as heavy as the previous times, it seems a lot easier, not only the pace is strong, but also a smile, but also with a smile, with his defense lawyer Steve · Kolar shaking hands.
After the defense lawyer and the prosecution lawyer briefly stated the case, the judge asked the name and age of the suspect. Feng Yanfeng answered them one by one, and the judge announced that the next trial will be held at 9:30 on February 14th. get on.
The trial lasted only less than five minutes, and the suspect’s public defense lawyer, Steve · Kolar still refused to face the media. According to court staff, the arson of the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco is still at the pre-trial hearing stage, and the date of the preliminary review has not yet been determined.
At 21:25 on January 1, 2014, the main entrance of the Chinese Consulate General in San Francisco was burned with gasoline and burned, causing the main entrance of the consulate to be severely damaged. The glass above the gate was broken and the national emblem was completely The blackened stone was destroyed, and the stone lion on the right side of the gate became black. The local police then arrested the suspect Feng Yanfeng.
The suspect, Feng Yanfeng, came from Fujian and won the US Green Card in 2004. According to court documents, Feng Yanfeng was accused of malicious arson and deliberately undermined two federal criminal offences against foreign embassies and consulates in the United States, up to 25 years.
Responsible Editor: Wang Yi