Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP
Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP

Mystery lawyer set to bail out Chinese scientist Tang Juan accused of visa fraud in US

  • Researcher jailed in California may be released after man identified as ‘Mr C’ says he will post US$500,000 home equity to secure bond
  • Prosecutors have argued that if Tang is freed, the Chinese government may help her escape

Topic |   US-China relations
Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP
Tang Juan, 37, spent weeks holed up in the Chinese consulate in San Francisco before she was arrested. Photo: Justice Department via AP
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