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Harvard professor found guilty of hiding ties to China

1 month ago·Boston, United States
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Charles Lieber, 62, the former chair of Harvard's department of chemistry and chemical biology, had pleaded not guilty to the charges. The jury deliberated for about two hours and 45 minutes before announcing the verdict following five days of testimony in Boston federal court. Lieber denied his involvement during inquiries from U.S. authorities, including the National Institutes of Health.
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Yahoo News

Harvard professor found guilty of hiding ties to China

A Harvard University professor charged with hiding his ties to a Chinese-run recruitment program was found guilty on all counts Tuesday. Charles Lieber, 62, the former chair of Harvard’s department of chemistry and chemical biology, had pleaded not guilty to two counts of filing false tax returns, two counts of making false statements, and two counts of failing to file reports for a foreign bank account in China. Lieber’s defense attorney Mar…

1 month ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Times of India

Harvard professor found guilty of hiding ties to China

Charles Lieber, 62, the former chair of Harvard's department of chemistry and chemical biology, had pleaded not guilty to two counts of filing false tax returns, two counts of making false statements, and two counts of failing to file reports for a foreign bank account in China.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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BBC News

Charles Lieber: Harvard professor found guilty of hiding ties to Chinese program

Charles Lieber found guilty of making false statements to authorities. The 62-year-old was charged in 2020 as part of a US campaign to counter economic espionage from China. Prosecutors said Lieber knowingly hid his involvement in China's "Thousand Talents Plan" The programme aims to attract foreign research specialists.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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The Guardian

Harvard professor found guilty of hiding ties to Chinese-run recruitment program

Charles Lieber, 62, was the former chair of Harvard's department of chemistry and chemical biology. He had pleaded not guilty to two counts of filing false tax returns, two. counts of making false statements, and two counts. of failing to file reports for a foreign bank account in China. Defense attorney argued that prosecutors lacked proof of the charges.

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Reuters

Harvard professor convicted by U.S. jury of lying about China ties

A federal jury in Boston found Charles Lieber guilty of making false statements to authorities. Lieber, a renowned nanoscientist, is the former chairman of Harvard's chemistry department. Prosecutors alleged that Lieber agreed to become a "strategic scientist" at Wuhan University of Technology.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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News18 India

Harvard Professor Convicted By U.S. Jury Of Lying About China Ties

A federal jury in Boston found Charles Lieber, a renowned nanoscientist, guilty on all six counts he faced including that he made false statements to authorities and filed false tax returns. Prosecutors had said that Lieber in 2011 agreed to become a strategic scientist" at Wuhan University of Technology in China and through it participated in a Chinese recruitment drive called the Thousand Talents Program.

1 month ago·India
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