Contact and Precautions
Over the past four years, Dr. Gang Xu has been living in fear: He once fled to Taiwan to seek temporary asylum.
And he has been fighting so lonely, as his ordeal points to China’s control over an American state’s judicial system: Courts are already very mighty and scaring, let alone something involving China’s powerful and ruthless muscles. Understandably, most journalists would shy away from him.
He was traumatized. He retreated into a life in semi-hiding. He suspended and eventually closed his business. He lost his doctor.
But he did not lose his faith.
Encouragingly, America is finally waking up to the threats from China; Americans have finally realized China’s deep-influence already in our society. Dr. Gang Xu is coming back: he will be more visible and more vocal in seeking justice and raising public awareness.
As he steps up his efforts to expose the organized criminal syndicate in MA court system that acted on behalf of at least one Chinese intelligence operative, he fully understands the risks and dangers ahead. He had already been physically threatened by a Discovery Master with clear disposition for violence. He had already been publicly humiliated by a courtroom assistant apparently with the problem of controlling her impulse. Nothing would surprise him any more from those blatant judicial thugs, and from Chinese intelligence operations as well.
Dr. Gang Xu is not afraid of death or death threats. In an unusual counterclaim that he submitted to Middlesex County Probate and Family Court on 08/16/2016, four years ago, he stated that he would rise up to the calling of his time even if he would be murdered for exposing a Chinese espionage ring in the U.S.
Already he has his tombstone designed (right).
But he doesn’t want to die. He has too many things he wants to finish.
One thing he wants to make it absolutely clear: He would never commit suicide. If he is found dead, he is murdered!
He would like to practice the following precautions in his interaction with people or organizations:
Updated August 14, 2020