Former British Royal Marine charged with spying for Hong Kong FOUND DEAD
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A former Royal Marine accused of helping the Hong Kong Intelligence Service was found dead on May 19.

Matthew Trickett, a 37-year-old Home Office immigration officer, made an appearance in court to answer charges related to the National Security Act just days before his death. According to Thames Valley Police, Trickett was discovered in a park in Maidenhead, Berkshire. (Related: House passes bill prohibiting Fed from issuing “surveillance tool” CBDC unless authorized by Congress.)

Trickett's family released a statement expressing their sorrow over the passing of their beloved son, brother and family member. "We would be grateful if the press would respect our privacy at this difficult time and refrain from intruding on our grief," read the family's statement.

Who is Matthew Trickett?

Trickett was an immigration officer with the Home Office. He had been a member of the Royal Marines for six years before entering the private sector.

On May 13, Trickett was accused of assisting the Hong Kong Intelligence Service and interfering in foreign affairs under the National Security Act, together with Chi Leung Wai, 38, and Chung Biu Yuen, 63.

The three suspects are charged with consenting to conduct information collecting, surveillance and deceptive activities between December 20, 2023, and May 2, 2023, possibly to materially aid a foreign intelligence service.

There were also claims that Trickett, Wai and Yuen broke into a U.K. property.

During their court appearance, the three accused spoke only to establish their identities. Trickett, Wai and Yuen were given bail and are slated to appear at the Old Bailey. The men had not yet entered a plea.

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At the last hearing before his passing, Prosecutor Kashif Malik requested that Trickett be detained for his safety, citing the defendant's attempt on his own life following the charges. But the request was denied, and Trickett was released on bond.

Thames Valley Police reported that Trickett was ordered to routinely register at a police station while he was out on court bail and awaiting court proceedings.

And because Thames Valley Police had prior contact with Trickett, a mandatory referral was made to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC), which is "normal in such circumstances where there has been a death following police contact."

The IOPC assessed that referral and it was determined that the matter should be investigated by Thames Valley Police's Professional Standards Department.

China detains a foreign consultant allegedly spying for the U.K.

Early this year, the Chinese Ministry of State Security detained a foreign consultant spying for the U.K. who received training from MI6, the British Secret Intelligence Service.

The ministry said a foreign individual with the last name Huang was in charge of a consulting firm overseas. The document also claimed that Huang joined MI6 in an intelligence collaboration in 2015. Huang was then instructed to travel to China several times, using his public persona as cover, to gather intelligence.

According to China's official statement, Huang received specialized intelligence training from MI6 in Britain and other countries. Huang was also allegedly given sophisticated spy gear to enable coordinated espionage operations.

"After careful investigation, the state security organs promptly discovered evidence of Huang's involvement in espionage activities and took criminal coercive measures against him," said the authorities.

China has been actively dealing with threats to national security and has uncovered several incidents of espionage.

The Chinese government urged citizen participation in counterespionage operations, such as reporting channels for suspected activity. The government also warned citizens, both domestic and international, about the dangers of espionage.

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