A 37-year-old woman has been sentenced to six years in prison by a U.S. District Court judge.
He is said to have traveled from Canada to North Dakota to find chemical weapons.
Gigi Lucas County, Winnipeg, Manitoba, will remain in county jail until sent to Canada for sentencing.
According to documents filed with the North Dakota District Court.
Liu was released after being arrested in March 2019.
According to court records
On March 5, 2019, Liu crossed the North Dakota port of Manitoba near the city of Pembina in N. D. County.
Liu told Customs and Border Protection that his plan to travel to the United States was serious.
Sesame said he was planning to return to Canada that day.
After moving to the United States, Liu went to a business in Pembina, where police arrived.
The dress is the same. When he saw Liu dressed in some clothes, he claimed his name was Chen Chen.
Ms. Liu was arrested when she left the scene with the package.
Court documents show Lewis recently applied for a chemical. To do this:
Go to a gas station hidden on the dark web, the Internet section of search and search engines
Exclusive software or access permissions. He met with an FBI agent to find 10 million poisons.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the position.
According to court documents, Lee was able to purchase protective equipment that could be used safely.
An agreement was reached in March, and the Attorney General and Louis’ attorney sentenced him to six years in prison.
This is a huge shortcoming in criminal law.
Court documents do not explain how the poison was used.
Court records indicate that Liu was arrested and before being questioned, he told police:
You know what I did.
Later, when Liu spoke to a former citizen, he discovered that he had broken the law.
Prison, according to court records.
Other charges were brought against Liu in the court of law. More information on this image is available
It is still unclear why the document was one of the cases in court.
The North Dakota attorney and attorney did not respond to a request for comment Thursday.