Posted BY: Matthew Palumbo

From day one, New York Supreme Court Justice Barry Ostrager handled the case between Miles Guo and Pacific Alliance Asia Opportunity Fund (PAX), founded by CCP-linked businessman Shan Weijian, as a gift to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

The timing of the lawsuit couldn’t have been any more suspect, coming just one day before the first-ever public appearance of Mr. Guo, aired on Voice of America (VOA), a U.S. taxpayer-funded media, on April 19, 2017. The VOA interview was infamously shut down on air right before Guo was about to Expose Wang Qishan, then Vice President of China, and Wang’s connection with HNA Group, a state-owned-enterprise that Guo exposed as a money laundering front for Wang and CCP kleptocrats. After the VOA interview, HNA’s Chairman Wang Jian died in France in an extremely suspicious death believed to be linked to the CCP, and HNA filed for bankruptcy, all but confirming Guo’s telling. Since then, Guo has founded a global movement, the New Federal State of China (NFSC), which is supported by 500 million people worldwide, making it the largest threat on Earth to the CCP regime.

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The day the PAX lawsuit was filed, the CCP announced that Interpol had issued a notice for Mr. Guo’s arrest, leaving no doubt that these events were being orchestrated by the CCP.

The case between Mr. Guo and PAG made headlines for its conclusion with Ostrager ordering Mr. Guo to pay $134 million within five days or face arrest, claiming that a yacht falsely alleged to have belonged to him was moved to the Bahamas after being ordered to keep it in the U.S. The fine equaled $500,000 per day Ostrager says the boat (the “Lady May”) remained out of U.S. jurisdiction.

The Lady May isn’t even owned by Mr. Guo but to his daughter Mei Guo. Both the ownership and financing for the purchase of the boat belong to Mei Guo. Despite that, Ostrager issued an order stating that Mr. Guo is the ultimate owner of the ship – the only evidence for which is hearsay.

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