The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Limo Homicide Charge, Espionage Extradition and Uighur ‘Education’

    Know This: The operator of the limousine company that owned the stretch SUV that crashed last weekend, killing 20, has been charged with negligent homicide. In a first, U.S. authorities have extradited a Chinese intelligence official from Belgium to prosecute him on espionage charges. And a woman who was given what she thought was a toy knife in a Nashville haunted house stabbed and injured a friend.

    Learn This: “The centers should teach Mandarin Chinese, legal concepts and vocational training, and carry out ‘thought education’…” — Description of re-education centers now declared legal by China, which has detained up to 1 million people, particularly ethnic Uighurs it believes are influenced by radical Islam.

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