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Sailors accused of spying for China set to appear in court

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Two Navy sailors who allegedly spied for China will appear in federal court on Tuesday in California, days after being arrested and accused of surreptitiously relaying sensitive government information to foreign officials.

Jinchao "Patrick" Wei, a petty officer 2nd class, was arrested Wednesday and charged with espionage -- more specifically, conspiracy to and committing the communication of defense information to aid a foreign government.

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