Creator of 3-D printed guns flies to Taiwan amid U.S. sex assault accusation

Creator of 3-D printed guns flies to Taiwan amid U.S. sex assault accusationCody Wilson, 30, was placed under investigation after a counsellor on Aug. 22 told police that a 16-year-old girl had said she was paid $500 to have sex with Wilson at an Austin hotel, Austin Police Commander Troy Officer said at a news conference. Police later interviewed the girl and on Wednesday obtained a warrant for Wilson’s arrest, but by then he had caught a flight to Taiwan, Officer said. “We know Mr. Wilson frequently travels for business.


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3-D printed gun advocate fled to Taiwan after tip that he'd been accused of having sex with minor

  1. 3-D printed gun advocate fled to Taiwan after tip that he’d been accused of having sex with minor  mySanAntonio.com
  2. Cody Wilson, owner of 3D-printed gun company, wanted in connection to alleged sexual assault of a minor  ABC News
  3. 3D-Printed Gunmaker Cody Wilson Accused of Sexually Assaulting Teen Girl  Heavy.com
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UPDATE: Creator of 3D-printed gun, facing sex assault charge, now in Taiwan, police say

  1. UPDATE: Creator of 3D-printed gun, facing sex assault charge, now in Taiwan, police say  Austin American-Statesman
  2. 3-D gun entrepreneur Cody Wilson accused of paying for sex with underage girl, authorities say  Washington Post
  3. Man at center of 3D-printed gun dispute charged with child sex assault  CBS News
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China tells Taiwan to halt all mainland spying, sabotage activities

China tells Taiwan to halt all mainland spying, sabotage activitiesChina on Sunday accused Taiwan’s spy agencies of stepping up efforts to steal intelligence with the aim of “infiltration” and “sabotage”, and warned the island against further damaging already strained cross-strait ties. The relevant agencies in Taiwan must end such activities immediately, the official Xinhua news agency said, citing An Fengshan, a spokesman of China’s policy-making Taiwan Affairs Office. On Saturday, state television kicked off the first in a series of programs detailing cases in which Chinese students studying in Taiwan are said to be targeted by domestic spies who lure them with money, love and friendship.


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China says not putting pressure on Taiwan's last Africa ally

China says not putting pressure on Taiwan's last Africa allyChina has become increasingly vocal about its desire to win away the country, formerly known as Swaziland, from Taiwan, even as the eSwatini government has denounced Beijing for playing “mind games” and says it has no desire to ditch Taipei. Speaking at a news briefing, China’s special envoy for Africa, Xu Jinghu, said the issue of eSwatini and its lack of ties to Beijing was “an important question”, but it was up to them to take the initiative.


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