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Chinese Counterfeiter Or Victim?

Explosive allegations are rocking the international wireless and surveillance markets. Chinese authorities allege that fast-growing American manufacturer, Ubiquiti, hired gangsters to terrorize and destroy a Chinese competitor's office. However, Ubiquiti denies these charges, charging that the Chinese company is counterfeiter who attempted to blackmail them. In this note, we break down the details, providing images of gangsters attacking a Chinese company and translation of a Chinese only video.

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