Dean James at Right Wing Tribune

As tensions rise between the U.S. and China, authorities arested a FedEx pilot after searching his luggage and finding “nonmetallic pellets used in low-power replica air guns” in his bag.


The pilot, Todd A. Hohn was returning to Hong Kong after piloting FedEx delivery planes throughout Asia from a FedEx hub in the Guangzhou airport when he was arrested by Chinese authorities, The Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the matter.

“Chinese authorities in Guangzhou detained and later released one of our pilots on bail after an item was found in his luggage prior to a commercial flight. We are working with the appropriate authorities to gain a better understanding of the facts,” FedEx said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.

Chinese officials said he was transporting ammunition, and he is now facing a criminal investigation.

Audrey Conklin at The Daily Caller News Foundation reports that border police have been checking bags of passengers traveling to and from mainland China and Hong Kong amid tensions between the two regions.

Hohn’s detention comes amid tight U.S.-China trade-war tensions and as FedEx faces two other investigations by the Chinese government after the country received “complaints from users” and added that foreign operators ought to protect the “legitimate interests” of Chinese companies, according to a June 2 South China Morning Post (SCMP) report citing China’s top postal regulator.

Chinese tech giant Huawei, for example, accused the U.S. shipping company — which used to partner with Amazon — of re-routing of its packages without authorization from Huawei.

“Since the U.S. government put Huawei on its so-called entity list in May this year, FedEx has repeatedly messed about with Huawei’s deliveries … FedEx has threatened China’s national security and has violated Chinese law. These are not accidental business mistakes, but lawbreaking offenses,” commentary from the official Xinhua News Agency read, SCMP.

“The investigation into FedEx can help maintain order in the Chinese delivery industry, safeguard Chinese customers’ legitimate rights, and help to ensure the safety and economic security of China’s national postal service,” State Post Bureau head Ma Junsheng told CCTV at the time, SCMP reported.

FedEx is also being investigated by Chinese authorities after a package containing a handgun was sent to a Chinese sporting-goods firm from the United States, according to an August 18 report from SCMP.

Wow-talk about overkill.

Pellets and an airgun. LOL!

That’s communism for you.

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