When Fei Ye and Ming Zhong pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets to benefit China, then-U.S. Attorney Kevin Ryan trumpeted the convictions as the first in the nation under a statute specifically tailored to industrial spying.

And though it wasn’t mentioned in the December 2006 press release, the pleas now appear to be the feds’ first throw in an attempted economic-espionage double play.

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