NZ Herald | 16 Feb 2018
A New Zealand academic who made international waves researching China’s international influence campaigns has linked a number of recent break-ins to her work.
University of Canterbury professor Anne-Marie Brady, speaking today from Christchurch to the Australian Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee in Canberra, outlined three recent events which caused her concern.
“I had a break-in in my office last December. I received a warning letter, this week, that I was about to attacked. And yesterday I had a break-in at my house,” she said.
She said this weeks’ burglary at her Upper Riccarton home was particularly suspicious.