Investigators' startling discoveries from Mar-a-Lago security breach

Yujing Zhang, the Chinese woman accused of entering a restricted space at the president's resort, allegedly had a device to detect hidden cameras, nine thumb drives and U.S. and Chinese currency.
1:12 | 04/09/19

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There are new developments in the security scare at mar-a-lago. The woman lying her way past two security checkpoints on Monday. Victor Oquendo is there with the latest, and there were startling discoveries in her hoe they will room. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning. Those details laid out in court are alarming. Yujing Zhang, when prosecutors searched her hotel room, they found a device used to detect hidden cameras, nine thumb drives, five Simm cards, and she was arrested after telling security officials at the private club she was there to go to the swimming pool. Investigators charged her with lying to secret service and erpting a restricted space and claimed they found a thumb drive with malware. A secret service agent said when he plugged it into his computer, it tried to install files, and Zhang's attorney says she made no direct misrepresentation at the club, and she's due back in court next week. So many questions. Thank you.

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