I think I previously saw on the FBI website that northern corean/ chinese / russian military officers were considered as " wanted" by the FBI.
My point is not that the US has no reason to suspect some foreign military officers of havng " bad" intentions regarding the US interests and security. I'm sure there are some such officers.
What astonishes me is that the US governemnt overtly and through legal ways tries to prevent them from realizing their plans.
I mean, is the US officially at war with Northern Corea/China ?
If its not the case, then how is a juridical action against a foreign military officer compatible with the respect of sovereignty of a foreign country? For the foreign military officer is not acting in his own name.
What does international law say about all this?
Note : I went back today to the official FBI site but could not find the corean military officers any more. I found Chinese and Russian officers cases.