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the mystery surrounding a Chinese woman arrested at president trump's Mar a Lago resort last week grew even deeper on Monday after prosecutors told a Florida judge that a search of Eugene Johns hotel room revealed an array of devices including a device that could detect hidden cameras as well as nine USP computer drives and around eight thousand dollars in cash on Monday the Florida judge ruled that John would remain in custody for at least another week the ease with which John was apparently able to block her way into the club trump often visits have raised a deep concerns over security officials said she was caring for cell phones and a thumb drive containing malicious malware when she was detained at the Palm Beach resort on March thirtieth John was admitted throw Mar a Lago check point producing two Chinese passports and telling a secret service agent she was going to the pool John Dan told another agent she was invited to a U. N. Chinese American Association event but that event was not on the schedule leading to her arrest John was charged with making false statements to officers and entering a restricted property trump was in town at the time but was playing at is nearby golf course the F. B. I.'s examining whether John might have any links to Chinese intelligence no I'm not concerned at all trump last week brushed off the incident saying he wasn't worried about it and praise the response by Mar a Lago staff and the secret service agents if convicted John could face up to five years in federal prison trump on Monday dismissed his secret service director but it was not clear whether the move had any connection to the incident at Mar a Lago