While a resolution to the legal issues seems to be moving toward a conclusion, they will no doubt still face punishment upon return to the USA, with a lengthy suspension and dismissal from the team as possibilities.
President Trump personally asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to help resolve the case of three UCLA men's basketball players arrested for shoplifting. The players could reportedly stay in the country for a "week or two".
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The Post reports that Xi promised Trump that he'd look into the shoplifting situation and ensure the Bruins are treated fairly by the Chinese criminal justice system. ESPN reported last Friday that police have surveillance footage of the trio committing the crimes in three stores in the high-end shopping center. According to the Post's source, the charges have been reduced and the case is proceeding to a resolution.
The State Department typically takes the lead on cases involving U.S. citizens who are arrested overseas, and the U.S. Embassy in Beijing is aware of the case, officials said. UCLA was in China for a basketball tournament and the players did not play in the Bruins' victory over Georgia Tech after authorities made the arrests.
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