Meng Wanzhou’s circle of friends

On the morning of September 23, Vancouver, Canada, the extradition case of Ms. Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Officer of Huawei Company, was heard again in the British Columbia High Court.
Meng evening boat in the circle of friends declared that thanks to the wind and rain colleagues, let a meter of sunshine shine into my heart…
Huawei confirmed that Meng’s voice in the circle of friends was true.
Unlike previous procedural trials, extradition cases have entered a substantive stage from today, that is to say, both the prosecution and the defense will debate the evidence and key issues in the case.
Huawei spokesman Benjamin Howes issued a statement to the media expressing his belief that Meng’s boat was innocent, but it is not convenient to disclose more information at present. The lawyers’group expressed confidence that the Canadian courts could decide the extradition case of Meng Wanzhou impartially and independently.
According to the CBC, Vancouver is unlikely to be the front line in the game between the two global superpowers. But last year, Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou at the request of the United States and tried to extradite her to the United States for trial. Canada was placed in conflict between China and the United States. Reported that before the hearing began on 23, Meng’s lawyer team submitted a document to the court accusing “the United States tried to use these extradition procedures (between the United States and Canada) to serve its own economic and political interests” and hijacked Meng “as a bargaining chip in the Sino-US trade war”.
Meng was arrested at Vancouver Airport on December 1 last year when he was transferring. Trump, in an interview with Reuters on December 11, said publicly that he was willing to intervene in Meng’s case if it would help China and the United States reach a trade agreement.
In addition, Meng’s lawyer team said that the US and Canadian authorities used CBSA’s special detention right to conduct a “secret criminal investigation” on Meng’s late boat. A CBSA official inquired about Huawei’s business in Iran while searching Meng’s luggage. RCMP intended to arrest Meng’s late boat on the plane, but changed for some special reasons. The original intention. Lawyers point out that all of these factors constitute an “abuse of procedure” and are sufficient to nullify the entire case. “In this case, one can reasonably speculate that the FBI has been in contact with the Federal Justice Department of Canada, RCMP and CBSA in this incident, but the relevant materials have been concealed.” Our client believes that CBSA and RCMP are driven by the interests of the FBI and other U.S. government agencies and may be guided by them. She is in Vancouver. The International Airport was illegally detained.