孟晚舟承认部分犯罪事实:常威你还说你不会武功?

近日加拿大法庭公布了一些孟晚舟承認一些犯罪事實的過程。對於是否違反對伊朗禁令,孟晚舟開始否認,黨檢察官拿出她在華為伊朗公司的照片後,孟晚舟不得不承認。法庭公開的資料對孟晚舟被引渡到美國非常有利。 https://t .co/a6cTcTzTtl 


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Huawei CFO Allegedly Said the Company Has an Office in Iran
By Natalie Obiko Pearson
August 21, 2019, 12:21 AM EDT

Huawei Technologies Co.’s chief financial officer allegedly told a Canadian border official that the company has an office in Iran -- an assertion potentially buttressing U.S. claims that the Chinese tech giant engaged in activities there that violated U.S. sanctions.

When Meng Wanzhou was detained last December on a U.S. extradition request, she was interrogated by a Canadian border agent about Huawei’s business dealings in Iran and whether the company sold products in countries that it should not, according to court documents released Tuesday.


Meng initially replied, “I don’t know,” according to an excerpt taken from an affidavit by the border agent, who then told her that it was hard to believe that the CFO of a multi-billion dollar company wouldn’t know such details. Meng then allegedly said, “that her company does have an office in Iran,” according to the document.

The U.S. has charged Huawei with operating a secret subsidiary in Iran that obtained American goods, technologies and services there in violation of U.S. sanctions. The company has denied that it committed any violations. It didn’t respond to questions Tuesday about Meng’s statement and what its office in Iran does.

The case against Meng -- daughter of the company’s billionaire founder Ren Zhengfei -- is part of a broader U.S. crackdown on the networking giant. The Trump administration has barred Huawei from trading with American suppliers, putting the company at the center of an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China.


On Tuesday, the court also released footage from Meng’s three-hour detention at Vancouver’s airport, showing her in a black jumpsuit and white sneakers with eight pieces of luggage piled on a cart.

The documents and footage were submitted by her defense to back its arguments that Canadian authorities deceived Meng about the true nature of her detention in order to collect evidence for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Her defense seeks to have the court throw out the extradition case arguing that Meng was unlawfully detained, searched and interrogated instead of being immediately arrested.

According to the documents, Meng was only allowed to call a lawyer four hours after she was first detained and was told by a police officer, “Yeah, if you find a lawyer sooner, you can go to the United States faster.” At the FBI’s request, Canadian border agents also compelled Meng to hand over her devices and passwords and store them in special bags to protect them from being tampered with remotely.

“These authorities engaged in what might be described as a ‘covert criminal investigation,” said her defense, which is seeking the disclosure of all communications between Canadian law enforcement agencies, as well as between the Canadian and U.S. governments regarding Meng.

Canada’s crown prosecution has until Sept. 17 to respond to those requests. The next round of hearings is scheduled to start on Sept. 23.

— With assistance by Yuan Gao
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8 个评论

竊書不能算偷……竊書!……讀書人的事,能算偷麼?」接連便是難懂的話,什麼「君子固窮」,什麼「者乎」之類,引得眾人都鬨笑起來:店內外充滿了快活的空氣。
引渡她,判刑!
果然撂了--她也知道自己唯一的活路就是在美国坐牢。
我一直不喜欢人家用这段套用到特定的人头上,孔乙己是可怜可悲的角色,而这些人完全罪有应得,丝毫不值得同情
沒有電視直播認罪真可惜,還是天朝審案有意思
菊花吹的牛批鴻蒙最近為什麼沒有動作了?恐也是一個抄襲貨
粉红:“臣等欲死战,陛下何故先降?”
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