Meng Wanzhou, vice chairman and chief financial officer of Huawei, entered the British Columbia High Court again at 10 am local time on the 16th in Vancouver.
She will hear the case of Canadian law enforcement agencies suspected of abusing judicial procedures after the trial. ask. During the cross-examination in the last week of October, the judge only heard testimony from 8 of 10 witnesses. In the next two weeks, hearings will continue with other witnesses.
The two witnesses who have been cross-examined separately admitted in court that they made mistakes or negligence in the law enforcement process.
The police officer surnamed Ye from the Canadian Federal Police admitted that he made a mistake in providing false information in the process of obtaining the judge to sign the arrest warrant. Scott Kirkland from the Canadian Border Services Agency admitted that he had written Meng Wanzhou’s mobile phone password on a piece of paper so that the police could obtain the password. It was his fault.
The trial of Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case is currently in the second stage, which is whether the extradition and arrest of her abused judicial procedures.
There are three more branches here, namely: whether the extradition request made by the United States is based on political interests, whether Canadian law enforcement agencies used illegal means or violated her charter rights in the process of arresting Meng Wanzhou, the United States direction Whether the evidence provided by the court is sufficient. Cross-query belongs to the second branch here.