Global Network reported on December 14 that although the United States allowed Meng Wanzhou to sign a plea agreement to return to China, Meng Wanzhou has so far boycotted the proposed agreement, believing that she had done nothing wrong. At the same time, she also refused to comment through a Huawei spokesman. While we are worried about her, we sincerely say “Meng Wanzhou is good!”
Previously, according to the Wall Street Journal, quoting people familiar with the matter, the U.S. Department of Justice agreed to Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou to return to China from Canada from Canada from the perspective of considering saving administrative resources, provided that part of the charges were admitted. The United States is full of nonsense, thinking that Chinese people are all 3-year-old children.
Yesterday we analyzed it in the article. Meng Wanzhou was captured by the United States to suppress Huawei. Meng Wanzhou, as the daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, and the chief financial officer of Huawei, pleaded guilty to cleaning up Huawei’s best knife. If the United States can get Meng Wanzhou’s plea agreement, it makes no sense to continue to lock Meng Wanzhou down, and it will indeed waste the judicial and diplomatic resources of the United States and Canada.
We see that Meng Wanzhou would rather continue to be detained by Canada than agree to sign this plea agreement. On the one hand, as she said, why should she confess guilt if she did nothing wrong? On the other hand, he should also be aware of the sinister intentions of the United States, so that he refused to comment through Huawei spokesman and took the initiative to cut with Huawei, and did not affect Huawei because of himself.
Recently, Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, said when saying goodbye to glory: They are not trying to correct us, but to kill us! Previously, the United States surrounded Huawei all over the world through lobbying, smear, sanctions and other means. Although Huawei’s life was very sad, Huawei did not fall down. The United States has found that doing so has also had a great impact on its image.
As Martin Wolf, columnist of the Financial Times, wrote publicly, the United States has become a “rogue superpower”. Relying on the hegemony of the United States, Washington will not judge him, but doing so has caused real damage to the soft power of the United States. If Meng Wanzhou can confess his guilt, then the United States will just say that it will suppress Huawei without worrying about the damage to the moral image.
On December 4, Hua Chunyu reiterated China’s position on this issue: Ms. Meng Wanzhou is innocent and she has not committed any crimes charged by the United States and Canada. The nature of the Meng Wanzhou incident is very clear and clear: it is entirely for the political purpose of the United States to suppress the development of China’s high-tech enterprises, and Canada plays a very disgraceful role in it. This is a complete, authentic and serious political event.
If Meng Wanzhou pleads guilty, it will have the effect of drawing firewood from the bottom of the cauldron to China. It has to be said that the United States’s move is a stone and a good idea. Pieruzzi, an executive of Alstom in France, was detained in the United States in 2013, almost exactly the same as Meng Wanzhou’s experience. The difference is that Pierucci reached a plea agreement with the United States. Although the individual was exonered, Alstom was swallowed by GM and French interests were harmed.
If Meng Wanzhou “pledges guilt”, I believe that the United States and Canada will “Keep their promises” and let her go home. However, Meng Wanzhou resolutely refused to bow to the United States and Canada, that is, he did not want to “dig a hole” for the country and Huawei, and I’m afraid that the future life will not be difficult. By American hooliganism, if the Canadian side really extradite her, the consequences are unimaginable.
In Ren Zhengfei’s words, Meng Wanzhou is a small ant in the middle of two big balls wrestling. Her business is no longer her own business. There is a complicated game of power behind it. As an ordinary Chinese public, we only hope that she can return to her motherland as soon as possible.
The United States is willing to let Meng Wanzhou go back to China but wants her to admit her mistake, will the “Huawei Princess” bow her head?
On December 3, the Wall Street Journal quoted a source as saying that the U.S. Department of Justice was discussing an agreement with Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Meng Wanzhou, who was detained by Canadian police “in response to an arrest warrant issued by the United States.” The agreement will allow her to return to China from Canada in exchange for confessing part of the charge.
According to sources, the US Department of Justice and Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers have discussed the possibility of reaching a “delayed prosecution agreement” in recent weeks. According to such an agreement, Meng Wanzhou will be required to admit some of the charges against her, but if she is willing to cooperate, the prosecutor may delay and drop the charges against her.
However, Meng Wanzhou has always refused to accept this agreement, believing that he has done nothing wrong, and refused to comment through a Huawei spokesperson.
However, sources said that the US Department of Justice will continue to discuss the matter with Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers, hoping to reach terms that both parties can agree to before Trump leaves office.
The Wall Street Journal commented that if this agreement can be reached, Meng Wanzhou can not only return to China early, but China’s relations with the United States and Canada can also be eased.
Laufman, a former US Department of Justice National Security Officer, told the Wall Street Journal that the Meng Wanzhou case is a prosecution that has attracted much attention. Sometimes, considering foreign policy interests, the United States may give up its law enforcement interests. In view of the impact of the Meng Wanzhou case on Canada and US-China relations, the US Department of Justice may abandon the criminal conviction of Meng Wanzhou.
Shi Jiangyue, a special commentator for the Asia-Pacific Daily, said that the United States has no conclusive evidence that can be obtained. Therefore, they have not made substantial progress in the case of extradition of Meng Wanzhou, so they can only use legal procedures to delay time, and want to consume and test. The patience of Huawei and Meng Wanzhou.
This time, the United States proposed a “delayed prosecution agreement” to Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers’ team, which is a tactic used by the US judicial department. In the past, the U.S. judicial department also adopted this partial confession and then reached a settlement when prosecuting enterprises in other countries. The opposing company will pay a certain amount of fines in exchange for ending the investigation by the US judicial department.
But from the current point of view, Huawei and Meng Wanzhou have not reached a basis for partial admission of fault with the United States. Because the facts are there, Huawei and Meng Wanzhou did not violate the law in this matter. The US accusations against Huawei and Meng Wanzhou are unfounded. Therefore, I believe that Meng Wanzhou and Huawei will continue legal proceedings. The law proves their innocence.