孟晚舟案: 18年12月1日被拘捕;19年3月1日,加正式启动引渡程序;2020年1月20日开庭进行引渡聆讯

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  • 所以说, 还是要按照周强的 “要坚决抵制西方‘宪政民主’、‘三权分立’、‘司法独立’等错误思潮影响,旗帜鲜明,敢于亮剑。”
    小土豆就是不敢亮剑,所以被报复了。
    土豆自己用人严重失察。。。说实话,他上一届为了搞性别平等内阁幺蛾子,任命的好几位部长能力都相当够呛。
     

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    土豆自己用人严重失察。。。说实话,他上一届为了搞性别平等内阁幺蛾子,任命的好几位部长能力都相当够呛。
    他要玩儿1:1 的概念,那有什么办法? 食得咸鱼抵得渴。 自己约的炮, 含着泪也得打完!就这么简单。

    加拿大这种事情不要太多! 有些工程因为有联邦资金, 所以, 工程师必须找会双语的, 尽管工作上用英语就足够了, 但是非要找能双语的。 结果只能放弃一些只会英语, 但是相对更优秀的工程师。

    政治正确呗。
     

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    同意,以司法独立为名,报复总理在兰万灵事件中对她的打压。
    顺序不对吧。孟事件让自由党下决心在大选前移走土族部长。拉万灵事件是她、保党和warren kinsella事先埋好的雷,准备大选前引爆的,结果自由党主动排雷,提前引爆。
     

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    他要玩儿1:1 的概念,那有什么办法? 食得咸鱼抵得渴。 自己约的炮, 含着泪也得打完!就这么简单。
    这破事把他爹当年挣下的中加友谊家底几乎都给败光了,也不知道丫有没有认真吸取教训。
     

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    这破事把他爹当年挣下的中加友谊家底几乎都给败光了,也不知道丫有没有认真吸取教训。
    仔卖爷田不心疼。
     

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    起码到目前为止,孟送不出去,不只是她个人的意愿,加拿大前司法部长在处理上存在严重漏洞,导致现在司法程序进行不下去。

    我原来一直以为,孟案在前,兰万灵在后,后来才知道,在抓孟之前,她有意没有通知总理,是因为她正在和土豆关于兰万灵事件闹别扭。

    顺序不对吧。孟事件让自由党下决心在大选前移走土族部长。拉万灵事件是她、保党和warren kinsella事先埋好的雷,准备大选前引爆的,结果自由党主动排雷,提前引爆。
     

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    起码到目前为止,孟送不出去,不只是她个人的意愿,加拿大前司法部长在处理上存在严重漏洞,导致现在司法程序进行不下去。

    我原来一直以为,孟案在前,兰万灵在后,后来才知道,在抓孟之前,她有意没有通知总理,是因为她正在和土豆关于兰万灵事件闹别扭。
    这王舟迪简直是祸国殃民,但是这次联邦选举她以独立候选人资格竞选竟然还被选上了,加拿大真是国运不济。
     

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    起码到目前为止,孟送不出去,不只是她个人的意愿,加拿大前司法部长在处理上存在严重漏洞,导致现在司法程序进行不下去。

    我原来一直以为,孟案在前,兰万灵在后,后来才知道,在抓孟之前,她有意没有通知总理,是因为她正在和土豆关于兰万灵事件闹别扭。
    又不是小孩,政客间有啥别扭:D王舟迪夫家是几代老保党,她后面已转成保守党植入自由党的毒丸,随时下毒,定期引爆。
     

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    又不是小孩,政客间有啥别扭:D王舟迪夫家是几代老保党,她后面已转成保守党植入自由党的毒丸,随时下毒,定期引爆。
    是人就会闹别扭:monster:
    我看王舟迪就是个脾气比本事大的,土豆也是个华而不实的,两人谁也不服谁发展到互相下绊子,太有可能了。:(
     

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    又不是小孩,政客间有啥别扭:D王舟迪夫家是几代老保党,她后面已转成保守党植入自由党的毒丸,随时下毒,定期引爆。
    像这样的背景,只能给个拉拢人的摆设位置,什么民族团结部长,妇女就业部长之类,这司法部长把加拿大拉到这个大坑里。
     

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    是人就会闹别扭:monster:
    我看王舟迪就是个脾气比本事大的,土豆也是个华而不实的,两人谁也不服谁发展到互相下绊子,太有可能了。:(
    她脑子很残的,还整蛊不出这些精密布署,分章节的绊子:D后面有总导演,还有其他保党领袖媒体共同出演。有次他们不小心,幕后剧照被群众爆光:p
     

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    Canada’s illegal arrest of Meng night boat documents exposed cell phone information to the FBI
    December 10, 2019

    It has been a year since Huawei’s CFO Meng Wasanzhou was arrested. Next month, the 20th, Meng evening boat event ushered in the highlight – the first extradition hearing will be held. In this case, U.S. prosecutors, known as “hands-on evidence”, and Canadian police, who describe themselves as “independent law enforcement,” tried to speak out for “justice” in the West. In fact, however, according to several court judicial documents and police officers’ law enforcement notes recently obtained by the Observer Network, the “Meng Night Boat Incident” is a typical case of “abuse of law enforcement power” and “procedural injustice” in both countries.

    It is worth mentioning that the relevant documents related to the Meng Evening Boat case have been disclosed by the Canadian courts.

    At that time, the Canadian law enforcement department in the arrest of Meng night boat process, not only in violation of the order of the national court, deliberately delayed the arrest of Meng evening boat for three hours. Within three hours, Canadian law enforcement illegally forced Meng to hand over his cell phone information and share it with the FBI.

    Canadian law enforcement law enforcement processes are so flawed that even Canadian courts can’t look down. Just today (December 11), a British Columbia court in Canada found that there was an “evidence loophole” in its handling of the arrest of Meng, and agreed with the defense’s claim that the prosecution had “caught the wind”. The ruling, in Reuters’ eyes, was a judicial victory for the Meng Evening Boat team.



    Three hours after Meng’s night boat disappeared, what happened?

    1 day before Meng’s arrest (November 30, 2018), a Canadian court issued a temporary arrest warrant that explicitly requires the country’s law enforcement authorities to “immediately arrest” Meng. In accordance with the country’s law enforcement process, Canadian police are supposed to arrest Meng from the moment he enters Canada. In this regard, Janice Vander Graaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer in charge of the case, also mentioned it in her November 30 law enforcement notes. She even suggested that as soon as the plane landed, it was time to board a plane and make an arrest on Meng’s boat.



    The arrest warrant document issued by the Canadian court on November 30 th, clearly stated that the “immediate arrest of Meng Evening Boat” was taken from a screenshot of the court documents in British Columbia, Canada.



    Screenshot of canadian police law enforcement log clear “boarding enforcement” action from british Columbia, Canada, court documents

    On December 1st, however, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police suddenly changed its plans and asked the Canadian Border Service to cooperate. The latter forcibly detained Meng for up to three hours on the grounds of “entry checks”. Observer.com found that during that time, the Royal Canadian Police Force, which had earlier received “immediate arrests” from a Canadian court, had not taken any notes.

    It wasn’t until 2:15 p.m. that Meng landed in Canada and “disappeared” at the airport three hours later, and appeared in notes from officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Border Services Agency. In terms of their respective statements, royal Canadian Mounted Police notes show that Meng was transferred to another room after “customs checks” and arrested by the Royal Canadian Police seven minutes later, while Canadian Border Services enforcement officer Scott Cochrane was arrested. Kirkland) later explained in the form of an affidavit: “Customs checks” ended at 14:11 on the same day and Meng was taken to another room (arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police).



    Screenshot of Klander affidavit Taken from British Columbia Court File

    It should be noted that the “search” of Meng’s boat by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Border Service during this three-hour operation was in fact not in accordance with the legal process. According to the Canadian Border Services Agency’s official website, the agency must provide an explanation if it is to detain the subject. In addition, the agency must allow the arrested person to use the mobile phone to request legal aid.



    The Canadian Border Services Agency website makes it clear that when the right of detention is required, reasons are required and the right to request the presence of a lawyer is indicated

    But law enforcement notes from Scott Kirtland, a law enforcement officer with the Canadian Border Services Agency, show that Meng and his entourage were seized the first time after disembarking the plane and were not eligible for contact. In addition, Huawei’s lawyerrevealed in a Report in the Guardian in March that Canadian law enforcement had not informed Meng of the reasons for his detention when he detained him.



    Guardian report screenshot

    Meng’s mobile phone is the focus of the search

    First of all, it must be clear that Canada was under pressure from the United States from the outset of the “Meng Evening Boat Incident”.

    On December 1, 2018, at 10:40 a.m., the Royal Canadian Police, Graf, made it clear that Meng’s mobile phone was the focus of the search when he failed to make an arrest. ” (We) will find the phone, which will be seized at the request of the FBI,” she wrote in her notebook. “



    Graff notes clear Canadian police eye Meng’s mobile phone as the target picture from the British Columbia court file screenshot

    On the other hand, The Canadian Border Services Agency official in charge of “arresting” Klander wrote in his notes: “The seizure of two mobile phones … is the case.” (from) Meng night boat and so on. Klander’s work notes even revealed that Meng was forced to hand over the password of her mobile phone that day, and that she included Meng’s mobile phone password in the log. The password is encrypted.



    Canadian law enforcement has made it clear that two mobile phones were seized at the time, and screenshots of court documents in British Columbia, Canada.

    And notes of the seizure of Meng’s mobile phone were confiscated by the Canadian Border Services Agency and then submitted to the Royal Canadian Police. “The bag of the confiscated mobile phone was handed over to the Canadian Border Services Agency,” the rspca d’Ath, the royal police officer, Ross Lundie, wrote at 11 am on December 1, 2018, when the Observer noted that no arrests had been made. Canadian Border Services agency official Klander then put Meng’s cell phone in a bag.



    Screenshot of Canadian police hand over pre-prepared bag to Canadian border control, British Columbia court file

    And that just speaks for itself.

    A temporary arrest warrant issued by a Canadian judge required Canadian police to make an immediate arrest of Meng, but at the airport, Canadian police witnessed and even supported an illegal search of Meng’s boat by Canadian Border Services officers. The description of “onlooker law enforcement” is also described in the notes of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Graff.

    Where’s Meng’s mobile phone information? United States

    Canada’s attorney general, David Lametti, confirmed in October that Canadian police had indeed made an arrest at the request of the U.S. Department of Justice. However, in an eight-page written statement, he stressed that Canadian authorities had only collected information on Meng’s mobile phone and had “not shared information with the United States”.



    Reuters reported screenshots

    But the first-line law enforcement officers’ law enforcement records show that at the request of the United States, Canada will Meng Night boat mobile phone information and the United States was shared.

    On the fourth day of the arrest, on December 4, 2018, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officer Peter Lea confirmed that he had spoken to FBI Agent John Sgroi at around 7 a.m. On the phone, the FBI asked Canadian police to provide cell phone information about the detainee. In addition, at 9:39 a.m. that day, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Ben Chang) sent an email to his colleague Peter Dhaliwal saying he had spoken to FBI Agent John Sgroi, who made the same request. Ben’s e-mail was also copied to his colleague Ria.



    Ben sent an email to the FBI and copied a screenshot of a phone call with his colleague Ria, who also spoke to the FBI from a court file in British Columbia, Canada.

    At 3:25 p.m., Royal Canadian Police Officer Dariwal applied to Canadian law enforcement for evidence containing information such as Meng’s mobile phone serial number. It is worth mentioning that the application is labeled “Priority”.

    At 1:20 p.m. on December 12, 11 days after Meng’s arrest, royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Graf clearly wrote in his law enforcement notes that the serial number of Meng’s electronic device had been submitted to the U.S. side. At this point, Canadian law enforcement completed the submission to the U.S. side of Meng’s electronic devices – and this is also contrary to the Canadian prosecution’s so-called “not shared with the U.S. side” argument.

    Graf confirms filing with FBI of Meng’s electronic device, screenshot of court documents in British Columbia, Canada

    In the face of such a loophole law enforcement, Canada also has introspection. At a preliminary hearing in a Canadian court in September, Canadian prosecutors admitted for the first time that it was “wrong” for its Border Service to deliver Meng’s mobile phone password to Canadian police.

    Canadian prosecutors admitted in September that the incident of the police on the border control unit’s submission of Meng’s mobile phone to police was “wrong” in a screenshot of court documents in British Columbia, Canada.

    Observer.com noted that Canadian prosecutors simply denied wrongdoing in their enforcement process, but did not explain whether the Meng’s charges were reasonable. The U.S. side ignored the legality of the Canadian procedure, on time to the Meng night boat extradition procedures – as the focus of the case, “Meng night boat incident” the first extradition hearing will be held.

    “Canada needs to prove that it is an independent country”

    As China’s ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu, said recently, Canada not only has no right to blame China, but should also reflect on the treatment of Meng’s late boat. Not to mention That Canada’s capture has seriously damaged China’s bilateral relations with Canada. Just after the annual meeting of the Home Trade Council, most delegates told the Observer that Canada was currently under pressure from the United States.

    Goldy Hyder, president and chief executive of the Canadian Business Council, said Canada needed to prove itself as an “independent nation” to strike a balance between China and the US. “We, as Canadians, need an independent foreign policy. “

    In addition, Canada seems to be under pressure from the United States to provoke international trade frictions. The Washington Post reported in June that Canadian Prime Minister Donald Trump had expressed support for U.S. President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Canada-Mexico trade deal. In exchange, the latter said, “I’m willing to do everything that helps Canada.” “

    Washington Post screenshot

    What’s good for Canada? In the case of Canadians, it is a call for a new and independent foreign policy for the Government of Canada. Don Donavan, publisher of The Ottawa Life and former chief of staff to Canada’s Labor Department, told the Observer that the Canadian government’s decision against Huawei in December was “wrong”. “All walks of life in Canada have benefited from Huawei’s growth. “There are a lot of people in the Canadian government who want to resolve the trade conflict between China and Canada, ” Donovan said. “

    The United States is still agitating Canada to demand so-called “consensus” on Huawei’s affairs as a means of maintaining a “small partnership”. In the case of Huawei, Canada, which also supported Huawei’s stay a few years ago, changed its attitude towards Huawei in an instant after a “lobster dinner” with the United States and its allies “conspired to kill Huawei”. But more recently, there have been serious disagreements within the Five Eyes Alliance, a Western intelligence agency, over Huawei.

    In an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on November 4th, Rice, a former U.S. national security adviser, again “advised” Canada not to use Huawei’s 5G products and technologies. In January, the Canadian government, under pressure from the U.S., said it had “months” to complete its 5G security assessment of China, according to the Observer.com. In April, Scott Jones, director of the Canadian Cyber Security Centre (CCCS), said the security review was “nearing completion.” In May, however, Bloomberg reported that Canada appeared to be no longer in a hurry to make a public statement on whether to block Huawei’s 5G.

    So far, the Canadian government has not rushed to set the tone on Huawei. Bloomberg thinks the Five Eyes alliance is already divided.

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    加拿大现任司法部长否认与FBI分享孟的信息。这份法庭文件显示RCMP根据FBI的要求,送给他们孟的手机序列号等信息。
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    在中国被抓的两个加拿大人有救了。
     
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