provided Canada a false narrative to justify the Huawei's executive's arrest for extradition. In this video, we answer the following: 1) Why did the U.S. provide falsified documents? 2) Why did HSBC hide its knowledge of Huawei's relationship with Skycom? 3) Will Meng be set free or extradite to the USA? One thing is sure: Meng is being used as a political pawn, that her rights were abused at the time of her arrest and that the U.
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Wumao50cent Troll, 2 months ago
Just like the illegal detention and torture of Jullian Assange by Britain and the US. The five eyes have sadly lost any moral standing they might have had long ago to preach to others about the rule of law.
Steven Moore, 2 months ago (edited)
As Victor Chen commented "The US and Canadian kangaroo courts don’t need evidence but allegations to arrest or convict.", which is nothing new.
actually they do need that to convict. That's why unlike china our conviction rate is not 99%.
Fox, 2 months ago
Shame on US and Canada for violating Meng’s freedom.
Shame on China for committing genocide
Biryukov Veden, 2 months ago (edited)
The silver lining of this case is, the China riches are becoming more cautious when moving their wealth abroad, and probably gives a big boost in sense of nationalist and patriotic among them.
Steve, 2 months ago
Meng Wanzhou was not the first company director to be kidnapped by the Americans. An executive of a large French company Alstom was also held by the Americans. The French were forced to sell a large portion of its assets to General Electric GE in 2015.
Victor Chen, 2 months ago (edited)
The US and Canadian kangaroo courts don’t need evidence but allegations to arrest and convict.
bs q, 2 months ago
Dr David and Dr Ross are the kind of people with integrity and wisdom who speak truth needed in USA political arena that are currently infested with short sighted liers and dumb barbarians. To the many good Americans, you need to somehow install people like Dr David and Dr Ross to save USA.
William Langley, 2 months ago
In any case, criminal or civil, one would expect a key part of the legal proceedings are for the judge to examine whether the basis of the charge is legitimate. I am stunned that the Canadian judge won’t admit it. Very sad… disgusting. I hope China pulls HSBC’s banking license.
भारत एक शौचालय है, 2 months ago
If Canada extradited her based on incomplete evidence, it will stand condemn by all fair-minded people of a gross travesty. Canada's reputation has already been seriously tarnished by the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves of indigenous peoples. It will go down in history as a lackey of the USA and a thoroughly unprincipled one at that.
Carlos Cheng, 2 months ago
And the Canadian politician almost always said follow the rule of law. What rule of law? Their justice system is corrupt
L wal, 2 months ago
Huawei also wasn't the first company that the US tried to destroy only because they were ahead of the game. Same thing happened to Toshiba in Japan 30 years ago where the US used trumped up charges to force Toshiba to share their semiconductor tech with the US. Toshiba never recovered from this and the rest is history.
surat pongpipatpanich, 2 months ago
It is unbelievable but has to be believed that such a big country, fighting in a trade war with another big one, is no different from a gangster when it has taken a woman as hostage.
Andrei Andrei, 2 months ago
It is useless to talk about legalities concerning a case that was utterly illegal from the very beginning.
G Asia, 2 months ago
Everything is politics in the US and Canada. It's the failure of the American and Canadian systems.
Raymond Lee, 2 months ago
Western judicial system has at last show the world what it is. A self serving self interest of political, human and profiteering.
golden zhong, 2 months ago
Canada court rejected the new evidence and Canada is afraid of truth!!! Shame on you, Canada!!
Peter Manuel, 2 months ago
Imagine if another country was playing these silly games with Elon Musk or Richard Branson. How would the people and governments be reacting?
Boon Teoh, 2 months ago
Looks like no end in sight for Meng, she will be a victim of gross injustice similar to J. Assange. One consolation, at least, she is under house arrest and perhaps now is the time for the UFO to kidnap her!??
tenchichrono, 2 months ago
At this point... which country / ally actually trusts the US? Seems like the US uses force very often to get other countries to abide by their demands. This is not a good look for the US.
Michael Jones, 2 months ago
I wonder if the US will charge their embassy official in Russia, that was recalled for stealing, would be interesting...RT has video of it. The "aggressive" Russians, didn't detain and charge him, but allowed him to leave.
Ooi KK, 2 months ago
Thought Kangaroo court is found in third world countries. Now it is thriving in USA
c z, 2 months ago
Oh, well, the outcome had been decided before the case was even started, now the court is trying to find whatever fit to fill in the gap.
Spadey Say, 2 months ago
Another very good reason for the more civilised world to drop the USD as the world's reserve currency.
David Cadman, 2 months ago
Life Long Liberal Party Supporter for 73 years! If Meng is still in custody on Canadian Soil, I'll be voting NDP. No matter what the potential outcome of the election. Trudeau's Liberals and the Conservative Party are part of the same soiled material.
FMQ, 2 months ago
Might is right. If you are powerful, you can abuse anyone's basic rights with impunity.
Ty N, 2 months ago
I can't believe that the Anglo Free World has been led by Biden/Trump, Trudeau, and BoJo the past couple of years. Everything being equal, I'd prefer democracy, but not at the expense of competency.
Danny Boy, 2 months ago (edited)
The US and Canada are demonstrating to the rest of the world the true meaning of "Rule of Law" and how it is supposed to work - Just do as I do...
Alexander Po, 2 months ago
Canada is a vassal state of the USA!! And of course USA has extra-territorial rights in Canada!!
Wayne T, 2 months ago
HSBC is going to lose a lot of business clients!
HG, 2 months ago (edited)
She was detained whilst in transit at the Canadian airport, so technically she wasn’t inside Canada hence the Canadian mounted police had no right to detain her at the request of FBI ........ nevertheless America believes that they are above the law hence facts and the law don’t feature in it. The key was not HSBC but the American Govt that initiated this whole farce.......HSBC was just a tool they used to realise their underhanded objectives.
Thomas Li, 2 months ago
Justices in USA is all about how much money you can pay the lawyer
Cam35mm, 2 months ago
The way you two work together is great. Ross asking poignant questions but in a simplistic way for us commoners to follow the dots, while David fills in the dots with information. Brilliant, like how a comedy team duo act works.