Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was released on bail: No criminal record

 Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was released on bail: No criminal record

At 3 p.m. local time on November 11, a judge of the British Columbia High Court announced that Ms. Meng Wanzhou was granted bail.

In a statement, the judge said that the arrest of Ms. Meng was based on the request of the United States, but the United States has not formally requested Ms. Mengs extradition. The judges request for extradition from the United States to Canada is within 60 days from the date of Ms. Mengs arrest. Considering that Ms. Meng has no criminal record in China and other places, as well as her current health problems, as well as her current willingness to live in Vancouver, with a suitable guarantor and many other circumstances, she decided to grant bail.

Mengs bail conditions include: 10 million Canadian dollars bail (7 million of which are cash), five guarantors including her husband, handing over passports, wearing electronic monitoring equipment, travel time and geographical restrictions, and all-weather surveillance by professional teams.

After Canada succumbed to the pressure of the United States to arrest Meng Wanzhou on December 1, Canadian Chinese and justice figures from all walks of life expressed their concern and discontent in various ways, and strongly demanded the release of Ms. Meng Wanzhou.

Some Western insightful people also published articles through the media pointing out that the United States let Canada arrest Ms. Meng Wangzhou in order to crack down on Huawei and thus curb Chinas rise in 5G technology. This practice is shameful and protectionist.

Bang Wanzhou was released on bail: A bail of $10 million is subject to 16 conditions

Over the past few days, the detention of CFO Meng Wanzhou of Huawei Company by Canadian authorities on the grounds of American demand has aroused great public concern. As the incident continued to ferment, the British Columbia Supreme Court of Canada continued to hold bail hearings on Huawei CFO Ms. Ben Wanzhou on November 11. At the hearing, Ben Wanzhou was released on bail, which required a bail of $10 million, including $7.5 million in cash and five bailers.