After 24 hours of delays, the third bail hearing for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou began at 10:00 a.m. local time on November 11 at the High Court of British Columbia, Canada. Ultimately, the judge said that Meng could be released on bail with a bail of $10 million, of which $7 million must be in cash.
According to Canadian Lehuo reporter on bail hearings, Vancouver rained heavily that day, but a large number of reporters, attendees and other people still rushed to the Supreme Court in downtown Vancouver to attend the hearing. Reporters also saw some people holding the bilingual slogan Release Meng Wanzhou to show their support, and some Chinese people holding the Chinese flag.
According to CCTV news, the judge said in the statement 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.
The conditions for Ms. Mengs bail include that her husband and several friends and neighbors who have known her for many years act as guarantors, providing guarantees separately. Ms. Mengs bail totals $10 million, including real estate and cash. At the same time, she has to be monitored electronically and hand in her passport. Do not leave your residence unless you see a doctor or appear in court in an emergency. Court summons should be made in court.
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