251 days of detention for extortion of Huaweis old employees
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Huawei told the first financial reporter that Huawei has the right and obligation to report the suspected illegal acts to the judicial authorities based on the facts. We respect the decisions of the judiciary, including public security, procuratorates and courts. If Li Hongyuan thinks his rights and interests have been damaged, we support him to use legal weapons to protect his rights and interests, including suing Huawei. It also embodies the spirit of the rule of law that everyone is equal before the law.
In the evening of that day, in the face of fermentation on the Internet, Li Hongyuan once told reporters, calm down.
Li Hongyuans wife, in an interview with the media, said she had not yet considered whether she would sue Huawei, but hoped for an apology.
According to the criminal compensation decision of Shenzhen Longgang District Peoples Procuratorate issued by Li Hongyuan to reporters, he entered Huawei in 2005 and served in Huawei for 13 years. According to the reporter, Li Hongyuans first contract was signed on September 30, 2006. Subsequently, the contract was renewed five times, each time ranging from one year to two years and one month. The sixth contract expired on December 31, 2013.
According to the above decision, Li Hongyuan worked in the inverter department before leaving. On December 16, 2018, Li Hongyuan was detained by Shenzhen Public Security Bureau on suspicion of extortion, and then arrested by Shenzhen Public Security Bureau on January 22, 2019 with the approval of Shenzhen Longgang District Peoples Procuratorate. The case was terminated by the investigation of Shenzhen Public Security Bureau. Li Hongyuan was suspected of extortion and was transferred to the procuratorate for examination and prosecution on March 21, 2019. After the Procuratorates examination and return for supplementary investigation, it is still determined that the facts of the crime identified by Shenzhen Public Security Bureau are unclear, the evidence is insufficient and does not meet the prosecution conditions. Li Hongyuan was released on August 23, 2019 and detained for 251 days.
According to the reporter, Li Hongyuan originally planned to sue Huawei, but in the ferment of public opinion now, whether he will sue again has to be questioned. Source: First Financial Editor: Zhong Qiming
According to the reporter, Li Hongyuan originally planned to sue Huawei, but in the ferment of public opinion now, whether he will sue again has to be questioned.