Huawei was detained for 251 days, and its employees returned home: Im afraid now

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 Huawei was detained for 251 days, and its employees returned home: Im afraid now


On December 3, Li Hongyuan, a former employee of Huawei, told surging news reporters that he is now on his way back to his hometown and will be home tomorrow. Dont bother about it. Im afraid now.

Li Hongyuan, a Zhejiang native, has been living in Shenzhen.

On the night of December 2 the previous day, Huawei issued a response saying that Huawei has the right and obligation to report 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.

According to Li Hongyuan, he has worked in Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries for 12 years since 2005. After the expiration of the 7th contract at the beginning of 2018, Huawei decided not to renew the contract with Huawei. After negotiation between the two parties, Huawei determined that the company will make severance compensation based on the standard of 2n, with a total compensation amount of more than 300000 yuan.

But nine months after receiving the compensation, Li Hongyuan, who was still sleeping at 7 a.m., was detained and arrested by the public security organ of Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, and finally, 251 days later, he was decided not to sue by the procuratorate of Longgang District, Shenzhen City, and regained his personal freedom.

On December 2, surging journalists called Li Hongyuans mobile phone. His wife answered the phone and said that the medias interpretation was far beyond their expectation, so they decided not to accept the interview. After the criminal compensation decision came out, we wanted to send it to Huaweis internal forum voice community for clarification, but we didnt expect someone to send it to the external network, causing various discussions on the network and various guesses, so we wanted to come out and clarify our real thinking, but even so, what we said was still various interpretations by the media, which was beyond our control

We had hoped to communicate with Huaweis senior management and general manager Ren, but now that the news comes out, there is a communication channel. We dont need to communicate face to face, but we still hope Huawei can give us an apology. After all, its their misinformation that led to this. Li Hongyuans wife said that she had not considered whether she would sue Huawei for the time being. This is a long-term thing in the future, and she has not considered this for the time being. We still want an apology.

Source: Qiao JunJing, editor in charge of surging news