(Reuters) – The Canadian attorney-general, have submitted sworn statements claiming that the identification information of the Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou on electronic devices has not been shared with the united states Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in its December 2018, with an arrest in the greater Vancouver area, court documents showed on Thursday.
FILE PHOTO: mobile phone Huawei Technologies, Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou back to the British Columbia supreme court after a lunch break during a court hearing in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on September 30, 2019. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson/
Meng, 47, is charged in the United States, by fraud, and they have been accused of misleading HSBC Holdings PLC’s (HSBA.(L) on the Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd in Iran, which is under U.S. sanctions. Mix, she says, that she is innocent and is fighting extradition.
At the beginning of October, Mix it, and his lawyers claimed that the members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) had illegally shared sensitive information about its devices to the FBI.
“The applicant’s contention that the information that was shared by the RCMP to the FBI, three lawyers, and Canada’s minister of justice, said in court documents released to the media on Thursday.
Huawei was not available for immediate comment.
Canada’s attorney-general submitted, the statements made in this month, in which members of the FBI and the RCMP had been talking about what information will be needed in the case of a mutual legal assistance treaty request by the United States of america, from one country to another, where the exchange of information, to enforce the law.
The RCMP is not part of the data, the sworn statements written by past and present members of the police department, said.
The lawyers at Canada’s attorney general, added in their letter that the information is being collected, but not shared, presented a “good-faith” attempt by the RCMP to ensure that all the parts would have to be made in accordance with the law.”
Mix together, and its lawyers return to the British Columbia court this week, requesting documents relating to Mix with the arrest at the Vancouver International Airport, at the request of the United States of america, on Dec. 1, 2018.
Mix it with the argument that it is part of a broader strategy to prove that her arrest was illegal and in violation of his rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
If the Canadian officials of abuse of authority, but his lawyers say the extradition proceedings shall be discontinued. The formal extradition trial begins in January of the year 2020.
“In any event, the allegations could not lead to the most drastic of remedies, a stay of proceedings,” the representatives of the Canadian attorney-general, he said.
Reporting Moira Warburton, in Toronto; Editing by Denny Thomas and Sandra Maler