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Canada Mountie with airport knowledge says he warned against arresting Meng on plane

00:06  27 november  2020
00:06  27 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

Meng's border exam was necessary because of national security concern: officer

  Meng's border exam was necessary because of national security concern: officer VANCOUVER — A senior border officer involved in the examination of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport two years ago said he has never seen a customs and immigration exam deferred to allow for a quick arrest. Supt. Sanjit Dhillon said he would not have allowed the immediate execution of the provisional arrest warrant by the RCMP in the case because there were outstanding national security and criminality concerns about Meng. HeSupt. Sanjit Dhillon said he would not have allowed the immediate execution of the provisional arrest warrant by the RCMP in the case because there were outstanding national security and criminality concerns about Meng.

the arrest of Meng Wanzhou two years ago says she is not aware of any Mounties sharing Dhaliwal has testified that he doesn't recall having a conversation with Chang about the electronics Although her own superior had suggested arresting Meng on the plane , Vander Graaf echoed the

RCMP officer says he didn't give guidance on Meng Wahzhou's border exam. Mountie says she doesn't believe the RCMP shared Meng 's device information with FBI - Canada An RCMP officer who oversaw the arrest of Meng Wanzhou two years ago says she is not aware of any Mounties sharing

VANCOUVER — An RCMP officer who oversaw a small team based at Vancouver's airport says he dismissed a suggestion the night before Meng Wanzhou's flight landed to arrest the Huawei executive by boarding her plane.

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Sgt. Ross Lundie says he had concerns about the suggestion "right off the bat" when the officers tasked with executing the arrest raised it on Nov. 30, 2018.

Lundie testified in B.C. Supreme Court that he told the Mounties boarding a plane for an arrest was "not something we do" unless there is an immediate public safety concern, and that the Canada Border Services Agency needed to be included in the discussion.

Border officer can't recall where idea to collect Meng's phone passcodes came from

  Border officer can't recall where idea to collect Meng's phone passcodes came from VANCOUVER — The border officer who led the examination of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport before her arrest two years ago says he can't recall whose idea it was to collect the passcodes to her phones. Sowmith Katragadda told a B.C. Supreme Court hearing he asked another officer to collect the codes from Meng but can't remember if the order came from one of his supervisors or if it was his own idea. Katragadda is testifying as part of an evidence-gathering hearing in Meng's extradition case.

He said Chinese citizens would view the situation the way the U.S. public might react to seeing the arrest of Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg. So what is Meng Wanzhou accused of doing? The fraud allegations against Meng centre around the relationship between Huawei and a

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Lundie says that having worked on a national security team alongside border officers, he understood they had responsibilities to screen foreign nationals arriving in Canada and was mindful of stepping on their toes.

Lundie is testifying as part of an evidence-gathering hearing as part of Meng's ongoing extradition case.

Her lawyers are collecting information to bolster their allegations that Canadian officials improperly collected evidence against Meng under the guise of a routine immigration exam before informing her of her arrest and right to counsel.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 26, 2020.

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If Meng is released to China, she'll return to hero's welcome and likely continue her work at Huawei .
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