HSBC evidence shows US made ‘outright false’ claims, Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer argues at extradition hearing

Documents given to Meng Wanzhou by HSBC show that US prosecutors had provided her Canadian extradition hearing with “outright false” records of their fraud case against her, a lawyer for the Huawei Technologies executive said on Tuesday.The American record of its case against Meng is thus “so defective” that her extradition hearing should place no reliance on it, her lawyer Mark Sandler told a Vancouver court as he argued for the HSBC documents to be admitted as evidence.It is “relatively rare”…

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