Huawei CFO freed on $7.5 million Dollars bail, Trump may intervene

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The release of the Chinese technology company's chief financial officer caps three days of bail hearings and sets the stage for what could be a lengthy battle. He said he vouches for Meng's character to comply with any conditions imposed by the British Columbia Supreme Court and has pledged C$500,000 from the equity on his home in Vancouver, which is valued at C$1.4 million.

Tuesday was the third day of bail hearings.

Meng Wanzhou joined Huawei as early as 1993, when she began a career at her father's company as a receptionist.

The US alleges that Huawei used a Hong Kong shell company to sell equipment in Iran in violation of US sanctions.

Wanzhou, who was released on bail Tuesday, has been accused of misleading multinational banks about Iran-linked transactions.

Gibb-Carsley said Meng is alleged to have said Huawei and Skycom were separate companies in a meeting with an executive of a financial institution, misleading the executive and putting the institution at risk of financial harm and criminal liability.

"The idea that there is retaliation against a Canadian citizen, unwarranted retaliation, will make it even more hard for the Canadian government to squirm its way out of this situation that the United States has presented us with, " he said by phone from Ottawa.

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But Mr Trump undercut efforts to distinguish between trade talks and the Huawei case in his interview with Reuters.

Meng was arrested last Saturday while in transit at Vancouver's airport.

If convicted in the United States, Meng faces up to 30 years in prison.

The court discussed whether Meng's husband can qualify as a bail surety if he is not a resident of Canada. But for the second passport issued on November 7, 2014, Meng had added "Liu" before her surname.

But Richard Kurland, an immigration lawyer who's been sitting in court, says it could take years for the extradition process and appeals to play out.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau voiced concern over the detention that his ministers said was very troubling.

Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States.

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USA officials allege the telecom giant was trying to use multinational banks to move money out of Iran. One man in the courtroom gallery brought binoculars to have a closer look at Meng, her lawyers and the prosecution team. He said Kovrig did deep political work when he was working for the embassy. One of them was a couple that has been in Canada since the 90s, who said they were willing to put up their $1.4 -million home. The property is now assessed at S$5.8 million, according to property records and an affidavit by Meng read aloud in court.

"He's a rich capitalist, he can do his functions anywhere he is, " said Martin.

Steve Tan with Recovery Science told court the company has done electronic monitoring in more than 500 of bail cases and is now monitoring 115 people on bail with Global Positioning System ankle bracelets.

In response, prosecutors argued that Meng was indeed a flight risk, the Post says.

Prior to her release Meng had spent more than a week in custody and cited her poor health - including previous cancer surgery and difficulty eating solid foods - as grounds for bail.

The company has said it is not aware of any wrongdoing by Meng and Martin said no charge or indictment has been filed against his client, just a warrant.

"If people in the rest of the world make this association, it's because Meng Wanzhou's arrest was really way over the line". She chatted with her lawyers briefly and took a seat beside a Mandarin interpreter in the prisoner's dock.

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