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Huawei s Meng Wanzhou wins right to more documents involving arrest

Huawei s Meng Wanzhou wins right to more documents involving arrest
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VANCOUVER -- Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has won an application for more documents to be disclosed as she alleges there was an abuse of process during her arrest at Vancouver s airport last year.

Justice Heather Holmes of the British Columbia Supreme Court says Meng has met the test for further disclosure but her ruling doesn t predict or imply that the claim of an abuse of process will succeed in the extradition case.

Meng was detained on Dec. 1, 2018, for three hours by border guards who seized her electronic devices and passcodes before handing them to the RCMP when the police force executed a provisional arrest warrant.

Her lawyers plan to argue at a hearing in June that the Canada Border Services Agency, the RCMP and the Federal Bureau of Investigation violated her rights.
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