According to Reuters, on Friday, the US District Judge Donnelly, He denied the indictment against Meng. Canadian officials on behalf of the United States arrested Meng in 2018 for allegedly violating American sanctions against Iran.
He is also the founder and CEO of Huawei. by Ren Zhengfei Her daughter, Meng, spent the next three years battling extradition attempts to the United States, where she faced up to 30 years in prison on charges of bank fraud and electronic fraud. Donnelly dismissed the indictment on grounds of “prejudice,” meaning the Justice Department cannot bring the same charges against Meng again.
A ray of hope for Huawei! Indictment denied!
Meng spent three years under house arrest before making a deal with US prosecutors last year. The detention strained relations between the United States and China and sparked an international crisis. China released two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Michael, a few days after Meng’s arrest. Kovrig arrested. Later these people mang, They were released immediately after signing a deferred prosecution agreement with the Ministry of Justice. As part of the deal mang, He admitted that Huawei had made false statements about its business in Iran. mang, He flew to China the same day after Donnelly dropped the case.
Huawei and its subsidiaries, in the USA still facing serious charges. Most notably, the Justice Department has recently filed charges against two Chinese spies who allegedly tried to interfere with a criminal investigation against the company. Earlier this week, the FCC banned a group of Chinese companies, as well as Huawei’s telecom and video surveillance equipment. Meng is currently the company’s rotating president and vice president, and CFO works as.