China hints at national security trials for detained Canadians

China hints at national security trials for detained Canadians

China is hinting at having trials for two Canadians who had been detained under national security charges. Foreign Minister of China, Hua Chunying, has stated that the cases have been transferred to a prosecutor for ’review and prosecution in accordance with the law.’ It is widely believed to be an attempt at pressuring Canada to release Meng Wanzhou, a top executive at Chinese tech giant Huawei.

Kathy
Kathy
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Go ahead China, there are way more Chinese outside China than non Chinese in China. Start making a list on all chinese.

Shane
Shane 4 months

China has a huge advantage here over Trudeau, and I see him releasing the Exec for Huawei soon.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 4 months

Trudeau will bend the knee. They have been doing so for years. That is why Canada is a security risk. It is also why the United States needs to take up the offer of the 6 provinces that wish to join the Union. Third largest oil reserves, arctic passage, rare earth, potash, Hydro-Electric power, Alaska corridor, agriculture land expansion, coal, gold, diamonds, iron ore, uranium, water the list goes on and on and on. Boost the GDP by at least 3 points.

porcus
porcus 4 months

I am 100% positive that the CCP will be 100% neutral and fair with this trial. I mean, all Leftist governments are fair and good, right? And *especially* if they are non-Western - that pretty much guarantees that it doesn't have a smidge of privilege present. :D

BlunderingFool
BlunderingFool 4 months

Fuess they’ll get organ harvested then.

porcus
porcus 4 months

And, can we all agree that it would be DARN HARD to find a jury or court in the world who would be unbiased against CANADIANS?? I mean, really, the CCP is doing all it can but let's not expect the impossible...

william willie
william willie 4 months

Canada can send their navy boat to threaten China lol

Don Grantham
Don Grantham 4 months

Fair and impartial. That's the Chinese legal system in a nutshell. Emphasis on NUT.

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