Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS
Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS

Donald Trump wanted ‘ransom’ for Meng Wanzhou, lawyer tells extradition case

  • The former US president’s attitude towards the Huawei executive was ‘the very definition of ransom’, says lawyer Richard Peck
  • Peck calls for Meng’s extradition case to be stayed, but Canadian government lawyers say nothing justifies such an ‘extraordinary remedy’

Topic |   Meng Wanzhou
Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS
Lawyers for Canada’s government previously called Donald Trump’s comments about Meng Wanzhou “moot” because he is no longer in office. Photo: Getty Images via TNS
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