Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit
Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit

Canada border officer says giving police Meng Wanzhou’s device passwords was ‘embarrassing, heart-wrenching’ blunder

  • Scott Kirkland, testifying in extradition case, denies deliberately violating Huawei executive’s rights or acting for police or FBI by handing over passwords
  • But Meng’s lawyers say it was part of a covert plot to gather evidence for the American FBI

Topic |   Meng Wanzhou
Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit
Meng Wanzhou's Apple iPhone that was seized at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018. It is seen resting on a Mylar bag, designed to prevent its contents from being remotely wiped or altered. Photo: BC Supreme Court exhibit
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