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US Reportedly Asked that Devices of Meng Wanzhou Be Secured During Arrest Against 'Remote Erasure'

Meng Wanzhou earlier lost her appeal to unseal confidential documents related to her extradition case as the Huawei Chief Financial Officer claims to have been illegally arrested in December 2018 and sought to disclose the documents which purportedly contain evidence of unlawful actions by the Canadian authorities.

An officer of the Royal Canadian mounted police (RCMP) who arrested Meng Wanzhou during a stopover at Vancouver International Airport has testified in B.C. Supreme Court to reveal that Washington had requested that data on her phone and laptop be secured against being “erased remotely”, reports CBC News.

Const. Winston Yep testified on 26 October about the hours leading up to the arrest of the Huawei chief financial officer on 1 December 2018, claiming he knew immediately that her extradition case was "high-profile" when he was handed her file the day before her flight from Hong Kong, although he didn't know who exactly Meng was.

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