REPORT: U.S. Justice Department Seeking Extradition Of Meng Wanzhou, Charges Huawei With Fraud, Stealing Trade Secrets, & More

U.S. “deeply grateful to the government of Canada” says U.S. Attorney General MAtthew Whitaker.

The U.S. Department of Justice is hitting Huawei with numerous charges, and is warning of the dangerous influence of the Communist China-controlled company infiltrating into telecommunications infrastructure.

The FBI went as far as saying Huawei could ‘threaten national security’ in the U.S.

Canada was also thanked for assistance to the United States.

The indictment has 13 counts.

Among the charges are conspiracy to commit wire fraud, violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, and bank fraud.

Meng Wanzhou faces financial fraud charges.

The announcement of the charges featured top Administration officials, including FBI Director Christopher Wray, DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and Attorney General Matthew Whitaker.

Here is some video from the announcement of charges:

Spencer Fernando

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Moe. S.

Ah finally! Our neighbours to the South deciding to take over the reins from Goof McCallum & Gaffe Trudeau. I’m sure the U.S. decided they had seen enough of the Canadian govt’s amateur clowns bumble & fumble. Oops! I meant Goof & Gaffe.