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After how Trump ruined this guy's career he had to do something desperate to get some spotlight time.
 

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After how Trump ruined this guy's career he had to do something desperate to get some spotlight time.
Please keep in mind that Pakistan itself has used such fears, carefully managed, to its great advantage for decades.
 

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This man is bad news. Maybe it is his karma.

He was Trump's National Security Advisor.
He was responsible for mooting the idea of kidnapping Huawei CFO Meng Wenzhou for ransom.

It was a political prosecution using the long arm jurisdiction of US. :coffee:
 

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:coffee: Listen to the comment made by the presiding Canadian Supreme Court Judge before blabbering away incessantly.
 

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:coffee: Listen to the comment made by the presiding Canadian Supreme Court Judge before blabbering away incessantly.
What Supreme Court judge made any comment about this case?

"Prosecutors in Brooklyn had charged Meng with fraud, accusing her of lying to HSBC Holdings Plc about Huawei’s business dealings in Iran as part of an attempt to violate U.S. trade sanctions. Meng had denied any wrongdoing and accused the U.S. of overreach.

Appearing by video on Friday, Meng pleaded not guilty in a Brooklyn courtroom but subsequently admitted to misleading a financial institution about Huawei’s business operations in Iran. U.S. government lawyers said they will defer prosecution in the matter and dismiss the charges entirely by Dec. 1, 2022 if Meng complies with terms of the agreement, which include refraining from saying anything that contradicts U.S. prosecutors’ states facts about the case."
 
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What Supreme Court judge made any comment about this case?

"Prosecutors in Brooklyn had charged Meng with fraud, accusing her of lying to HSBC Holdings Plc about Huawei’s business dealings in Iran as part of an attempt to violate U.S. trade sanctions. Meng had denied any wrongdoing and accused the U.S. of overreach.

Appearing by video on Friday, Meng pleaded not guilty in a Brooklyn courtroom but subsequently admitted to misleading a financial institution about Huawei’s business operations in Iran. U.S. government lawyers said they will defer prosecution in the matter and dismiss the charges entirely by Dec. 1, 2022 if Meng complies with terms of the agreement, which include refraining from saying anything that contradicts U.S. prosecutors’ states facts about the case."
Since you do not understand the remark made by the Canadian Presiding Supreme Court Judge or what she said, you should not be here.

Why did HSBC have to channel the money back to USA has deluded many experts?

Did we missed something or there was in fact a coercion between HSBC and DoJ in relation to Huawei due to the Money Laundering investigations elsewhere (Not related toHuawei) by DoJ against HSBC.
 
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All nations must do what's in their best interest.
Of course. Pakistan has done right by its strategy, but it may be pertinent in this thread to observe that Bolton may be helping Pakistan's case for support by reminding USA about such fears.
 

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Since you do not understand the remark made by the Canadian Presiding Supreme Court Judge or what she said, you should not be here.

Why did HSBC have to channel the money back to USA has deluded many experts?

Did we missed something or there was in fact a coercion between HSBC and DoJ in relation to Huawei due to the Money Laundering investigations elsewhere (Not related toHuawei) by DoJ against HSBC.
Any transaction that uses USD within the banking system falls under US purview, as simple as that. And a Canadian Judge has no jurisdiction in a Brooklyn courtroom. Don't like it? Then do not use the USD.
 

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