Meng Whanzou case is ‘full of holes’: Immigration lawyer

Meng Whanzou case is 'full of holes': Immigration lawyer 1


Immigration lawyer and policy analyst Richard Kurland says the Meng Whanzou case is 'full of holes'.

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36 Comments on "Meng Whanzou case is ‘full of holes’: Immigration lawyer"

  1. Meng Whanzou should be released immediately.

  2. She should have never been arrested in the first place.
    This was always political and Canada foolishly allowed itself to be caught in the middle.

    • OMG you’re law enforcement? Or a lawyer in this case who is now free to talk about the case?? you have first hand knowledge of this case? please share it! BC absolutely NO ONE in this segment has that knowledge, they’re just regurgitating rumours and taking bits of unverified accounts and slapping them together in a narrative they’ve been trying to push from day 1 bc they have no decency or self respect as a news organisation.

    • i don’t doubt that there’s been a lot of politization of the justice system under the Libs and Trump, which is wrong on any day! but that started long before this case, and 2 wrongs don’t make a right. Them messing up does not mean everyone else is now free to try to interfere in ongoing cases. This ”news” segment is a joke. It contains zero facts and zero news. Just a click bait title. Whatever the name of this host is and that super dramatic ”expert” of hers, they do NOT get to decide ongoing cases.

    • @Andra Book Let me guess, Iraq had WMDs in 2003 too, right? Gulf of Tonkin happened too, right? Trump Lost, get over it.

  3. medusianAllure | December 4, 2020 at 10:44 AM | Reply

    For this, I’m going to see if I can get Huawei as my next phone.

  4. This has been obvious since day one

  5. If the PPT could use as the evident, we should be able to arrest all Wall st CEOs & CFOs based on what’s on their PPTs when IPO, cuz none of them were real numbers, the book were cooked….But what happening today, we are at all time high. Pls release her, American may not need 5G in this life, but 38m Canadians need vaccines and jobs, no more political BS…

  6. The biggest bouffon of this case is our primister Justin Trudeau’s administration.
    We, Canadians paid the price.😞😞😞😢😢😢😢

  7. wow….this sounds so drmatic….i feel like im watching a murder mystery. You guys are seriously STILL trying to interfere in the justice system?

  8. All because of some corrupt American politicians…look what they are also doing to Julian Assange.

  9. this Huawei brand case became a reality show after more then 2 years. I will never trust anything come out of governments is full of hidden garbage everywhere. always trust the money is where to go

  10. lesson learnt.
    Never do any dirty work for anyone. Canada first.
    Learn from Swiss!

  11. Uncompromised opinion | December 4, 2020 at 1:38 PM | Reply


  12. Justin, the magnificent he should take full credit for this.

  13. This is. a Complete disaster for Canada.

  14. For those who claimed this is not a political case, They are just hypocrites who lie to themselves and others.

  15. Michael Longair | December 4, 2020 at 1:59 PM | Reply

    Canada shouldn’t involve this at all

  16. Such contrived b.s 🤣

  17. Canada looking like a lightweight in the world stage.

  18. Canada government do dirty job for America dictators…Canada government kidnapping her for nothing..this is what we called: Canada rule of law…holy moly 😡

    • It’s called an extradition treaty, it’s an international agreement. It must be honored automatically, for it to mean anything. She’s being given a fair trial, and it’s my hope she goes free due to an acquittal from our court system and is quickly sent home.

    • Thinking Aloud | December 4, 2020 at 10:42 PM | Reply

      @094247005 If she was seized illegally,then she is owed an apology,to damages to her for losing her liberty for 2 years and the millions she has to pay for her legal fees.This is part of the rule of law.

    • @Thinking Aloud You are right. “If”. And then she can sue for it and earn back millions.

      Whatever gets our two Michaels home quicker. No one should face a death penalty because of political maneuvering.

  19. Canadian government is a pushover! WEAK!

  20. Warren Mundell | December 4, 2020 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    That is not walking home Scott free. If you are guilty of any offence, it is very hard to get a visa to travel to most countries. She is innocent, and it will be proven.

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