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評:稍安毋躁,商業事項按商業途徑解決。

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文章editorial » 週五 9月 24, 2021 2:45 pm

「川普公函給佐治亞州務卿:審查欺詐 宣布選舉無效」啟動取消選舉認證 宣布真正獲勝者

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文章editorial » 週六 9月 25, 2021 10:44 am

雙方達成協議,孟晚舟可以回中國了!
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評: 看到很多評論説中共大勝,美國輸到很慘。
這都不公正,關鍵是孟晚舟簽署協議有沒有認罪,根據報道她認罪了。這認罪協議猶如判華為死刑,其他銀行再也不敢與華為交易和商業上有來往。這份認罪協議書可使美國合理及合法地進一步制裁及打壓華為。
華為命已經垂危了,再引渡她回美國受審意義不大,亦不必要。另外,孟晚舟是否願意歸國也是問題。在明年12月前仍有變數。


剛剛中共報道,孟晚舟已經乘坐中共包機回中國。

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文章editorial » 週六 9月 25, 2021 11:04 am

共同社:四方安全峰會將發表強硬抗中聲明
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美國司法部與華為首席財務官孟晚舟達成協議,讓她可回國後,兩名原在中國被拘留的加拿大人隨即獲釋,並已離開中國。消息由加拿大總理杜魯多宣佈,兩名獲釋的加拿大人是加國前外交官康明凱 (Michael Kovrig) 和商人斯帕弗 (Michael Spavor),已於周五 (24 日)由加拿大駐華大使鮑達民 (Dominic Barton) 陪同離開中國。
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文章editorial » 週六 9月 25, 2021 2:43 pm

最高法院宣布重新接受2020年大選舞弊案件
之前不接受的案件重新開庭審理
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評: 最高法院大法官們有看風駛舵之嫌,看形勢抵擋不住了,被迫改變態度,回歸司法公正,背叛民主派。

大峽谷報告出爐,三專家呈堂證據,超出人們想象。
州參議院立即報案,總檢察長答應啟動調查。左媒出醜。
德州響應川普總統呼籲,週五宣佈啟動全面法醫式審查。

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文章chanhe » 週日 9月 26, 2021 9:54 am

康明凱和斯帕弗已抵達加拿大
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圖為被中共抓捕拘禁近三年的加拿大前外交官康明凱(Michael Kovrig)

周六(9月25日),被中共拘禁近三年的加拿大前外交官康明凱(Michael Kovrig)和商人麥可‧斯帕弗(Michael Spavor)搭乘空軍專機抵達亞伯塔省卡爾加里,總理賈斯汀‧特魯多在機場迎接。當日晚些時候,康明凱抵達多倫多和家人團聚,他對媒體表示,回家的感覺很棒。

當天晚些時候,面帶微笑的康明凱降落在多倫多皮爾遜國際機場,在那裡和他的妹妹和妻子團聚。康明凱與媒體進行了簡短的交談,他對媒體的支持表示感謝,並表示他將在適當的時候有更多的話要說。

「回到加拿大的家真是太棒了」,他告訴記者,「我非常感謝所有辛勤工作將我們倆帶回家的人。」

加拿大總理特魯多在周五(24若)晚的新聞發布會上宣布,兩個麥可搭機已經離開中國領空,將返回加拿大。

「歡迎回家,康明凱和麥可‧斯帕弗」,特魯多周六在一條推文中寫道,「你們表現出了令人難以置信的力量、韌性和毅力。要知道,全國各地的加拿大人將一如既往地和你們站在一起。」

他還在推文下面附上兩人抵達加拿大的照片。

應美國司法部要求,2018年12月,加拿大警方在溫哥華國際機場逮捕了華為財務長孟晚舟。隨後中共拘捕康明凱和加拿大商人斯帕弗,對他們提出間諜罪指控。

多國將中共此舉稱為「人質外交」。

兩名加拿大人總共被關押了1,019天。最初,兩人被單獨監禁,牢房裡的燈日夜不停地亮著。人權組織認為,這可能導致睡眠不足,認定這是一種酷刑。

兩人獲釋的消息引起加拿大各地的慶祝,保守黨領袖艾林‧奧圖爾(Erin O』Toole)和新民主黨領袖駔勉誠(Jagmeet Singh)都對兩人的獲釋表示祝賀。

康明凱的同事普拉文‧馬迪拉朱(Praveen Madhiraju)周六告訴CTV新聞頻道:「這很難描述,但我比任何人都為他和他的家人感到非常激動。」馬迪拉朱表示,這一天已經等得太久,為(其生活的)下一篇章感到興奮。

加拿大副總理方慧蘭(Chrystia Freeland)表示,兩名麥可在被拘留期間表現出「令人難以置信的力量」。

「康明凱和麥可·斯帕弗現在回家了——他們以及他們的家人都表現出了令人難以置信的力量、勇敢和韌性。」她周六在推特上寫道,「加拿大政府一直在努力確保他們獲釋。我們感謝所有幫助實現這一目標的人。」

前加拿大外交官科林‧羅伯遜(Colin Robertson)周六告訴CTV新聞頻道,兩名麥可的迅速獲釋表明他們的拘留實際上是報復性的。

「這顯然是承認,這確實是為了孟晚舟(被捕)的報復性劫持人質。」他說。

「我認為(這是)靜默外交的勝利,因為這一切信息都是保密的。沒有人知道發生了什麼。我和加拿大其他人一樣驚訝。」羅伯遜說。

孟晚舟認錯方能獲釋? 美媒分析拜登政府遏制華為不會放鬆
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在加拿大滯留近3年的華為財務長孟晚舟與美國司法部達成協議,今天終於獲釋得以返回中國。美國媒體認為孟晚舟案雖暫告落幕,但基於科技競爭,美國不會放鬆遏制華為。據紐時指出,孟晚舟獲釋不代表完事,美國司法部對華為公司的刑事控訴仍在,且美國檢方可能會拿孟晚舟在協議里坦承不法的供詞當證據,繼續對付華為。

據中央社今天引述報導稱,華為財務長孟晚舟24日獲釋得以返回中國。美國媒體分析認為,孟晚舟案雖暫告落幕,但基於科技競爭,美國遏制華為的行動不會放鬆。

據「華盛頓郵報」指出,孟晚舟向美國檢方承認,掩飾華為違反美國對伊朗的制裁而逕自與伊朗做生意。儘管孟晚舟為滿足協議相關條款坦承不法,但在美方緩起訴里她不用認罪。

美國檢方表示按緩起訴協議,司法部將向加拿大撤銷引渡孟晚舟赴美受審,只要她這段期間遵守協議未再涉不法,美方會於2022年12月1日撤回對她控罪。

「華爾街日報」引述協議指出,人在加拿大的孟晚舟以視訊參加紐約布魯克林的美國聯邦法院庭訊,她坦承做錯事以換取美方緩起訴並撤銷對她電匯、銀行詐欺等指控。

孟晚舟已在當地時間24日傍晚從溫哥華搭機返國。

孟晚舟在一份4頁的案情聲明里坦承,她2013年向銀行作不實聲明,隱瞞華為與一間在伊朗營運子公司間的關係,以致銀行違反美國制裁令為她們服務。

現年49歲的孟晚舟是華為創辦人任正非之女,2018年12月加拿大應美國請求趁孟晚舟在加國轉機時逮人,在美、中、加引發軒然大波。在加國法院撤銷一切行動限制後,孟晚舟傍晚在法院外宣讀一份聲明,感謝親友們這段時間相挺,稱過去3年她的生活被攪得翻天覆地。

美國司法部2019年1月起訴孟晚舟,指控她涉及電匯與銀行詐欺。知情人士透露,這段司法攻防期間,孟晚舟大多待在溫哥華的豪宅,受法院指派的保全人員監控,大部分時間都是與法律團隊討論自己的案子、利用線上工具練習英文、作畫與運動。

孟晚舟獲釋時值美中關係持續下滑,包括美國上周宣布與澳洲、英國建立AUKUS戰略聯盟並為澳洲建造核潛艦,以及美國總統拜登在華府與日本、印度、澳洲領袖舉行四方安全對話(Quad)峰會。

多次參與美中矚目法律案件的美國律師柯恩(Jerome A. Cohen)說:「希望它(孟晚舟獲釋)能開啟一條解決諸多困擾美中問題的道路。」

華爾街日報早前披露,其實川普政府去年底時就與孟晚舟的律師討論過類似協議,但當時因孟晚舟仍堅稱沒有任何不法而觸礁。

一些呼籲對中國採取強硬立場的美方國安專家覺得,釋放孟晚舟形同舉白旗,還會被中國政府拿來說事。川普政府時代的白宮國家安全會議中國事務主任特賓(Matt Turpin)說:「我想北京會得出結論,即採取對應的扣押人質會有效,且華府一遇施壓就會屈從。」

據「紐約時報」指出,歷時3年之久的孟晚舟案得以落幕,表明拜登政府和中國能在重大爭端里達成某種和解,然而拜登同時也在白宮首度與澳洲、日本、印度3國領袖會面,共謀抗中對策,顯示美中仍處複雜的競爭階段。

據該報導,孟晚舟案的意涵不光只是她個人能否獲釋,而在於美國力阻華為與中國主宰5G通聯網絡。華為已成美中兩強高度競爭的象徵,也彰顯兩國都決心將舉國之力投入以贏得益發激烈的技術競爭。美國在川普主政時開始威脅或說服盟友不要購置華為設備。

據紐時指出,孟晚舟獲釋不代表完事,美國司法部對華為公司的刑事控訴仍在,且美國檢方可能會拿孟晚舟在協議里坦承不法的供詞當證據,繼續對付華為。



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孟晚舟承認了那些罪?美國司法部公布七項協議內容
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美國司法部的聲明說,美國檢方24日當天宣讀的七項協議內容,孟晚舟承認協議附帶文本所列的犯罪案件的事實情況,也就是,孟晚舟承認曾向銀行作假、幫助華為破壞了針對伊朗的經濟制裁。孟晚舟本人過目了這份文件和翻譯文本,與律師討論過,承認協議附件上面所陳述的犯罪事實屬實。

如果孟晚舟違反協議,美國政府律師有權提出控訴、定罪。這些孟晚舟同意的事實,可能在公聽會上作為證據提出。這份事實也會作為法官宣布她的罪行和定罪時使用。

同時,孟晚舟及其律師同意,在簽署協議書後,不會在其它場合對於這份犯罪事實,做其它聲明,也不能對外界稱她非自願簽署,或者推說她不明白自己簽署的內容。

檢方將起訴的文件延遲到2022年12月1日,也就是孟晚舟被捕四年後撤銷針對她的指控,前提是她滿足以上條件。



美國司法部聲明:

Eastern District of New York

Friday, September 24, 2021
Huawei CFO Wanzhou Meng Admits to Misleading Global Financial Institution
Meng Enters into Deferred Prosecution Agreement to Resolve Fraud Charges

Earlier today, Wanzhou Meng, Chief Financial Officer of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Huawei), appeared before U.S. District Judge Ann M. Donnelly in federal district court in Brooklyn, New York, for an arraignment on charges of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, bank fraud, and wire fraud, after she entered into a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section of the Justice Department’s National Security Division (CES), and the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division (MLARS) to resolve those charges.

Nicole Boeckmann, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Acting Assistant Attorney General Mark J. Lesko of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite Jr. of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, and Alan Kohler, Assistant Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Counterintelligence Division (FBI), announced the deferred prosecution agreement.

“In entering into the deferred prosecution agreement, Meng has taken responsibility for her principal role in perpetrating a scheme to defraud a global financial institution,” stated Acting U.S. Attorney Boeckmann. “Her admissions in the statement of facts confirm that, while acting as the Chief Financial Officer for Huawei, Meng made multiple material misrepresentations to a senior executive of a financial institution regarding Huawei’s business operations in Iran in an effort to preserve Huawei’s banking relationship with the financial institution. The truth about Huawei’s business in Iran, which Meng concealed, would have been important to the financial institution’s decision to continue its banking relationship with Huawei. Meng’s admissions confirm the crux of the government’s allegations in the prosecution of this financial fraud—that Meng and her fellow Huawei employees engaged in a concerted effort to deceive global financial institutions, the U.S. government, and the public about Huawei’s activities in Iran.”

“This Deferred Prosecution Agreement will lead to the end of the ongoing extradition proceedings in Canada, which otherwise could have continued for many months, if not years,” stated Acting Assistant Attorney General Lesko for the Justice Department’s National Security Division. “We are enormously grateful to Canada’s Department of Justice for its dedicated work on this extradition and for its steadfast adherence to the rule of law.”

“Financial institutions are our first line of defense in maintaining the safety and security of the U.S. financial system,” said Assistant Attorney General Polite of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “That is why the law requires that companies who avail themselves of the U.S. financial system provide financial institutions with truthful information about their business operations. Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei Technologies, admitted today that she failed to tell the truth about Huawei’s operations in Iran, and as a result the financial institution continued to do business with Huawei in violation of U.S. law. Our prosecution team continues to prepare for trial against Huawei, and we look forward to proving our case against the company in court.”

“Meng's admissions are evidence of a consistent pattern of deception to violate U.S. law. The FBI will continue to aggressively investigate companies doing business in the United States when there are signs they behave with contempt for our laws,” stated FBI Assistant Director Kohler.

The Scheme to Defraud Financial Institutions

According to court filings, and as agreed to by Meng in the DPA’s statement of facts, Skycom Tech. Co. Ltd. (“Skycom”) was a Hong Kong company that primarily operated in Iran. As of February 2007, Skycom was wholly owned by a subsidiary of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (“Huawei”), Hua Ying Management (“Hua Ying”). In November 2007, Hua Ying transferred its shares of Skycom to another entity that Huawei controlled, Canicula Holdings (“Canicula”). At the time Hua Ying transferred its Skycom shares to Canicula, Meng was the Secretary of Hua Ying.

In February 2008, after Huawei transferred ownership of Skycom from Hua Ying to Canicula, Meng joined Skycom’s Board of Directors, which was comprised of Huawei employees. She served on the Board until April 2009. After Meng departed from Skycom’s Board, Skycom’s Board members continued to be Huawei employees, Canicula continued to own Skycom, and Canicula continued to be controlled by Huawei. As of August 2012, Huawei included Skycom among a list of “other Huawei subsidiaries” in Huawei corporate documents written in English.

Between 2010 and 2014, Huawei controlled Skycom’s business operations in Iran, and Skycom was owned by an entity controlled by Huawei. All significant Skycom business decisions were made by Huawei. Moreover, Skycom’s country manager—the head of the business—was a Huawei employee. Individuals employed by Skycom believed they worked for Huawei.

During the same time period, Huawei employees engaged with a U.K. staffing company to provide engineers in Iran to support Skycom’s work with Iranian telecommunications service providers. Negotiations and contracting on behalf of Skycom were conducted by Huawei employees. To pay for these contractors, Huawei sent at least $7.5 million to the U.K. staffing company in a series of approximately 80 payments from Skycom’s bank accounts in Asia, including at a multinational financial institution (“Financial Institution 1”), to the U.K. staffing company’s account in the United Kingdom. The transactions were denominated in U.S. dollars and cleared through the United States.

In December 2012 and January 2013, various news organizations, including Reuters, reported that Skycom offered to sell “embargoed” equipment from a U.S. computer equipment manufacturer in Iran in potential violation of U.S. export controls law, and that Huawei had close ties with Skycom. In a statement to Reuters published in a December 2012 article, Huawei claimed that Skycom was one of its “major local partners” in Iran. Reuters reported that Huawei had further stated that “Huawei’s business in Iran is in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations including those of the U.N., U.S. and E.U. This commitment has been carried out and followed strictly by our company. Further, we also require our partners to follow the same commitment and strictly abide by the relevant laws and regulations.”

In January 2013, a subsequent Reuters article reported that Meng had served on the Board of Directors of Skycom between February 2008 and April 2009 and identified other connections between Skycom directors and Huawei. The article also quoted the following statement from Huawei: “The relationship between Huawei and Skycom is a normal business partnership. Huawei has established a trade compliance system which is in line with industry best practices and our business in Iran is in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations including those of the UN. We also require our partners, such as Skycom, to make the same commitments.” This statement was incorrect, as Huawei operated and controlled Skycom; Skycom was therefore not Huawei’s business “partner.”

After these articles were published, Financial Institution 1 and other global financial institutions that provided international banking services to Huawei (collectively, the “Financial Institutions”), including U.S. dollar-clearing, made inquiries to Huawei in response to the above-described press reports. In early 2013, Huawei employees represented to the Financial Institutions that Skycom was just a local business partner of Huawei in Iran and that Skycom had not conducted Iran-related transactions using its accounts at the Financial Institutions.

To address the allegations in the news reports, Huawei requested an in-person meeting with a senior Financial Institution 1 employee. That meeting occurred on August 22, 2013 in Hong Kong, at which time Meng met with an executive of Financial Institution 1 responsible for operations in the Asia Pacific region. During the meeting, Meng delivered a PowerPoint presentation written in Chinese, which was translated by an interpreter into English. Meng stated that she was using an interpreter to be precise in her language.

In her presentation, Meng stated, among other things, that Huawei’s relationship with Skycom was “normal business cooperation” and “normal and controllable business cooperation,” and she described Skycom as a “partner,” a “business partner of Huawei,” and a “third party Huawei works with” in Iran. Those statements were untrue because, as Meng knew, Skycom was not a business partner of, or a third party working with, Huawei; instead, Huawei controlled Skycom, and Skycom employees were really Huawei employees. It would have been material to Financial Institution 1 to know that Huawei controlled Skycom.

In addition, Meng stated that Huawei “was once a shareholder of Skycom” but had “sold all its shares in Skycom.” Those statements were untrue, because, as Meng knew, Huawei had “sold” its shares to an entity that Huawei controlled. Specifically, Huawei transferred Skycom shares from a Huawei subsidiary (Hua Ying) to another entity that was controlled by Huawei (Canicula). It would have been material to Financial Institution 1 to know that Skycom was transferred from one Huawei-controlled entity to another.

Finally, Meng stated that Huawei “operates in Iran in strict compliance with applicable laws, regulations and sanctions” and that “there has been no violation of export control regulations” by “Huawei or any third party Huawei works with.” These statements were untrue because Huawei’s operation of Skycom, which caused the Financial Institutions to provide prohibited services, including banking services, for Huawei’s Iran-based business while Huawei concealed Skycom’s link to Huawei, was in violation of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control’s Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations, 31 C.F.R. Part 560. Moreover, between 2010 and 2014, Huawei caused Skycom to conduct approximately $100 million worth of U.S.-dollar transactions through Financial Institution 1 that cleared through the United States, at least some of which supported its work in Iran in violation of U.S. law, including $7.5 million for Iran-based contractors from the U.K. staffing company to do work in Iran.

At no point during or after the meeting did Meng, who was aware of Huawei’s public statements about Skycom in Reuters, retract or amend any of those statements. Moreover, Huawei’s Treasurer, who also attended the August Meeting, did not correct or amend any of the statements made by Meng.

Shortly after the meeting between Meng and Financial Institution 1, Huawei prepared an English version of the PowerPoint presentation at Financial Institution 1’s request. Meng later arranged for a paper copy of that PowerPoint presentation to be delivered to the Financial Institution 1 executive she had met with in September 2013. The representations in the English version of the PowerPoint presentation closely tracked the ones Meng had made during the meeting.

After the meeting and subsequent to receipt of Meng’s PowerPoint presentation, Financial Institution 1 decided to continue its relationship with Huawei. The other Financial Institutions similarly continued their respective relationships with Huawei.

The DPA

Under the terms of the DPA, Meng has agreed to the accuracy of a four-page statement of facts that details the knowing false statements she made to Financial Institution 1. Meng also has agreed not to commit other federal, state, or local crimes. If Meng breaches the agreement, she will be subject to prosecution of all of the charges against her in the third superseding indictment filed in this case. The government also agreed to withdraw its request to the Ministry of Justice of Canada that Meng be extradited to the United States.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Alexander A. Solomon, Julia Nestor, David K. Kessler, Sarah M. Evans, and Meredith A. Arfa, MLARS Trial Attorneys Laura Billings and Christian Nauvel, and CES Trial Attorneys Thea D. R. Kendler, David Lim and R. Elizabeth Abraham are in charge of the prosecution, with assistance provided by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Brian Morris and Brendan King of the Eastern District of New York’s Civil Division and Trial Attorneys Andrew Finkelman, Margaret O’Malley, and John Reisenberg of DOJ’s Office of International Affairs.

The Defendant:

WANZHOU MENG
Age: 49
People’s Republic of China

E.D.N.Y. Docket No. 18-CR-457 (S-3) (AMD)
Attachment(s):
Download U.S. v Meng DPA and Statement of Facts
Topic(s):
Financial Fraud
Component(s):
USAO - New York, Eastern
Contact:
John Marzulli
United States Attorney's Office
(718) 254-6323
Updated September 24, 2021

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