Canadian Attorney General said Monday that officials followed the law when they detained top Chinese technology executives at the Vancouver airport and the defense did not have evidence to support his “conspiracy theory” that he was illegally arrested.

Canadian Attorney General said Monday that officials followed the law when they detained top Chinese technology executives at the Vancouver airport and the defense did not have evidence to support his “conspiracy theory” that he was illegally arrested.

Attorney General said in court documents released Monday there is no evidence to suggest the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the FBI asked for border agents to obtain information from the financial director of Huawei Meng Wanzhou during his detention.

Meng, the daughter of the founder of Huawei, was arrested at the airport in Vancouver on US 1. requested the arrest and seek his extradition on charges of fraud.

Meng returned to court Monday where his lawyer asked for the document which they say would substantiate their allegations. Richard Peck, his lawyer, told the court that border officials take personal electronic devices Meng and obtain a password for the device before handing them over to the RCMP.

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Meng extradition hearing will not begin until January 20 and he is free on bail while living in a million-dollar home in Vancouver.

His arrest severely damaged the relationship between China and Canada. Beijing arrested two Canadians, a former diplomat and businessman Michael Michael Kovrig Spavor, on December 10 in an apparent attempt to pressure Canada to release Meng.

China has also stopped importing Canadian products such as canola and meat, and also re-sentenced a convicted drug smuggler died after catching Meng Canada as part of an apparent campaign of intimidation and retribution against Canada.

China and the United States is currently engaged in a trade war that has shaken global financial markets.

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