4381067 复 4380889
There is the presumption against extraterritorial application of US laws, and also the question of jurisdiction over her case. She is a Chinese citizen and anything that she did wrong, she did in China. The case has no contacts at all with the US. China should make its own extradition request, so that Ms. Wanzhou can be tried in a Chinese court. A Canadian judge considering two competing extradition requests would have to determine which country has a greater interest in the case.
Although its doubtful that violating US sanctions against Iran is a crime in China, she's also accused of making false statements on bank loan applications, which probably is. (fraud) Even if the case against her is weak, she will be badly mistreated and imprisoned for years until it's resolved.