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Defense lawyer Richard Peck told the court that the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) delayed her arrest and collected evidence for American authorities in a "covert criminal investigation."
He laid out how border agents detained Meng under the pretense of an immigration matter Newport Pleasure and never alerted her to a US warrant for her arrest, while using passwords she volunteered to snoop through her computers and phones.
They questioned her for three hours without advising her of her rights, he said, before eventually handing her over to federal police.
"The facts establish that the CBSA and RCMP collaborated and arranged a plan to deal with Ms Meng in a way that violated" her rights, Peck said.
This provided CBSA agents "an opportunity to interrogate" Meng on behalf of the RCMP and the FBI, he said, suggesting that US authorities have routinely "misused" immigration admissibility exams to gather evidence in criminal cases.
"The RCMP stood by and let CBSA examine Ms Meng without advising her of the true nature Newport 100s Box of why she was detained," Peck said, adding that the CBSA secured her laptop, iPad, USB keys and mobile phone "to give to the RCMP and, eventually, in theory to give to the FBI."