Translated by: MOS Education Group – Winsun
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that two Canadians, Michael Cumming Kai, and Michael Spaffer, who had been imprisoned by the CCP since 2018, have been released and are on their way home. The release of the two men was made public after the US court approved the agreement reached between the Department of Justice and Meng Wanzhou to plead guilty and suspend the prosecution, It was made public after ending the extradition process and allowing Meng Wanzhou to return to China.
Meng Wanzhou was arrested by the Canadian police at Vancouver International Airport on December 1, 2018. That month, Canadian businessman Spaffer and former Canadian diplomat in China, Kang Mingkai, were arrested by the Chinese Communist Party’s security services. The CCP claimed that Spaffer had repeatedly photographed Chinese military equipment and provided intelligence to Cumming Kai. On March 22, 2021, the Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People’s Court tried Kang Mingkai behind closed doors, and the sentence has not yet been pronounced. On August 11, 2021, Spaffer was sentenced to 11 years in prison by the CCP on the grounds of “providing overseas spies and illegally providing state secrets.”
The outside world generally believes that the arrest of the two Canadians is directly related to Meng Wanzhou’s arrest by the Canadian side, and is a typical act of revenge by the CCP. The CCP’s move to release Spaffer and Cumming Kay immediately after it was convinced that Meng Wanzhou would be released shows that this is an exchange of hostages, not according to the law. How can criminals who have been sentenced be released casually? Because the CCP is fundamentally free There is no rule of law at all, The law is to maintain the rule of the thieves who steal the country.
Edited by: Eglise Bell 圣母院钟声
Posted by: Eglise Bell 圣母院钟声
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