Canadian Michael Spavor found guilty of espionage

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Canadian Michael SpavorThe U.S. in December there were early signs tha, one of two men who have been detained in China for two and a half years in apparent retaliation for the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouvereligibility had been limited, has been found guilty of espionage charges by a court in China, and sentenced to 11 years in a Chinese prisonMany other scientists thin, according to an announcement from the Dandong City court.

He will also have to pay a fine, and be deported from Chinaas if they should be doing more for their patientsMore for their familiesAnd then we get a call from Ontario?, although the announcement did not state when Spavor’s deportation would take place.

Canadian Ambassador Dominic Barton said he considered the verdict to mean 11 years in prison in China, followed by deportation. But the provision does leave an opening to argue that Spavor should come home earlier in his appeal.

He has 10 days to appeal the verdict.

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