Canada's attorney general filed eight affidavits this month stating that members of the FBI Online Cigarettes Store USA and RCMP were discussing what information would be necessary in the case of a mutual legal assistance treaty request is made by the United States, which is made by one country to another when requiring the exchange of information to enforce laws.
The RCMP did not share the information, the affidavits written by past and present members of the police force stated.
The lawyers for Canada's attorney general added in their letter that the information being gathered Newport Cigarettes Shop but not shared showed a "good faith attempt" by the RCMP "to ensure that any sharing would be done in accordance with the law."
Meng and her lawyers returned to a British Columbia court this month, requesting additional documents pertaining to Meng's arrest at the Vancouver International Airport at the request of the United States on Dec. 1, 2018.
Meng's argument is part of a broader strategy to prove that her arrest was illegal and violated her rights according Cheap Newport 100s cigarettes to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
If Canadian officials abused their authority, her lawyers say, the extradition proceedings should be halted. The official extradition trial will begin in January 2020.