Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s life of luxury in Vancouver

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s life of luxury in Vancouver
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s life of luxury in Vancouver
Welcome to Dunbar it’s a quiet, residential neighborhood in Vancouver with tree-lined streets and big Parts setting for families and kids story home stands out here. It belongs to me banjo, the Chief Financial Officer of Huawei. This is where she has been living since December with the GPS. Bracelets dropped to her ankle is under house arrest year as the u.s. fights for extradition for allegedly violated sanctions. Iran, the home, is a 5 million-dollar, 3000 square foot, six bedroom jail cell, it’s been referred to as the Gilded cage mom and her husband bought it in 2009 point seven million dollars a paltry price tag compared to her second home. Just a 15-minute Drive East hear you got a better sense of mungs affluence. The 15 million dollar gated mansion fits right in the wealthy neighborhood of Shaughnessy. That home is under renovation right now and it isn’t clear, weather month intense to move there for her arrest. She mainly use the two properties as a summer Retreat for her kids and in-laws. Nowadays, the smaller Dunbar home is where she spends most of her time, you’ll spot the occasional sign of life now and open window. The housekeeper who drops by daily Taurus, sometimes Ogle the corner, lot Neighbors underdogs business, but one thing is constant. The watchful surveillance of the security detail parked outside in Black SUVs. They helping for his monks, curfew, which run from p.m. to 6 a.m. during daylight hours, is limited to Parts in Metro Vancouver, including Richmond’s and portions of the NorthShore. The airport, however, is off limits.
In the latest episode of the CBC podcast “Sanctioned: The Arrest of a Telecom Giant,” CBC investigates Meng Wanzhou’s ties to Vancouver.
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