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On December 2, Li Hongyuan, a former employee of Huawei, was charged with extortion after leaving his job. After being detained for 251 days, he was released due to unclear criminal facts and insufficient evidence. Recently, Li Hongyuan was interviewed by many media and expressed his personal appeal.
In response, Huawei today responded: Huawei has the right and obligation to report suspected illegal acts to the judicial authorities based on the facts. We respect the decisions of the judiciary, including the public security organs, the procuratorates and the courts. If Li Hongyuan thinks his rights and interests have been damaged, we support him to use legal weapons to protect his rights and interests, including suing Huawei. This also reflects the spirit of the rule of law that everyone is equal before the law.