Protesters gathered on Monday outside of Meng Wanzhou’s extradition hearing. The youthful group, all with matching signage supportive of the release of the Chinese CFO, or “Ms. Meng” as all the signs say, were not there to answer questions. When questioned, one protester piped up “we are not liable to answer if we don’t want to!”
Just like the signs carried by the vocabulary-challenged protesters, Huawei’s official video statement uses the odd phrase, “Ms. Meng.” This led Rebel News to consider the fact that these might not be normal protesters.
This led Rebel News to consider the fact that these might not be normal protesters.
It did not take long to confirm the identity of at least one of the Pro-China protesters: Julia Hackstaff, a professionally trained actress. The Hispanic-Canadian actress boasts several hits on her IMDb, and prominently features her video portfolio — a collection of character portrayals often used by actors looking for work.
Hackstaff, when questioned by Bob Mackin of TheBreaker.news quickly ducked away from the camera and handed in her pre-made sign to an individual off-camera as she left the scene.
What was this professional actress, with no prior history of activism, doing at the extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou?
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