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China accuses Canada of 'double standards' over Schellenberg drug smuggling case

China accuses Canada of 'double standards' over Schellenberg drug smuggling case

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 15 Jan 2019, 11:30 pm

Beijing/Ottawa, Jan 15 (IBNS): China has accused Canada of "double standards" over the drug smuggling case of Canadian man Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, media reports said.

China has rejected Canada's accusation of arbitrarily imposing death sentence on Schellenberg.

Schellenberg, who has been convicted in China, was tried in 2016.  He was earlier sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment. A fresh trial has however ordered a death sentence.

Accusing Canada of "double standards", China has warned Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for making such irresponsible comments.

In late December, a Chinese court had ordered a fresh trial for a Canadian.

China accuses Canada of 'double standards' over Schellenberg drug smuggling case

India Blooms News Service
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