First Hong Kong protester to admit ‘rioting’ gets four years’ jail

      Published on Monday, 18 May , 2020      829 Views     
First Hong Kong protester to admit ‘rioting’ gets four years’ jail

  • Gulf TV, Saudi Arabia

A 21-year-old Hong Kong lifeguard, the first anti-government protester to plead guilty to the charge of rioting during last year’s unrest, was sentenced to four years’ jail on Friday for a “direct attack on the rule of law.”

Sin Ka-ho was among thousands who surrounded the Legislative Council on June 12 in a bid to stop legislators from giving a second reading to a since-withdrawn bill that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China.

Category Gulf TV, Saudi Arabia | 2020/05/18 latest update at 1:00 AM
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