What they said

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 26 April, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 26 April, 2007, 12:00am

Unless the person was an athlete in the Asian Games, I can say for sure there was not a fourth person

Constable Sin Ka-keung, the sole survivor of last year's Tsim Sha Tsui shoot-out, explains what happened inside the underpass

Three of the deceased were employees of the police force, and we have no reason to prejudice Tsui

Barrister Peter Ip Tak-keung, acting for the police commissioner at the inquest, during his closing submission

Constable Sin only discovered himself being shot, but could not describe how he was shot. The allegation that there was not a fourth person [in the underpass] is speculation

Barrister Arthur Yip Chi-ho, representing Tsui's mother, in his closing submission

Is it a must that I have to answer your question?

Constable Chan Chi-kwan, who swapped shifts with Leung on the day of attack, refuses to say whether he felt lucky to have escaped the fatal errand