Occupy Central student leaders including Joshua Wong pleads not guilty to unlawful assembly charges

September 2, 2015

The student protesters who led anti-government demonstrations in Hong Kong last year plead not guilty to charges of unlawful assembly and inciting others to participate in unlawful assembly. (Photo: SCMP's Dickson Lee) 

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They plead 'not guilty', my lord? I and many other HK citizens will be glad to testify that these delinquents gathered unlawfully in public places and incited participation in unlawful assembly. They caused great inconvenience to the public and losses to businesses, and should be penalized for so doing, to ensure that people don't ever do this again.
I hate them, they were the monster of Hong Kong economic development and damaged the stability of society. In the Occupy campaign period last year, Hong Kong retail industries had terrible drop in sales performance and tourists avoided had a trip and did not shopping in affected area, especially causeway bay , Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok. As one of the Hongkonger, I hope we striving for our better future and expressing your views by positive and lawful methods.

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