Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters
Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters
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Sympathy for jailed activists does not justify slurs on Hong Kong judiciary

Ronny Tong says while it is understandable that some people are unhappy with the court order of custodial sentences, the unproven accusations of bogus charges and political persecution must not be allowed to stand

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Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters
Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong (centre) attend a rally on August 16, a day before an appeals court jailed them, and a third student leader Alex Chow (not pictured), for their involvement in an Occupy-related protest in 2014. Photo: Reuters
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