Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Letters | Case of Hong Kong protester falsely accused of attacking police officer should alarm us all

  • If the Department of Justice rushes to prosecute people on the basis of false statements made by police officers, what hope do the thousands arrested on protest-related charges have of a fair trial?

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Supporters gather at the West Kowloon Court in Sham Shui Po on October 2 to support 96 protesters who were facing rioting charges. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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