A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook
A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook
SCMP Editorial
Opinion

Opinion

SCMP Editorial

Reasoned criticism of Hong Kong judges justified

  • Unfortunately, though, politics often rears its ugly head as Hong Kong has witnessed with attacks on District Court Judge Kwok Wai-kin, who sympathised with a serious violent offender against anti-government protesters before sending him to jail

A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook
A judge will no longer preside over Hong Kong protest cases following his sentencing remarks when jailing a tour guide for an attack at a ‘Lennon Wall’. Photo: Facebook
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