Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang
Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Arrest of RTHK journalist, criticism of judges: shooting the messenger doesn’t make the bad news go away

  • Rather than blame a reporter for exposing poor policing or hit out at judges for exposing shoddy prosecution work, perhaps critics should turn their attention to the real problems

Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang
Freelance journalist Bao Choy meets the media on November 10. She was arrested after her documentary raised questions about police conduct in the “721” Yuen Long incident. Photo: Sam Tsang
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