Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong
Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong

July 1 whistler's assault conviction is 'wrong', says legal expert

Assault conviction of man who whistled at police during annual protest 'distorted' the law and should be corrected, says top legal academic

Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong
Ki Chun-kei leaves the Eastern Court after he was sentenced to 6 weeks in jail, convicted of of assaulting three police officers by whistling loudly at them during a 2012 protest march. Photo: Edward Wong
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