Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Two men appealing conviction for 2014 knife attack on former Ming Pao editor say they were mistreated by mainland and Hong Kong authorities

  • Lawyers for Yip Kin-wah and Wong Chi-wah, who attacked Kevin Lau Chun-to with a meat cleaver, say ‘ill-treatment’ prevented a fair trial
  • Appeal judges say lawyers failed to identify the specific mistreatment

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Police officers from the Identification Bureau collecting evidence at the crime scene at Tai Hong Street in Sai Wan Ho, where former Ming Pao editor-in-chief Kevin Lau Chun-to was attacked, on February 26, 2014. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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