The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures
The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Small fraction of Occupy protesters were there because of calls from movement’s founding trio, trial hears

  • Prosecutors say Benny Tai, Dr Chan Kin-man and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming instrumental in bringing tens of thousands onto the streets of Admiralty
  • But defence cites study suggesting people were there for other reasons

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures
The pro-democracy sit-ins brought parts of the city, including Admiralty (pictured), to a standstill for up to 79 days. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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