Left to right: Lo Shu-yau, brother of Lo Wing-fai; lawmaker James To Kun-sun; and Leung Shu-kiu, sister of Leung Shu-fook at a press conference, where they spoke about the four Hong Kong men recently convicted on drug charges in the Philippines. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Four Hong Kong men jailed in Philippines to apply to have same judge review their case, but supporters say intervention by Chinese and Hong Kong governments would be more effective

  • Lawmaker James To says he does not have much hope Roline Ginez-Jabalde would reverse her decision and called on the central and Hong Kong governments to intervene
  • Main area of contention for the jailed men’s families is the failure of Philippine police to find any drugs in the men’s bags when they were initially searched
Topic |   The Philippines

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Left to right: Lo Shu-yau, brother of Lo Wing-fai; lawmaker James To Kun-sun; and Leung Shu-kiu, sister of Leung Shu-fook at a press conference, where they spoke about the four Hong Kong men recently convicted on drug charges in the Philippines. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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