Au Nok-hin allegedly used a loudspeaker to assault two police officers during a protest on July 8. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong justice officials apply to hide identity of two police officers allegedly assaulted by lawmaker during protest, citing fears of doxxing and harassment

  • Case involves pan-democrat Au Nok-hin, 32, who is the first lawmaker to be charged over the anti-government protests
  • Application is latest case in which justice department has asked for police and civilians who are victims or witnesses to be given anonymity in protest-linked proceedings
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Au Nok-hin allegedly used a loudspeaker to assault two police officers during a protest on July 8. Photo: Edmond So
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