Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong
Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong officer off hook after magistrate rules evidence does not add up in forgery trial

  • Presiding magistrate said holes in prosecution’s case outweighed defendant’s unconvincing account
  • Senior detective was accused of faking boss’s signature to gain unmonitored access to jailed lover

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong
Senior detective constable Cheung Ka-lok was accused of forging the signature of his supervisor twice to meet a detained women at Tai Lam Centre for Women. Photo: Brian Wong
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