Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock
Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong protests: Telegram group operator faces incitement charges over ‘provoking others to murder officers and bomb police stations’

  • Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung, 32, is the second defendant accused of inciting violence by managing a social media account since anti-government protests
  • Court heard that he had allegedly used Telegram last year to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock
Siu Cheung-lung had allegedly used Telegram, the mobile application widely used by Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters, to urge followers to attack police and people with opposing political views. Photo: Shutterstock
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