Lam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. ChengLam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Lam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests: student accused of hurling bricks at police acquitted of riot charge

  • Lam Tsz-ho, 19, was found not guilty of rioting after the judge accepted a recording of events during October 1 protests that cast doubt on officers’ testimony
  • District Judge Sham Siu-man said the court was left with a single image of Lam which could not prove whether he took part in a riot or was just a passer-by
Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Lam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. ChengLam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Lam Tsz-ho leaves the District Court in Wan Chai on Tuesday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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