A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong
A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong national security law: first person charged under new legislation is motorcyclist arrested during July 1 protest

  • Tong Ying-kit, 23, accused of riding into group of policemen, charged with inciting secession and terrorism in West Kowloon court
  • Hearing presided over by Chief Magistrate So Wai-tak, who along with five of his colleagues was hand-picked by city’s leader to handle national security cases

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong
A man accused of riding his motorbike into a group of policemen on Wednesday has become the first person to be charged under the new national security legislation. Photo: Felix Wong
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