Clerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian WongClerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian Wong
Clerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong protests: man accused of pushing police acquitted after court finds him ‘suspicious’, but evidence for assault too weak

  • Eastern Court hears Ngai Ka-wai was lingering in the middle of Hennessy Road amid National Day demonstration, but officer accounts of alleged attack are contradictory
  • Grainy video footage also does not help prosecution prove case beyond reasonable doubt, judge says

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Clerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian WongClerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian Wong
Clerk Ngai Ka-wai, 29, at Eastern Court. Photo: Brian Wong
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