Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Teen tells Hong Kong court only involvement in September restaurant assault was tailing rights activist, driving attackers

  • The 15-year-old says he was paid HK$3,000 for his role, while co-defendant Lo Kin-wa, 29, pleads guilty to charges including conspiracy to cause bodily harm
  • Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham describes shock of attack, as he watched a friend sitting next to him struck repeatedly with a baseball bat

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham testified at District Court in Wan Chai on Monday, offering his account of the assault that took place in a local restaurant in September. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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