Activist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: HandoutActivist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
Activist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: Handout

National security law: Hong Kong police seek activist Nathan Law and 5 others for inciting secession and collusion, insider says

  • Law and others deny charges, which would be first issued against individuals outside Hong Kong
  • Even if those charged are not extradited to Hong Kong, ‘the move can help send a high-profile message to them or others’, a police source says
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Activist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: HandoutActivist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
Activist Nathan Law, shown virtually addressing a US congressional committee about the implications of the national security law on Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
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