Ng Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton LiNg Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton Li
Ng Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong police chief taken to court as man accuses officers of abuse of power over ID card request

  • Ng Ka-lun lodges application for judicial review after being questioned by police on Labour Day
  • Member of Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union says officer used immigration law to collect personal details

Topic |   Hong Kong police
Ng Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton LiNg Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton Li
Ng Ka-lun, a member of the Hong Kong Teaching and Research Support Staff Union, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court. Photo: Warton Li
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