Police remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson WongPolice remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson Wong
Police remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson Wong

National security law: Apple Daily to seek court order after Hong Kong police say they plan to unseal documents seized in raid

  • Editor Ryan Law says police wrote to firm’s lawyers stating officers will unseal the piles of seized documents if they do not take legal action by Monday
  • At least 30 boxes of documents and three hard drives from various departments were seized by police, paper has said

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson WongPolice remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson Wong
Police remove materials from the office after the raid on Monday. Photo: Winson Wong
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