Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV
Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV

National security law: Hong Kong court hears challenge of new bail rules by man who allegedly rode motorcycle into police at protest

  • Court of First Instance hears a bid for a writ of habeas corpus by a 23-year-old Tong Ying-kit
  • Tong is accused of driving into a group of officers at a July 1 protest while carrying a flag bearing the slogan ‘Liberate Hong Kong; revolution of our times’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV
Tong Ying-kit, 23, who is accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers at a July 1 protest, saw his bid for a writ of habeas corpus heard in court on Thursday. Photo: Cable TV
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