Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So
Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So

Police officers give contradictory testimony on whether death of Hong Kong teen girl was first deemed suspicious

  • Constable tells inquest his superior found it suspicious that Chan Yin-lam’s body was naked and bore minor injuries when pulled from waters last year
  • But the sergeant denies he made such a classification, saying the body’s decomposed state and lack of any apparent fatal wounds made determination difficult

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So
Police Constable Chan Kwok-wing offered a differing account from his supervisor on how the Chan Yin-lam’s case was first classified. Photo: Edmond So
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