Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong
Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong man cleared of indecently assaulting opposition lawmaker with kiss after anti-government protest

  • Magistrate says behaviour of Fan Ka-ho, 40, was suspicious but she gave him the benefit of the doubt as there were irreconcilable differences in witness accounts
  • Case centred on an encounter between Fan and Civic Party lawmaker Tanya Chan on the night of August 23 last year

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong
Fan Ka-ho’s behaviour was suspicious, the magistrate said, but she gave the 40-year-old the benefit of the doubt. Photo: Brian Wong
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