A District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton LiA District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
A District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: construction worker found guilty of rioting during siege of police headquarters

  • Guilty verdict following trial for rioting is the first involving anti-government unrest that broke out last June
  • Shum Hiu-lun, 26, also convicted of common assault and failing surrender after attack on policeman

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton LiA District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
A District Court judge said an unlawful assembly on June 26 last year escalated into a riot when some radical protesters set upon a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
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