Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong
Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong students accused of blocking road during mask ban protest acquitted after judge finds officers’ testimony unreliable

  • The two teenagers were accused of building a roadblock in Sham Shui Po during a protest last October
  • However, officers did not actually witness them in the act, and inconsistencies in their testimony led a judge to clear the pair of charges

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong
Defendant Wu Man-chun, 18, leaves Kowloon City Court after being acquitted on Monday of obstructing a public place during a protest last year. Photo: Brian Wong
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