Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong
Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong protests: magistrate hands down nine-month sentence after ruling hammers found in backpack intended for vandalism

  • While no direct evidence linked Wong Chun-tik to protests, the court ruled an intent to vandalise public property was the only inference that could be made
  • At trial, Wong said he was carrying the tools because a friend had promised to teach him how to repair his motorcycle that night

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong
Marketing assistant Wong Chun-tik (centre) is shielded by umbrellas as he exits Fanling Court on Thursday. Photo: Brian Wong
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