Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong opposition figures accuse prison authorities of interfering with mail to and from inmates held over protests

  • The opposition members said that inmates jailed in relation to last year’s protests had been denied access to an annual report mailed by a support group
  • They also say letters to inmates had disappeared, while others sent from inside had been delayed

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee
Opposition figures on Wednesday accused prison officials of interfering with the mail of inmates being held over last year’s protests. Photo: Dickson Lee
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