Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee

Taiwan’s visa refusal for murder suspect seeking to surrender ‘shocks everybody with common sense’, Hong Kong security chief says

  • Taiwanese Premier Su Tseng-chang says the matter involves the exercise of jurisdictions and government powers
  • But Hong Kong security minister John Lee accuses Taipei of disrespecting the city’s jurisdiction by repeating requests for mutual legal assistance

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong Secretary for Security John Lee (left) lashes out at Taiwan for linking the murder suspect’s voluntary surrender with the mechanism to assist in criminal matters. Photo: Dickson Lee
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