Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee
Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong pro-independence figure denies slapping police officer at Sheung Shui protest last year

  • Andy Chan, founder of the now-banned Hong Kong National Party, is on trial for allegedly assaulting an officer and taking part in an illegal assembly
  • Defence lawyers instead accuse police of instigating violence

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee
Andy Chan at Fanling Court last year after being accused of unlawful assembly and assaulting police. Photo: Dickson Lee
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