Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong protests: security chief rejects accusation police have lied on stand in court cases tied to unrest

  • John Lee’s grilling at Legco follows recent protester acquittals in which officers were accused of unreliable testimony
  • But instances of ‘unclear memory’ are no proof that law has been breached, he tells lawmakers

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Opposition lawmakers grilled Hong Kong security chief John Lee over a string of protest-related cases in which judges accused police of unreliable testimony. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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