RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang
RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong journalist who produced Yuen Long attack documentary for RTHK formally charged over database search

  • Bao Choy, 37, is accused of making a false declaration after choosing ‘traffic and transport-related matters’ as her purpose on access form
  • The freelance TV producer’s case has been condemned by journalist groups and others who say it closes off a normal avenue for investigative reporting

Topic |   Hong Kong media
RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang
RTHK freelancer Bao Choy, surrounded by supporters, speaks after being charged with making a false declaration in accessing a government database. Photo: Sam Tsang
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