The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong
The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong national security law (NSL)

Hong Kong’s first national security law prosecution for pro-independence chanting launches at West Kowloon Court

  • Adam Ma denied bail when he appeared in court on Tuesday charged with incitement to commit secession
  • Prosecutors accuse him of repeatedly chanting phrases promoting Hong Kong independence

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong
The first defendant to be charged under the national security law over independence chants was refused bail when he appeared at West Kowloon Court. Photo: Felix Wong
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