Ted Hui leaves Western Police Station in November following his arrest in connection with throwing foul-smelling objects inside Legco. Photo: AFP
Ted Hui leaves Western Police Station in November following his arrest in connection with throwing foul-smelling objects inside Legco. Photo: AFP

Former lawmaker Ted Hui’s bank accounts frozen, then later unexpectedly released as Hong Kong police probe possible embezzlement, national security law violations

  • Police obtain search warrant for accounts belonging to the former opposition lawmaker and his family at three banks
  • Police commissioner Chris Tang accuses Hui, charged with several criminal offences, of lacking a conscience after fleeing overseas

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Ted Hui leaves Western Police Station in November following his arrest in connection with throwing foul-smelling objects inside Legco. Photo: AFP
Ted Hui leaves Western Police Station in November following his arrest in connection with throwing foul-smelling objects inside Legco. Photo: AFP
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