Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong
Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong

National security law: Hong Kong court gives Apple Daily more time to check whether police wrongly seized documents in high-profile operation

  • Police seized 423 items as evidence during a nine-hour raid on the newspaper’s Tseung Kwan O premises on August 10
  • Media mogul Jimmy Lai and others had filed six writs to reclaim possession of various documents and digital files

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong
Police raided the Apple Daily offices last August. Photo: Winson Wong
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