Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout
Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout

Five Hong Kong fugitives recently returned by mainland authorities make first court appearance after completing quarantine

  • The five, who served prison terms in mainland China for illegally crossing the border, are facing local charges stemming from 2019’s anti-government protests
  • They were among the 12 Hong Kong fugitives intercepted in mainland waters last year while attempting to flee to Taiwan by speedboat

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout
Suspect Cheung Chun-fu (left) returns to Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre after he and four others appeared in court on Monday. Photo: Handout
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