The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang
The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: prosecutors urge court to proceed with trial of student in her absence, after she fled city following arrest, but judge questions fairness

  • District Court is asked to determine Wong Ting-tao’s involvement in a violent stand-off between protesters and police at Chinese University in 2019
  • Judge Clement Lee expresses concern over whether this would violate her right to a fair trial, protected by international covenant as applied under city’s Basic Law

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang
The unrest at Chinese University on November 12, 2019, marked one of the most violent episodes of the protest movement. Photo: Sam Tsang
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