Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong
Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protests: two men who took part in demonstration aimed at breaking PolyU siege plead guilty to rioting

  • The two defendants, a construction worker and a clerk, admit to taking part in clashes with police on a major thoroughfare near the university
  • The demonstration was an effort to give fellow anti-government protesters who were trapped on campus a window to escape

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong
Two men have pleaded guilty to rioting in relation to a November 18, 2019 protest seeking to break police’s siege of Polytechnic University. Photo: Winson Wong
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