A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li
A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: man jailed for 8 months over unlawful 2019 demonstration outside police operations base

  • The police base was targeted after a mysterious odour descended on Tuen Mun, despite authorities’ attempts to dispel rumours that the smell was tear gas emanating from the facility
  • Defendant Tang Ho-yan, 25, was among a group of protesters who dismantled fences along a nearby street and used them as roadblocks

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li
A Hong Kong man was sentenced to eight months behind bars at the District Court on Wednesday for his involvement in an unlawful protest in October of 2019. Photo: Warton Li
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