Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So
Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong prosecutors questioned by magistrate after letting reporter from pro-Beijing newspaper walk on same charge pursued against RTHK freelancer

  • After dropping charges against Ta Kung Pao’s Wong Wai-keung for making a false statement while searching a government car registry, prosecutors tell court justice department applied the same standard in both cases
  • At a hearing last month, Principal Magistrate Ivy Chui had asked why Wong was issued a summons when Bao Choy, the public broadcaster contributor, had been detained for questioning

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So
Ta Kung Pao reporter Wong Wai-keung is shielded from cameras as he leaves West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Edmond So
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