National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong
National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong

National security law: ‘Liberate Hong Kong’ slogan implied objective of overthrowing Beijing, prosecutors argue as trial begins

  • Tong Ying-kit, 24, also intended to cause serious harm by ramming his motorcycle through group of police officers, High Court hears
  • City’s first trial under the security legislation is being conducted without a jury after the Court of Appeal rejected the defendant’s challenge of that decision

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong
National security law defendant Tong Ying-kit arrives at the High Court on Wednesday. Photo: Felix Wong
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