Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong
Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong

National security law: Hong Kong police officer denies using body as human shield against motorcyclist, court hears

  • Tong Ying-kit is accused of ramming his motorcycle into three policemen during a protest in Wan Chai last year
  • On day 4 of the trial, Constable Yeung Chun-yiu dismissed the defence’s suggestion that he and his colleagues had planned to bring down the rider using their bodies

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong
Detective Constable Ip Wai-chuen, one of three officers who collided with defendant Tong Ying-kit's motorcycle on July 1 last year. Photo: Brian Wong
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