Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong
Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong protests: janitor ‘not liable’ for role in unlawful assembly during 2019 unrest due to mental incapacity

  • Magistrate Lau Suk-han finds Lee Kai-fat unfit to enter a plea as he is unable to fully understand the charges against him
  • He will still face a hearing to determine whether it is in the public interest to send him for psychiatric treatment

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong
Janitor Lee Kai-fat leaves West Kowloon Court on Monday and will return to Kwun Tong Court in September. Photo: Brian Wong
READ FULL ARTICLE