Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li

National security law: 3 Hong Kong teens sentenced to hard labour for conspiring to threaten supporters of Beijing-decreed legislation with knives

  • District Court hears three secondary school students planned to use knives to scare two women manning pro-security law booth last year
  • Judge wonders aloud whether unspecified people were ‘fanning the flame’, inciting previously law-abiding trio to commit offence

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
Three teenagers admitted to carrying knives they planned to use to intimidate two women canvassing in support of the national security law. Photo: Warton Li
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