The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So
The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So
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exclusive | ‘Unprecedented influence’: Hong Kong prisons chief accuses inmates held for national security, protest offences of stirring rebellion behind bars

  • Incidents could endanger national security, and show need to prevent some inmates from exerting influence, prisons chief Woo Ying-ming says
  • Prison guards have begun monitoring some inmates round the clock, just like key triad figures

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The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So
The city’s prisons chief has accused some inmates of fomenting rebellion behind bars, including at Lo Wu Correctional Institution (pictured). Photo: Edmond So
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