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

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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