Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee
Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee

University of Hong Kong student bailed on terrorism charge relating to controversial stabbing motion is at low risk of reoffending or absconding, judge rules

  • Anthony Yung is one of four HKU student leaders accused of advocating terrorism under national security law by passing a motion mourning a man who stabbed a police officer before killing himself
  • High Court judge outlines her reasoning for releasing Yung on bail, finding his risk of absconding, reoffending is ‘not high’ and noting his academic background

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee
Arts student Anthony Yung has been given bail in a criminal case concerning an HKU student motion on the stabbing of a police officer. Photo: Dickson Lee
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