A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protestors of violating the national security law at the annual July 1 rally in 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protestors of violating the national security law at the annual July 1 rally in 2020. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong protests: intellectually disabled man receives toughest sentence yet for illegal rally against national security law

  • Jacky Su, 25, was jailed for 13 months for taking part in an illegal assembly on July 1, 2020
  • The delivery worker’s sentence is the heaviest punishment imposed against rally participants so far

A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protestors of violating the national security law at the annual July 1 rally in 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
A police officer holds up a purple flag warning anti-government protestors of violating the national security law at the annual July 1 rally in 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
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