A Hong Kong student has pleaded guilty at the High Court to wounding with intent over a 2019 incident in which he slashed a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
A Hong Kong student has pleaded guilty at the High Court to wounding with intent over a 2019 incident in which he slashed a police officer. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong protests: student urges others not to ‘let hate breed’ as he pleads guilty to slashing police officer in 2019

  • Hui Tim-lik tells the High Court he ‘made a blunder out of immaturity, fear, hate, lunacy and inability to love myself’
  • He is slated to be sentenced for one count of wounding with intent on Monday

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A Hong Kong student has pleaded guilty at the High Court to wounding with intent over a 2019 incident in which he slashed a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
A Hong Kong student has pleaded guilty at the High Court to wounding with intent over a 2019 incident in which he slashed a police officer. Photo: Warton Li
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