A provision deeming zip ties ‘fit for unlawful purposes’ can be interpreted very broadly, a prosecutor has argued in Hong Kong’s top court. Photo: Shutterstock Images
A provision deeming zip ties ‘fit for unlawful purposes’ can be interpreted very broadly, a prosecutor has argued in Hong Kong’s top court. Photo: Shutterstock Images

Hong Kong protests: provision deeming zip ties ‘fit for unlawful purposes’ can be interpreted broadly, prosecutor argues in top court

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A provision deeming zip ties ‘fit for unlawful purposes’ can be interpreted very broadly, a prosecutor has argued in Hong Kong’s top court. Photo: Shutterstock Images
A provision deeming zip ties ‘fit for unlawful purposes’ can be interpreted very broadly, a prosecutor has argued in Hong Kong’s top court. Photo: Shutterstock Images