The ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David WongThe ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David Wong
The ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David Wong

How a small team of graft-busters tightened the net in Hong Kong’s most explosive corruption case

A tip-off about a crooked flat deal between the government’s former No 2 and a top developer was the starting point of six years’ painstaking work that put them behind bars

Topic |   ICAC
The ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David WongThe ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David Wong
The ICAC’s director of investigation (government sector), Ricky Yu (centre), flanked by chief investigators Winnie Lee Wai-yee (left) and Hazel Law. Photo: David Wong
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