Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang
Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang

Mong Kok riot

A look at Hong Kong’s rioting laws after the jailing of Edward Leung and Lo Kin-man for their roles in the Mong Kok unrest

Following the controversial sentencing of the former Hong Kong Indigenous spokesman, the Post looks back at where the offence of rioting comes from, and how it has previously been adopted by the city’s courts

Topic |   Mong Kok riot
Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang
Lo Kin-man (left) and Edward Leung Tin-kei are escorted from the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre. Photo Sam Tsang
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