The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong
The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong

exclusive | Hong Kong justices of the peace denied entry to police detention centre where anti-government protesters were allegedly mistreated

  • Six justices of the peace wanted permission to visit San Uk Ling Holding Centre following allegations that arrested protesters were mistreated there
  • They were denied entry as police facilities were not included in the list of places they could visit

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong
The San Uk Ling Holding Centre in Sheung Shui near Hong Kong’s border with mainland China. Photo: Winson Wong
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