Jimmy Sham, who is still recovering from a brutal attack on October 16, has issued an appeal to protesters to be more proactive when challenging Beijing. Photo: Sum Lok-Kei

Hong Kong protest organiser Jimmy Sham stays focused on city’s long-term democracy goals after vicious attack

  • Still in a wheelchair, Civil Human Rights Front leader Jimmy Sham prepares to contest November 24 polls
  • Don’t blame ethnic minorities for attack, assailants were likely ‘paid to do dirty job’, he says
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Jimmy Sham, who is still recovering from a brutal attack on October 16, has issued an appeal to protesters to be more proactive when challenging Beijing. Photo: Sum Lok-Kei
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Sham was seen in a wheelchair talking to his lawyer on Thursday morning. Photo: Martin Choi

Government condemns attack on Hong Kong protest leader Jimmy Sham

  • All kinds of violence are unacceptable, says deputy leader, adding that police will bring culprits to justice
  • Civil Human Rights Front activist was hit with hammers and spanners on Wednesday night, the second time he was attacked in two months
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Sham was seen in a wheelchair talking to his lawyer on Thursday morning. Photo: Martin Choi
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