Apple Daily's editor-in-chief, Ryan Law (left), tries to stop police searching the newspaper’s editorial department. Photo: Handout
Apple Daily's editor-in-chief, Ryan Law (left), tries to stop police searching the newspaper’s editorial department. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong’s Apple Daily taking legal action after police raid on offices as government adviser says journalists’ desks should be considered ‘private area’

  • Editor-in-chief Ryan Law says they decided to seek an interim injunction order as ‘journalistic materials’ were included in documents seized by police
  • Executive councillor and barrister Ronny Tong says police have right to enter office but desks and drawers are ‘privately managed areas’

Apple Daily's editor-in-chief, Ryan Law (left), tries to stop police searching the newspaper’s editorial department. Photo: Handout
Apple Daily's editor-in-chief, Ryan Law (left), tries to stop police searching the newspaper’s editorial department. Photo: Handout
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