A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook
A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook

Lawyers for 12 Hongkongers captured at sea jointly demand mainland Chinese authorities grant them access

  • Four lawyers reject demand for additional notarised documents at gates of Shenzhen facility, saying they are not legally required, according to source
  • After being turned away, the group filed a complaint over their treatment at the district’s public security bureau

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook
A lawyer representing one of 12 Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea attempts to gain access to Shenzhen’s Yantian district detention centre. Photo: Facebook
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