Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong police freeze bank accounts of fugitive ex-lawmaker Ted Hui’s family, accusing him of embezzlement, possible security law violations

  • ‘We are not targeting his family, we are targeting the HK$850,000’, police say, alleging the amount was misappropriated from crowdfunding campaign
  • The force also said that comments Hui had made on Facebook since leaving Hong Kong could be construed as a breach of the national security law

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
Former Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui has fled to Britain to avoid charges tied to last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Felix Wong
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