One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong
One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong

Ten Hong Kong fugitives captured at sea jailed up to three years by Shenzhen court, two other underage suspects handed to city’s police

  • Tang Kai-yin and Quinn Moon, convicted of organising the illegal border crossing, sentenced to three and two years, respectively
  • The other eight defendants in group of 10 were each given seven months’ jail and fined 10,000 yuan

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong
One of two teenage fugitives mainland Chinese authorities decided not to prosecute arrives at Hong Kong’s Tin Shui Wai police station. Photo: Felix Wong
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