Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout
Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout

Mainland Chinese lawyer who helped Hong Kong fugitive in Shenzhen hits out at ‘baffling suppression’ as he faces loss of licence

  • Lu Siwei has been told his licence could be revoked in three days and he says he is furious about the lack of investigatory procedures
  • The lawyer, who was appointed by the family of Quinn Moon, also recently defended dissident poet Wang Zang and his wife, Wang Li

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout
Human rights lawyer Lu Siwei has been told he is in danger of losing his licence over comments made about the case of 12 Hong Kong fugitives. Photo: Handout
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