Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE
Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong courts order arrest of fugitive ex-lawmaker Ted Hui over protest incident, throw out his appeal in phone-snatching case

  • District Court judge issues warrant for Hui, currently in Britain, after he failed to show up for a hearing in a case involving a man who was harassed at a 2019 protest
  • Separately, High Court judge throws out Hui’s appeal in a case in which he grabbed a civil servant’s phone, also citing his absence and lack of representation

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Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE
Former lawmaker Ted Hui, facing a raft of charges tied to the 2019 anti-government protests, is now living in London. Photo: EPA-EFE
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