Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Hong Kong justice minister accuses unnamed media outlets of ‘biased’ reporting on prosecutors’ appeals against protesters

  • Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng said some reports had ignored prosecutors’ arguments for seeking tougher sentences for those convicted over 2019’s social unrest
  • While Cheng did not name any outlets, pro-Beijing media pointed the finger at Apple Daily, with one paper calling it ‘a poison-spreading machine’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng (pictured) has accused unnamed media outlets of biased reporting on prosecutors’ appeals in protest-related cases. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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