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First Hong Kong protester to admit 'rioting' gets four years' jail

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020 ()
A 21-year-old Hong Kong lifeguard, the first anti-government protester to plead guilty to the charge of rioting during last year's unrest, was sentenced to four years' jail on Friday for a "direct attack on the rule of law".
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HONG KONG - Supporters chanting protest slogans briefly surrounded a police van that takes 22-year-old Sin Ka-ho away from the court in Hong Kong on Friday the lifeguard was sentenced to four years behind bars for rioting, over his role in the protest outside Legco on June 12 last year. It is the...

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