Hong Kong truck driver pleads guilty to possession of explosives

A truck driver has admitted to possessing a mixture of explosive powders after he was caught at a Hong Kong reservoir last year attempting to test the lethal cocktail of substances.Lo Kwok-wa pleaded guilty on Thursday to possession of explosives, an offence punishable by seven years in prison at the District Court.The court heard the 24-year-old defendant was found with an 8cm metal tube that contained 45 grams of a mixture of potassium perchlorate, sulphur and aluminium, when he and three…

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