Hong Kong protests: pair jailed for unprovoked attack on student they thought was plain-clothes police officer

Two young Hong Kong men have been jailed for 26 months each for rioting and attacking a student they mistook for a plain-clothes police officer during the civil unrest in 2019.Judge Ernest Lin Kam-hung, of the District Court, said on Wednesday that the irrational behaviour shown in this case was both legally and morally indefensible, as it involved violent protesters making unreasonable demands and taking out their frustrations on a vulnerable civilian in a commercial district, tarnishing Hong…

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