Hong Kong police arrest barrister and ex-solicitors’ clerk for perverting course of justice in cocaine trafficking case

Hong Kong police have arrested a barrister and a former solicitors’ clerk after the appeal court questioned their roles in the prosecution of a young man who was sentenced to 23 years in prison for drug trafficking while the real culprit was spared of the charge.The arrests on Tuesday came after three Court of Appeal judges last week overturned the conviction of Ma Ka-kin, 25, who was taken into custody five years ago after being held on suspicion of trafficking cocaine worth nearly HK$1.9…

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