National security law: Hong Kong judge dismisses detained activist’s critique of bail hearings as ‘closed door’, noting public is allowed to attend

A Hong Kong judge has dismissed a detained activist’s critique of bail hearings as “closed door”, calling the assertion “inaccurate and unfounded” given that members of the public were allowed in the courtroom in spite of restrictions on media reporting.Madam Justice Esther Toh Lye-ping of the High Court on Thursday handed down a brief judgment explaining why she had refused Gwyneth Ho Kwai-lam’s application the day before to lift the reporting restrictions when she applied for temporary…

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