Hong Kong protests: Telegram group administrator pleads guilty to 9 incitement charges tied to violent 2019 clashes

The administrator of a Telegram group has pleaded guilty to nine incitement charges for abetting attacks on Hong Kong police officers and instigating a violent demonstration at the height of 2019’s civil unrest.Insurance agent Siu Cheung-lung was convicted at the District Court on Monday after he admitted publishing 1,197 provocative posts on the encrypted messaging app over a five-month period.The court heard the 33-year-old defendant attracted 21,862 subscribers to his channel “The Cheating…

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