Retired Hong Kong police officer denied bail after he and wife charged with manslaughter over brawl that led to man’s death

A retired police officer in Hong Kong has been remanded in custody after he and his wife were both charged with manslaughter in relation to a street brawl which ended with a merchant’s death.Former senior constable Kwok Tak-wing, 57, and his wife Ruby Lee Kwai-fong, 58, were escorted to Tuen Mun Court on Wednesday to face a joint count of manslaughter for allegedly killing Berry Chan Kwok-leung at a taxi rank outside Tuen Mun’s Siu Hong MTR station on Sunday evening.Prosecutors asked for an…

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