Written by: Lin Leer
2020-05-04 15:16Date of last update: 2020-05-04 15:16
The teenager, wearing a grey shirt with the word "Yue" printed on his back, was suspected of supporting other demonstrators in September last year by assaulting police officers. The case was heard again in the Eastern Magistrates' Court today (4th). The defendant pleaded guilty to assaulting the police but denied the possession of offensive weapons and refusal to arrest in public places. Regarding the charges denied by the defendant, the prosecution stated that there were 3 witnesses and 4 video recordings. Chief Magistrate Qian Li scheduled the trial on June 11, which is expected to take 2 days, and the sentence of the assault police was also postponed to be processed after the trial. The defendant continued to bail on the original conditions.
The defendant Chen Yijin pleaded guilty to one crime of assaulting the police, and the two charges he denied were deferred to trial. (Profile picture)
Defendant Chen Yijin (age 19, IVE student) admitted to attacking Inspector 5327 outside the Qihai Commercial Center in North Point on September 15 last year, but denied having a telescopic stick on the same day and resisting 17678 officers who were performing their duties.
Case number: ESCC2146 / 2019
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