Written by: Lin Leer
2020-07-03 14:57Date of last update: 2020-07-03 15:24
The National Security Act of the Minato District took effect on the eve of July 1st, and a large number of citizens gathered to march on Hong Kong Island the following day. A riot police was attacked off Tin Hau Road near Queen's College, and the upper left arm was stabbed and bleeding. The man suspected of being involved in the case was suspected of taking Cathay Pacific flight to London that night, but was arrested by the police before and after the plane started. The man was charged with one count of intentionally injuring a person and was taken to the Eastern Magistrates' Court this afternoon (3rd).
The defendant, Huang Junhua (24 years old), was charged with intentional wounding. He alleged that he was outside the Queen's College on Hong Kong Island on July 1 with the intention of causing serious injury to police officer 25116, while illegally and maliciously injuring him.
The defendant Huang Junhua was escorted by the police car to the Eastern District Court. (Photo by Li Zetong)
Many photographers waited at the court’s prison car space at noon. The police car escorting the defendant did not turn on the lights when turning and entered. They suddenly stepped on the oil when the photographer stepped forward to shoot, causing NOW and cable journalists to fall. The cable reporter rubbed his right knee. Bleeding.
Case number: ESCC1363/2020
Hong Kong version of the National Security Act attacks the police wounded court