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The boy was involved in the Tsuen Wan flyover case. The officer accused the sheriff of not keeping an eye on or confessing to the wrong person and the defendant was not guilty

2020-10-27T09:59:53.002Z

The 19-year-old male student was suspected of participating in a demonstration during the National Day last year and was accused of throwing bricks and pushing water horses on the flyover with two other people outside Citywalk, and was charged with illegal assembly. He was tried earlier and heard the ruling in West Kowloon Court today (27th)



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Written by: Lin Leer

2020-10-27 17:50

Last update date: 2020-10-27 17:50

The 19-year-old male student was suspected of participating in a demonstration during the National Day last year and was accused of throwing bricks and pushing water horses on the flyover with two other people outside Citywalk, and was charged with illegal assembly.

He was tried earlier and heard the verdict in the West Kowloon Court today (27th).

Magistrate Liu Shuxian pointed out that based on the video footage involved, it was impossible to determine whether the police chief who gave the testimony had been watching the defendant, saying that he might have admitted the wrong person, and ruled that the defendant was not guilty.

The defendant Zhao Jiajin (19 years old, student) was charged with participating in an illegal assembly with others on the footbridge outside Citywalk, Tsuen Wan, on October 1 last year.

The sheriff recognized someone by the defendant in white

Police Chief Liu Shiming confessed earlier that he had been watching the three brick throwers on the bridge. Two of them were dressed in black and the other was dressed in white. He relied on the whereabouts and appearance of the person in white to identify him as the defendant. But admitted that he didn't see the defendant's face until the time of arrest.

The official said there are people dressed in different colors on the flyover

When the magistrate ruled, he expressed doubts about whether the police chief was keeping a close eye on the defendant from beginning to end, because the video showed that he had looked sideways and part of the bridge was unoccupied at the relevant time.

In addition, the police chief stated that only the defendant was wearing white clothes, and the defendant had ran towards Citywalk, but the video showed that there were more than a dozen citizens in the area, among them black, white and other colors.

The film did not see the other two police stopping the defendant

Furthermore, the police chief confessed that the defendant took off his hat, gloves, etc. while running. He had stopped the defendant, and two other colleagues immediately followed him.

However, the court pointed out that the footage showed that the incident did not happen immediately as described. There was no shouting at the relevant time in the film, and no two police officers stopped the defendant.

Although the defendant’s belongings and location were suspicious, the court ruled that the charges were not guilty because the prosecution failed to provide evidence to the point of no reasonable doubt.

Case Number: WKCC2162/2020

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Source: hk1

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