People’s Forces member Tan Dezhi (Quick Bi) involved in putting up street stations many times last year, chanting slogans such as Guangshi, and he denied 14 charges including publishing seditious texts and was tried.
The prosecution's opening statement read out in court today (29) revealed that Tan had made baseless accusations against the police and incited hatred against the Chinese government during the street station or during public activities.
Tan once presided over the street station and asked the queued person. If the queued person answers with the expected answer, Tan will give free surgical masks. The expected answer includes derogatory comments from the police. Tan also quarreled with the passing citizens and the citizen was scolded. "Mainland Gel" felt annoyed and insulted, so he called the police.
Shouting slogans at 8 public gatherings
The prosecution's opening statement stated that the defendant Tan Dezhi (48 years old) attended or presided over 8 public gatherings, publicity street stations and parades between January and July 2020, and shouted different slogans, including "Recover Hong Kong, Times "Revolution", "The disbanding of the police force is urgent", "The five major demands, one is indispensable", etc.
The defendant Tan Dezhi was accused of making incitement and hatred of China when he was on the street.
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Baseless accusations against the police
The prosecution stated that the defendant made a speech at a public rally held at Tai Po Waterfront Park on January 17, 2020. Most of the participants in the rally were students. The defendant led the participants to shout "It is urgent to disband the police force" and "The black policeman died." The whole family, after the death of the man’s house, the death of the girl’s house, the death of Abba, the dead aunt, the dead aunt, the dead aunt" etc., made baseless accusations against the police and encouraged participants to confront the police. He also advocated sovereignty Discuss independently.
The defendant also incited the participants to participate in the "Hong Kong Island District Public Procession" on January 19 of that year, but he knew that the rally had been opposed by the police.
Causeway Bay leads the crowd to insult police officers
The prosecution also stated that on January 19, 2020, the defendant presided over a street station outside Sogo Department Store in Causeway Bay and led a group of about 70 to 80 people who gathered onlookers to shout abusive remarks and foul language at the police officers.
The prosecution also alleged that the defendant hosted a street stop outside the Lower Village Shopping Mall in Ngau Tau Kok on March 15 of that year. The defendant asked the waiting queue at the street stop. If the waiting queue answered with the expected answer, the defendant would give free surgical masks. , And the expected answer includes disparaging police remarks.
The prosecution alleged that the defendant used this to continuously incite those waiting to make derogatory and baseless accusations and comments on the Hong Kong police.
Scolding passing by the citizen mainland gel
During the period, a citizen passed by and felt that the defendant had discredited the police and misled the public. They said, "Go back to your house and recover you." The defendant yelled: "Look at the road! Return to the mainland! Mainland gel!" The citizen was called " "Mainland Gel" felt annoyed and insulted, so he called the police.
The police still ignored the request to disband the crowd
The defendant also displayed slogans such as "National Security Law is actually party security law, which protects party security, but tramples on human rights and destroys freedom." On May 24, 2020, the defendant also displayed slogans such as public speaking and chanting slogans, which attracted many people. People gather.
Although the police asked the defendant to disband the crowd, the defendant ignored the order.
Baijie Station incites hatred of China
The prosecution also accused the defendant of committing similar acts at the Pui Street station in Mong Kok, Wong Tai Sin, Kwun Tong, and Lam Tin in the same year, inciting hatred of the Chinese government.
The prosecution pointed out that Guangshi's slogan at the time of the case meant "Hong Kong independence", or separating Hong Kong from China, changing Hong Kong's legal status, or subverting state power.
Case No.: DCCC927, 928, 930/2020
Kuaibi Tan Dezhi was involved in inciting the public to abide by the prosecution. When necessary, the prosecution took photos for follow-up. Kuaibi Tan Dezhi failed to terminate the hearing and failed to prove that the trial was unfair or abused the judicial process. "Quabi" Tan Dezhi was charged | prosecution Fang pointed out that Tan once called the slogan "The Black Policeman Kills the Family" 324 times