CHINA Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow admits two charges

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Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow admits two charges

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16:48, July 06, 2020

Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow Ting on Monday pleaded guilty to a count of inciting others to knowingly take part in an unauthorized assembly and knowingly taking part in an unauthorized assembly, TVB reported.

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Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow Ting attends a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, June 10, 2019. (Photo: Reuters)

Chow pleaded guilty as the case against her and two other Hong Kong activists, Joshua Wong Chi-fung and Ivan Lam Long-yin, charged for their involvement in besieging the police headquarters in Wan Chai on June 21 last year, came before Eastern Magistrates' Courts.

Joshua Wong and Ivan Lam denied the charges.


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