Conviction of Hong Kong’s Jimmy Lai over banned Tiananmen vigil would infringe his rights, lawyer argues

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Hong Kong Free Press

The conviction of Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai over last year’s banned Tiananmen Massacre vigil would infringe his rights of freedom of assembly and of speech, his lawyer argued on Thursday. Lai, accused of inciting others to take part in last year’s vigil, is on trial in District Court along with the vice-chairperson of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China Chow Hang-tung and activist Gwyneth Ho. Representing Lai, Senior Counsel Robert Pang presented his closing arguments before Judge Amanda Woodcock. Answering the prosecution argument that Lai and the o…

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