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A 15-yrs-old found guilty for property damage (damaged a pro-police store Bestmart on Feb 24, 2020 in TSW), sentenced to 18 months probation order.
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Hong Kong lawmakers pass bill requiring public officers to pledge allegiance to gov’t; four district councillors to be ousted

https://hongkongfp.com/2021/05/12/hong-kong-lawmakers-pass-bill-requiring-public-officers-to-pledge-allegiance-to-govt-four-district-councillors-to-be-ousted/
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Doxxers to face up to 5 years in jail under new law
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1590367-20210511.htm
Doxxers to face up to 5 years in jail under new law
The government is proposing to introduce laws to curb doxxing, with offenders facing a maximum fine of HK$1 million and imprisonment of up to five years. Officials have been considering new laws to tackle privacy infringement with police officers and judges, among others, becoming targets of doxxing since the start of anti-government protests in 2019. The administration has had to get injunction orders from the court to curb such actions. In a proposal submitted to the Legislative Council, the government says people would fall foul of the law if they disclose any personal data without consent, with the intention to threaten, intimidate, harass or cause psychological harm to someone or his or her immediate family members. "The current Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance... was not intended to address the doxxing acts committed in recent years," officials said. "The personal data involved in most doxxing cases was recklessly dispensed and repeatedly reposted on online platforms, making it impossible for the privacy…
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More pro-democracy Hong Kong politicians quit district council posts

https://hongkongfp.com/2021/05/12/more-pro-democracy-hong-kong-politicians-quit-district-council-posts/
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Hong Kong leader attacks foreign media over coverage of ‘so-called peaceful’ protests

https://hongkongfp.com/2021/05/11/hong-kong-leader-attacks-foreign-media-over-coverage-of-so-called-peaceful-protests/
Five TV stations to show Tokyo Olympics for free
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Five TV stations to carry the Tokyo Olympics for free
Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the government has purchased the broadcasting rights to the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, and Hong Kong people will be able to watch the games for free on the territory’s five licensed broadcasters. However, Hong Kong’s sole public broadcaster, RTHK, will not be one of them. Speaking to reporters ahead of her weekly Executive Council meeting on Tuesday, Lam refused to divulge how much the government had spent on the broadcasting rights. She said the negotiating process was highly confidential, adding that while the amount could not be disclosed, the price tag was “reasonable” and less than what commercial broadcasters had paid for the past two Olympic Games. In 2016, TVB reportedly paid US$15 million for the Rio games. i-Cable, meanwhile, purchased the broadcasting rights to the 2012 London Olympics for US$16 million. Lam stressed the government made the “unprecedented decision” to step in amid the economic downturn because it hopes to promote sporting development in Hong Kong. "Despite…
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Hong Kong radio host slapped with new dirty money and sedition-plotting charges

https://hongkongfp.com/2021/05/11/hong-kong-radio-host-slapped-with-new-dirty-money-and-sedition-plotting-charges/
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On #MothersDay, Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists, remanded or exiled, Pay Homage to Their Mothers

Usually on Mother’s Day, many families would go out and celebrate. However, some are less fortunate this year in Hong Kong.

On May 9, 2021, exiled former #Demosisto leader #NathanLaw posted a photo with his mother on Facebook. He said this festival reminds him of the many pro-democracy protestors who became separated from their families. “Only until justice is done can family warmth return.”

Nathan Law recalled, “no matter how busy I am, on Mother's Day, I can always let go of my work and sit before a dinner table with my family.”

He admitted he saw festivals as an excuse to step away from work, but this year he thought of all the protestors who were forced into leaving their own families due to political oppression.

“For everyone who is remanded, imprisoned, or exiled, there is always a mother at home waiting for their return, waiting for days, for months, for years.”

He hoped there can be a new meaning for Mother’s Day. “Please remember those behind bars and oceans apart.”

The facebook page of democrat #TakchiTam, who is remanded on National Security charges, also posted a video that was recorded earlier of him singing the song “Mother, I did no wrong.”

In the video, he said the festival also reminded him of all the young men and women exiled or imprisoned due to the movement. However, he believed when people are united in their pursuit of justice and truth, a new family will be forged.

[Editor's note: “Mother, I have done no wrong” is a song written in remembrance of the 1989 June Fourth Massacre in Beijing. The title is a reference to a famous banner raised by the pro-democracy students who went on hunger strike in Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

The lyrics sing:

“We want no one to define right or wrong.

We want no one to convict others at will."]

Source: Stand News #May9

https://www.thestandnews.com/society/a-%E4%B8%8D%E4%B8%80%E6%A8%A3%E7%9A%84%E6%AF%8D%E8%A6%AA%E7%AF%80-%E6%B5%81%E4%BA%A1%E7%BE%85%E5%86%A0%E8%81%B0%E4%B8%8A%E8%BC%89%E8%88%87%E6%AF%8D%E8%A6%AA%E5%90%88%E7%85%A7-%E5%85%AC%E7%BE%A9%E5%BD%B0%E9%A1%AF%E6%89%8D%E5%8F%AF%E6%9C%89%E5%AE%B6%E5%BA%AD%E6%BA%AB%E6%9A%96-%E5%BF%AB%E5%BF%85%E8%87%AA%E5%BD%88%E8%87%AA%E5%94%B1-%E5%AA%BD%E5%AA%BD%E6%88%91%E6%B2%92%E6%9C%89%E9%81%8E%E9%8C%AF/

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#Hongkongers Deliver Flowers to #Mothers of Jailed Pro-democracy Protestors

"#Wallfare", a support group for political prisoners launched by former legislator #BottleShiu, delivered flowers to 140 mothers of imprisoned protestors in Hong Kong.

The group said since last Friday, 22 volunteers have sent to the mothers flowers and presents, including fruit tea, stress-reliving essential oils and supermarket coupons.

Social workers were also stationed should any of them need emotional support or just a chat.

“We wish all mothers a happy mother’s day, except 'that one' Hongkongers hate the most.”

Source: Stand News #May9

https://bit.ly/3eBh50N
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Hong Kong Tiananmen Massacre vigil to go ahead with ‘individual’ candlelit tributes

https://hongkongfp.com/2021/05/11/hong-kong-tiananmen-massacre-vigil-to-go-ahead-with-individual-candlelit-tributes/
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A 23-yrs-old pleads guilty for possession of explosives and possessing of anything with intent to damage property (8 plastic rods, fuel oil, alcohol, glass bottle, matches on Aug 1, 2019 in TSW), sentenced to 38 months imprisonment.
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A teenager was charged with possession of mobile radio system without license (Nov 18, 2019 in Jordan).

Judiciary agreed to settle the case with the defendant signing a probation order of 12 months, and responsible for $300 court costs.
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1590123-20210510.htm?s=09
Protest inquest jury disbands over language barrier
The jury at an inquest into the death of a protester was disbanded just hours after the hearing began on Monday, when one of the five jurors told the court she couldn’t fully understand Cantonese. Coroner David Ko said he would resume the hearing on Tuesday and would select another five jurors from a random pool. The inquest, to be conducted in Cantonese rather than English, is aimed at determining the cause of the death of Marco Leung. He fell from a shopping mall in Admiralty on June 15, 2019, during an anti-government protest. Ko said he had considered continuing the inquest with just four jurors, but decided it was better to start anew considering the nature of the inquest, which will summon a total of 21 witnesses a 12-day hearing. Meanwhile, the coroner noted that Leung’s family – who had called for an inquest – was not in attendance as the police could not get in touch with them. The court was shown statements from officers who tried to locate the family after they were absent from a pre-inquest review…
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A 15-yrs-old was sentenced to 3 yrs probation order. (Destroying or damaging property with arson on Nov 18, 2019 in Chai Wan)

Judiciary applied for sentence review, the boy is now sentenced to Training Centre Order.
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https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1590072-20210510.htm?s=09
Detained Andrew Wan resigns as a district councillor
Andrew Wan on Monday resigned as a district councillor, the latest pro-democracy figure to throw in the towel while behind bars awaiting trial. Wan is one of scores of people accused of breaching the national security law by holding primary polls to choose candidates for Legco elections. "Besides the security charge, I also face nine other charges which the authorities abusively slapped on me. And the fact that I'm on remand, there's really no way to continue to serve as a councillor," the former lawmaker said on social media. He said this brings an end to his 18 years in public office in Kwai Tsing, but it doesn't mean he has stopped caring about public affairs. At least 15 other district councillors had already resigned in recent months for a variety of reasons, some saying they would not take a planned oath of allegiance to the government, and others complaining there is no room left for representative democracy in Hong Kong. Several of the former councillors; Lam Cheuk-ting, Gary Fan, Roy Tam, Henry Wong…
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A 17-yrs-old found guilty for obstruction in public place (setting roadblocks in MK on Dec 9, 2019), sentenced to 200hrs of community service.