Hongkong riots in Mong Kok re ruled that 9 defendants were convicted of rioting.

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 Hongkong riots in Mong Kok re ruled that 9 defendants were convicted of rioting.


Overseas network, May 2, February 2016, a riot incident occurred in Mong Kok, Hongkong, which injured more than 100 people, most of whom were police officers. Mo Jiatao and other 10 arrested men were suspected of throwing bricks at the police and destroying police cars. They were charged with more than ten counts of riots and criminal damage. Hongkong West Kowloon Magistracy today (2) afternoon ruled that, in addition to the defendant Wu Tingkai had earlier recognized a crime of riots, the remaining 9 accused of rioting. The judge adjourned the case to 23 days after sentencing, and the defendants were remanded. According to Hongkong East network, Mo Jiatao, the first defendant, involving 3 offense of riots, 1 criminal damage crimes and 1 assaulting police, was not established in 1 riots; Chen Hexiang, a defendant involving 1 offense and 1 assaulting police, was not convicted of assaulting the police. The case was 11 defendants, but one of the defendants, Li Qianyi, fled to Taiwan in January 2017, and the other 10 defendants were Mo Jiatao, Zhong Zhihua, He Jinsen, Huo Tinghao, Chen Hexiang, Deng Jingzong, Li Zhuoxuan, Li Zhuoxuan, 17 to 70 years old. Wu Tingkai admitted a crime of riot, while Mo Jiatao admitted a crime of assaulting the police, but denied the remaining charges. Earlier, a number of insurgents in Mong Kok were sentenced to imprisonment. In March 16, 2017, the Hongkong regional court sentenced 3 persons to be convicted of riots for 3 years in prison; in August 7, 2017, the Hongkong regional court sentenced 2 persons to 3 years in prison and one into the teaching institute; and in April 11, 2018, the Hongkong regional court sentenced 1 defendants to imprisonment for 2 years and 10 months for offences of violence. The scene of a Mongkok riot. (data map) According to the overseas network, at 10 p.m. on February 8, 2016, at the junction of Shandong street in Mong Kok and Shandong street in Kowloon District, Hongkong, some peddlers were suspected of illegal operation and conflict with the staff of the special administrative department of the special administrative department of the HKSAR government. A large number of so-called local people came to the scene to stir up trouble and attack police officers at the scene. In the early morning of February 9, 2016, police clashes between Shandong street in Mong Kok of Mong Kok and Shandong street in Hongkong, police once displayed a red flag, put a pepper spray, controlled the scene, and the demonstrators threw debris at the police. As of the morning of February 9, 2016, the police dispersed the demonstrators to control the situation. Source: overseas web editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 According to the overseas network, at 10 p.m. on February 8, 2016, at the junction of Shandong street in Mong Kok and Shandong street in Kowloon District, Hongkong, some peddlers were suspected of illegal operation and conflict with the staff of the special administrative department of the special administrative department of the HKSAR government. A large number of so-called local people came to the scene to stir up trouble and attack police officers at the scene. In the early morning of February 9, 2016, police clashes between Shandong street in Mong Kok of Mong Kok and Shandong street in Hongkong, police once displayed a red flag, put a pepper spray, controlled the scene, and the demonstrators threw debris at the police. As of the morning of February 9, 2016, the police dispersed the demonstrators to control the situation.