Hong Kong rioters Li Zhiying and others arrested Liang Zhenying

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 Hong Kong rioters Li Zhiying and others arrested Liang Zhenying


On the morning of February 28, Hong Kong police arrested a number of Hong Kong rioters, including Li Zhiying, the founder of one media, who was listed as the gang of four, he Junren, the former chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong, Yang Sen, the former chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong, and Li Zhuo Ren, the labor party. In response, Liang Zhenying, former chief executive of Hong Kong, said that political forces cannot override the law, and whoever violates the law will be punished.

More than 10 detectives from Hong Kong Polices Hong Kong Island serious case team were arrested at the residence of Hong Kong rioters and one media founder Li Zhiying at about 7 a.m. on February 28. In addition to Li Zhiying, he Junren, the former chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong, Yang Sen, the former chairman of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong and Li Zhuo Ren, the former chairman of the Labor Party of Hong Kong, were also arrested by Hong Kong police. All four were accused of participating in the illegal rally on August 31, 2019. In response, Liang Zhenying wrote on the social platform that Hong Kong is a rule of law area. No matter how hard the backstage is, no matter what kind of protection umbrella there is in foreign countries, people who violate criminal law or civil law (including defamation law) are subject to legal sanctions. Liang Zhenying also pointed out that relevant departments should take the initiative and take responsibility, and political forces should not override the law.

According to Hong Kong media, Li Zhiying was arrested by the police on suspicion of being related to the case of Oriental male journalists who were normally interviewed by criminal intimidation in Weiyuan Pavilion in June 2017 and the case of illegal assembly on August 31, 2019. In an interview with orange news, Ma nguo, chairman and barrister of the Hong Kong law exchange foundation, said that criminal intimidation and illegal assembly were criminal offences and could be sentenced to up to five years imprisonment.

(function(){(window.slotbydup=window.slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_5811557,async:true});})(); According to Ma, criminal intimidation is generally handled at two levels. If the Department of justice of Hong Kong considers that the crime involved is relatively minor, it will be dealt with in a summary way, and the violator can be sentenced to imprisonment for up to two years or a fine of 2000 yuan. However, if the case is serious, such as repeatedly intimidating the relevant person, the prosecutor can be dealt with in accordance with the public prosecution procedure, and the maximum penalty is imprisonment for 5 years. Asked to participate in the prosecution of illegal assembly, the state of man responded that illegal assembly is similar to criminal intimidation. Wu Qiubei, deputy to the National Peoples Congress of the port area and chairman of the Federation of industry and commerce, said that the illegal assembly on August 31 seriously affected Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Police strictly enforced the law to highlight the rule of law in Hong Kong, according to Hong Kong orange news. Wu Qiubei said that the August 31 incident had a great negative impact on Hong Kong. The Hong Kong opposition, under the so-called fight for justice banner, committed adultery and committed criminal offenses, leaving no understanding of the rule of law. Li Zhiying is suspected of intimidation. The relevant films have been exposed for a long time. The evidence is sufficient. The Hong Kong Police strictly enforce the law, which shows the rule of law in Hong Kong. At the same time, they also alert young people who go astray. That is to say, those who break the law will be punished. Source: author of overseas website: Zhang Shasha editor in charge: Sheng Yuqing, nbjs10200

According to Ma, criminal intimidation is generally handled at two levels. If the Department of justice of Hong Kong considers that the crime involved is relatively minor, it will be dealt with in a summary way, and the violator can be sentenced to imprisonment for up to two years or a fine of 2000 yuan. However, if the case is serious, such as repeatedly intimidating the relevant person, the prosecutor can be dealt with in accordance with the public prosecution procedure, and the maximum penalty is imprisonment for 5 years. Asked to participate in the prosecution of illegal assembly, the state of man responded that illegal assembly is similar to criminal intimidation.

Wu Qiubei, deputy to the National Peoples Congress of the port area and chairman of the Federation of industry and commerce, said that the illegal assembly on August 31 seriously affected Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Police strictly enforced the law to highlight the rule of law in Hong Kong, according to Hong Kong orange news.

Wu Qiubei said that the August 31 incident had a great negative impact on Hong Kong. The Hong Kong opposition, under the so-called fight for justice banner, committed adultery and committed criminal offenses, leaving no understanding of the rule of law. Li Zhiying is suspected of intimidation. The relevant films have been exposed for a long time. The evidence is sufficient. The Hong Kong Police strictly enforce the law, which shows the rule of law in Hong Kong. At the same time, they also alert young people who go astray. That is to say, those who break the law will be punished.