Luo Guancong (left), Huang Zhifeng (Center) and Zhou tingtuyuan: Headline Daily
According to Hong Kong wenhui.com, an insider said that Huang Zhifeng and Zhou Ting had been using their private accounts to accept donations and directly control the funds of Hong Kong consensus, a Hong Kong Independence organization. According to the source, there are about HK $21.66 million in the Hong Kong Zhongzhi account, which is mainly used for daily operation, as well as the lawyers fees faced by members after they are arrested for participating in violent demonstrations.
The source also showed the accounts, which showed that the accounts of Huang Zhifeng and Zhou Ting were HK $16.21 million and HK $3.95 million respectively. He disclosed that as early as the decision of Hong Kongs national security law was enacted, Huang Zhifeng thought of a way out and planned to abscond to the US consulate in Hong Kong to seek asylum. Huang Zhifeng and Zhou Ting had a private talk about the issue of money, and then Luo Guancong also appeared.
According to the source, after Huang Zhifeng, Zhou Ting and Luo Guancong successively announced that they would withdraw from Hong Kong Zhongzhi, the internal situation of Hong Kong Zhongzhi was in disorder. When the meeting decided to elect a new leadership, the members of the organization immediately became angry when they learned that the funds in the account had been swept away by three people on June 29, and there was little left. The source said that Hong Kong Zhongzhi was forced to disband due to financial difficulties.
The governor of Changan Street noted that Hong Kongs national security law came into effect on the evening of June 30, and Huang Zhifeng, Zhou Ting and Luo Guancong, three leaders of the Hong Kong consensus, announced their withdrawal on social media that morning. Among them, Luo Guancong wrote on July 2 that he had fled Hong Kong, but did not disclose his current location.