Li Zhiyings hands handcuffed at the scene of arrest Hong Kong Police: more people will be arrested

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 Li Zhiyings hands handcuffed at the scene of arrest Hong Kong Police: more people will be arrested


East net said that Li Zhiyings arrest was suspected of violating Article 29 of the Hong Kong national security law, colluding with foreign or foreign forces to endanger national security, as well as conspiracy to defraud and incitement. His two sons are involved in the crime of colluding with foreign or foreign forces to endanger national security.

In addition, mark Simon, Li Zhiyings right-hand and right-hand man, is wanted by the police. Mark Simon posted on social media this morning announcing the arrest of Li Zhiying on suspicion of collusion with foreign forces.

According to the east net news, Li Zhiyings conspiracy to defraud is related to one medias suspected operation of an independent company in the factory building of Tseung Kwan O industrial estate, providing Company Secretary services, violating the land lease or making profits by fraud. Earlier, it was said that one media in Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate plant, suspected of operating at least 14 independent companies, involving different businesses. According to the records, all the directors of the companies were Li Zhiying. One of the companies provided Company Secretary services to 10 restaurants and companies run by Li Yaoen, the second son of Li Zhiying, including the four seasons regular meal of second-hand frozen lemon tea. The Tseung Kwan O industrial estate is managed by the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation. In examining and approving applications for land for industrial estates, the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation has stipulated that only other operations approved or agreed in writing by the science and Technology Park may be carried out in the factory buildings, and no sublease is allowed to other persons.

Hong Kong police report: more arrests will not be ruled out!

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Hong Kong police have arrested at least seven Hong Kong men on suspicion of colluding with foreign or foreign forces to endanger national security and conspiracy to defraud, according to a news release on the official Facebook account on August 10. Police said the arrest was still in progress and more people were arrested. Hong Kong police did not mention the name of the arrested person in Facebook. Earlier on the 10th, Hong Kongs east net and other Hong Kong media quoted sources as saying that the national security office of the Hong Kong police this (10) morning arrested seven people including Hong Kong rioters, one media Li Zhiying, his two sons and a number of high-level one media, suspected of colluding with foreign forces and violating Hong Kongs national security law. According to the report, the seven arrested persons include Li Zhiying, his two sons Li jianen and Li Yaoen, Zhang Jianhong, chief executive officer of one media, Zhou Daquan, Huang Weiqiang and Wu Daguang. In addition, mark Simon, Li Zhiyings assistant abroad, is wanted by police. Source: Shangguan news editor: Zhang Lei_ NB16011

At least seven Hong Kong men were arrested this morning (October 10) on suspicion of collusion with foreign or foreign forces to endanger national security and conspiracy to defraud, Hong Kong police said on the official Facebook account on August 10. Police said the arrest was still in progress and more people were arrested.

Hong Kong police did not mention the name of the arrested person in Facebook. Earlier on the 10th, Hong Kongs east net and other Hong Kong media quoted sources as saying that the national security office of the Hong Kong police this (10) morning arrested seven people including Hong Kong rioters, one media Li Zhiying, his two sons and a number of high-level one media, suspected of colluding with foreign forces and violating Hong Kongs national security law.

According to the report, the seven arrested persons include Li Zhiying, his two sons Li jianen and Li Yaoen, Zhang Jianhong, chief executive officer of one media, Zhou Daquan, Huang Weiqiang and Wu Daguang. In addition, mark Simon, Li Zhiyings assistant abroad, is wanted by police.