Liang Tianqi, the leader of Hong Kong Independence who wants to get out of prison ahead of time, is not sorry at all in prison. The informant is the family members of prison friends

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 Liang Tianqi, the leader of Hong Kong Independence who wants to get out of prison ahead of time, is not sorry at all in prison. The informant is the family members of prison friends


Liang Tianqi, a former spokesman for the local Democratic Front of the Hong Kong Independence organization, was sentenced to six years imprisonment for riots in Mong Kok in 2016. He is expected to be released as soon as early as 2022 after it was reported that he intends to apply for parole, hoping to be released early next year. Recently, a family member of a prisoner wrote to Dongfang daily, claiming that his father was a lifelong criminal. He had served more than 10 years in Shibi prison on Lantau Island, and was jointly responsible for the book binding work with Liang Tianqi. The family quoted his father as saying that Liang Tianqi had been transferred to a class a prison (cell) for preaching his political views to other prisoners while serving his sentence. However, Liang Tianqi did not regret this and continued to publicize his political views to other prisoners.

The family continued to say that since most of the prisoners in class a prison are life-long prisoners, Liang Tianqi will publicize to them that if they help him to get out of prison early, he will also seek the media and members of the Legislative Council to help them fight for their rights, such as early release. The family said his father thought Liang Tianqi was playing pig eating tiger and had no regrets at all.

According to the east net, a senior correctional officer disclosed that after taking office, the current director of correctional services, Mr. Hu Yingming, took tough measures to crack down on illegal activities and forces in prison. After the Hong Kong national security law came into effect, he also ordered to increase vigilance to prevent any prisoners from violating the national security law in prison, and to prevent anyone from turning the prison into a Hong Kong Independence base. Full text:

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