Friday, August 28, 2015   

Activists deny trespassing at army base
(01-30 11:59)

Four activists have pleaded not guilty to trespassing at the People's Liberation Army headquarters in Admiralty last month.
They are all accused of entering a restricted area without a permit. One defendant, Chiu Hin-chung, chanted slogans when asked to enter a plea and was told to stop by the Eastern Court Magistrate.
The case has been adjourned for four weeks for a pre-trial review. The defendants were granted bail of HK$500 each, and ordered not to have any contact with six soldiers who will be prosecution witnesses. --RTHK   
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