Thursday, November 27, 2014   

Kevin Lau case adjourned until June
(05-20 11:15)

The case of two men charged over February's chopper attack on former chief editor of the Ming Pao newspaper, Kevin Lau Chun-to, has been adjourned until later next month.
The adjournment came after Yip Kim-wah and Wong Chi-wah made another appearance at Eastern Court.
During their next appearance, the two will be asked whether they would like to have a committal proceeding first, before a decision is taken to transfer the case to the High Court.
Yip and Wong are jointly charged with one count of wounding with intent, and another of theft. They are remanded in custody. --RTHK   
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