Friday, September 19, 2014   

PLA soldier testifies against activist
(05-21 17:57)

A Hong Kong-based PLA soldier has told the Eastern Court how he confronted activists who trespassed at the military headquarters in Admiralty last year.
Wu Peng said three or four people had entered the barracks, led by a tall and skinny man who was shouting and carrying a flag.
The soldier said he immediately gave a warning, before forcing the man off the premises. Wu later identified the man from an identity parade.
He was testifying at the trial of Billy Chiu Hin-chung, who's accused of entering a closed area without a permit. --RTHK   
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