Hong Kong’s first trial over 2019 Yuen Long mob attack opens after anonymity order for eyewitnesses, victims

Hong Kong’s first trial over the Yuen Long mob attack that took place during 2019’s anti-government protests opened on Tuesday after the judge imposed an anonymity order on 16 victims and eyewitnesses expected to testify.The District Court case centres on three incidents, beginning with the first clashes between a mob of men in white and protesters and commuters at Yuen Long MTR station at 10.40pm on July 21, then others around Exit J after midnight on July 22, which then subsequently spilled…

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