2019hong kongspread”currently being sent back“During the agitation, a large number of people were arrested outside the Polytechnic University, who were trying to save the protesters who were surrounded by the police inside the university. According to Hong Kong media reports, the court has so far convicted 165 people for the riots.
In November 2019, during the “anti-extradition movement” in Hong Kong, a large-scale clash broke out between police and protesters at the Polytechnic University. The protesters were trapped in the complex. A large number of people launched the “Surround Wei and Rescue Zhao” operation to help the trapped protesters escape.
Ming Pao and other Hong Kong media reported today that the police arrested 213 people during the incident, all of whom were charged with rioting, and divided into 17 cases.
The court today disposed of a case involving six defendants, all of whom were found guilty of rioting. Some of them were also charged with other crimes for possessing laser pens. Each of the six men were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 3 years and 11 months to 5 years and 3 months.
The judge said that “the riot was serious.” Although there was no evidence to show the actual actions of the defendants, they strengthened their momentum by remaining at the scene.
Police said that out of 213 people, 165 have been convicted so far in the riots, of whom 6 have been sentenced to training centres, 137 to jail terms ranging from 2 years and 5 months to 5 years and 4 months. have been sentenced, and 22 have been sentenced to prison. Others are awaiting sentencing.