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Hong Kong protests: High Court convicts teenagers in PolyU protest case, strikes down previous ruling



The High Court has convicted two 14-year-olds of taking part in an unlawful assembly during anti-government demonstrations outside Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University last November, after siding with prosecutors in finding a magistrate had erred in striking out their charges.The Court of Appeal on Friday allowed prosecutors’ application for review and set aside the care or protection orders issued by Magistrate Stanley Ho Chun-yiu, despite evidence that the two teenagers had suffered from…



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