Hong Kong’s pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday took the Legal Aid Department to task for assisting a woman who suffered a serious eye injury during the 2019 anti-government protests in her lawsuit seeking copies of two search warrants police used to access her medical records.During a meeting at the Legislative Council on Friday, lawmakers grilled Director of Legal Aid Thomas Kwong as to why the woman’s application for aid was approved, questioning whether her choice of veteran human rights…


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