A former pro-independence group member has been jailed for 12 years for his role in Hong Kong’s biggest seizure of explosives in two decades, the heaviest sentence handed down on charges relating to the 2019 civil unrest.During sentencing at the High Court on Friday, Mr Justice Andrew Chan Hing-wai said the deadly materials were intended to create “terror among citizens” in pursuing the city’s separation from mainland China during the anti-government protests.Louis Lo Yat-sun had pleaded guilty…


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