A freelance producer with Hong Kong’s public broadcaster has been convicted of providing false statements and fined HK$6,000 (US$773) over the making of a documentary critical of how police handled a mob attack at a railway station during 2019’s anti-government unrest.West Kowloon Court ruled on Thursday that RTHK contributor Bao Choy Yuk-ling had twice deceived the Transport Department by using car ownership details obtained from a government database for news reporting, rather than the…



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