Hong Kong protests: teacher convicted of assaulting police officer jailed for 9 weeks after losing appeal

A Hong Kong teacher who was previously placed in a psychiatric facility while awaiting sentencing for assaulting a police officer during the 2019 protests has been sent to jail after losing an appeal, with the court dismissing allegations of bias in his original trial.Defendant Yeung Pok-man was sentenced to nine weeks in prison last year after being found guilty of kicking Sergeant Chung Wan-yip in the abdomen after the officer pulled him over on So Kwun Po Road in Sheung Shui while he was on…


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