The first Hong Kong protester found guilty of carrying a laser pointer as an offensive weapon during last year’s civil unrest has failed to clear his name.Madam Justice Maggie Poon Man-kay dismissed the 16-year-old boy’s appeal against his conviction after concluding the lower court was right to characterise his laser device and umbrella as offensive weapons.Demonstrators regularly used both items against police officers during the anti-government protests, which were sparked by the now…



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