Hong Kong protests: trio in foiled plot to vandalise railway station jailed for 1½ years each

Three men have been jailed for 1½ years each for plotting to vandalise an MTR station during Hong Kong’s social unrest of 2019.The trio, all in their 20s, went on trial at the District Court last month on a joint count of conspiracy to commit criminal damage over a plan to vandalise the Tuen Mun Ferry Pier MTR light rail station on September 5, 2019.Judge Frankie Yiu Fun-che noted the plot was just one of several attempts by radical protesters to target MTR facilities to disrupt public order…


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