A Hong Kong court has dismissed a private prosecution brought by a former opposition lawmaker over his alleged assault by a pro-Beijing rival at a chaotic Legislative Council meeting, after the justice department took over the case, then dropped it, saying the bid had been made out of context.Senior assistant director of public prosecutions Anthony Chau Tin-hang on Monday said the attempted prosecution by ex-legislator Raymond Chan Chi-chuen, who faces three charges over the May 8 incident, did…


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