A Hong Kong man has been jailed for 32 months for trading stun guns and batons online amid last year’s social unrest.Chiu Tsz-fung was sentenced at the District Court on Monday after he was found keeping 12 tasers and 21 extendable batons on November 1, 2019, when he was about to sell them to an undercover police officer pretending to be an anti-government protester.Upon arrest, the 31-year-old unemployed man admitted he had been selling weapons since October 2019, after buying them on mainland…



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