Hong Kong Judge Draws Criticism After Court Session Involving 47 Pro-Democracy Activists

A woman holds up a paper with the words #Save47 outside of the West Kowloon court building in Hong Kong on May 31, 2021. (Sung Pi-lung/The Epoch Times)
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An internationally scrutinized court case unfolded in Hong Kong on May 31, when 47 pro-democracy opposition figures stood before a judge, while being charged with conspiracy to commit subversion under the city’s draconian national security law. At the West Kowloon court building, Judge Victor So ruled that the court case will resume on July 8, with the possibility that the case will be transferred to the High Court, which has the power to hand out heavie
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