Five years for inciting secession: just what the prosecution ordered
The Hong Kong courts get to have their cake and eat it: they borrow the support of the most restrictive common law cases, while distinguishing liberal cases by claiming that the constitutional framework is different.
Political prisoners kept in prolonged solitary detention
UN special rapporteurs have recognized prolonged solitary confinement may amount to torture – and yet the Hong Kong prison administration claims that 21 political prisoners detained for the NSL47 case requested solitary confinement for their own protection. Who’s convinced?