Protests in Hong Kong: fingerprints removed from folder, notebook asks students to cancel plea for not guilty of explosives

Protests in Hong Kong: fingerprints removed from folder, notebook asks students to cancel plea for not guilty of explosives




A dozen fingerprints found in a makeshift explosives laboratory during the 2019 protests prompted a 19-year-old defendant to retract his previous plea of ​​not guilty just before his trial was due to begin Tuesday in the District Court under student Ting Chin-fung had initially denied two charges of explosives and a third related to drones believed to be intended for carrying bombs. However, Ting withdrew his plea and admitted the charges of explosives….

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A dozen fingerprints found in a makeshift explosives laboratory during the 2019 protests prompted a 19-year-old defendant to retract his previous plea of ​​not guilty just before his trial was due to begin Tuesday in the District Court under student Ting Chin-fung had initially denied two charges of explosives and a third related to drones believed to be intended for carrying bombs. However, Ting withdrew his plea and admitted the charges of explosives….

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