Pro-democracy activist Tony Chung is the latest in a line of cases trialed under Hong Kong’s national security law to plead guilty. The 20-year-old has pleaded guilty for secession and money laundering. However, Chung said that he has a “clear conscience.”
Tony Chung, former leader of pro-independence group Studentlocalism was guilty of secession under the city’s sweeping national security law, as well as money laundering. “I have a clear conscience,” Chung said in his plea.
Tony Chung, 19, pleads guilty to charges of secession, the third person to avoid fighting their case in trial under the Beijing-drafted national security law. He faces as many as 7 years in prison.
What people are saying?
Andrés And when they will talk about the Chinese government, slavery and the dehumanization of the human being as such. For them there are no human rights, gentlemen of the UN, or they only screw the countries that do not give them money.
kaiserma iris The people of his hometown, his country, think he is guilty, but only the people brainwashed by the media and politics think he is not guilty, just ridiculous.