Jimmy Lai, 2 Other Hong Kong Activists Convicted Over Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil

Hong Kong pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai and two other prominent pro-democracy activists were convicted on Thursday for their participation in a Tiananmen vigil in June 2020.

Lai, as well as rights lawyer Chow Hang-tung and former opposition politician and former journalist Gwyneth Ho, were found guilty of unauthorized asssembly charges over the vigil.

Hong Kong normally holds the world’s largest annual June 4 vigils to commemorate the hundreds or potentially thousands of innocent lives lost on June 3 and 4, 1989, after the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ordered its troops to open fire on…

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