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Hong Kong pro-democracy protester tells court of police 'assault'

Jun 08, 2016 - 10:20 PM

Ken Tsang testifies for the first time against 7 cops who allegedly assaulted him during the height of pro democracy rallies in 2014

epa05339418 Hong Kong Police officers on trial arrive the Wanchai District Court on the first day of the trial in Hong Kong, China, 01 June 2016. The policemen were arrested after television footage showed several plainclothes officers kicking and punching the handcuffed Civic Party member Ken Tsang, after he was arrested following clashes between the police and pro-democracy protesters during the Umbrella Revolution protests in 2014. The officers are on trial for 'causing grievous bodily harm with intent'. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong democracy protester given 5 weeks for police assault

May 30, 2016 - 6:45 PM

Ken Tsang vows to appeal the sentence saying he will never give up

epa05337101 Pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang (C) speaks to members of the media after his trial at the Kowloon City Magistrates Court in Hong Kong, China, 30 May 2016. Tsang was found guilty for resisting arrest and assaulting police officers during the Occupy Central Umbrella Movement protests in Hong Kong in 2014. Tsang was sentenced to five weeks in prison but he was released on bail after he said he wanted to appeal against his conviction. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

Hong Kong pro-democracy protester guilty of assaulting police

May 26, 2016 - 6:40 PM

Supporters of activist Ken Tsang denounce the verdict as political persecution

epa05329744 Pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang arrives at Kowloon City Magistrates Court for his trial over charges of assaulting police officers, Hong Kong, China, 26 May 2016. Pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang was found guilty for resisting arrest during the Occupy Central / Umbrella Movement protests in Hong Kong in 2014. He will be sentenced on 30 May. EPA/ALEX HOFFORD

Hong Kong pro-democracy protester stands trial

Apr 11, 2016 - 4:23 PM

UPDATED Political activist Ken Tsang is accused of splashing liquid on cops during the 2014 protests – the same night as he was beaten in an attack

In this file photo, pro-democracy protesters gather outside the Hong Kong government headquarters, on the second day of the mass civil disobedience campaign Occupy Central, Central District, Hong Kong, China, September 29, 2014. Alex Hofford/EPA