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Thursday, April 27, 2017
The corruption trial of the former prosecutor-general saw its first batch of witnesses take the stand
A Chinese businessman arrested in Beijing last year. Playing a key role in various nefarious schemes around the world. Including North Korea, Venezuela, Angola and Zimbabwe. With links leading back to Macau. And the aircraft that tragically took the lives of so many this week in Colombia.
Clear rules for this year’s election will have to wait until after Chinese New Year, but the new electoral commission chairman admits candidate interviews with the media before the campaign could be considered an infraction
Chinese central government intervention in Hong Kong’s legislative affairs has led to a downgrade in the city’s civil rights freedom ranking, raising concerns that similar influences could be extended to the MSAR following electoral law changes
The Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office O...
The Court of Final Appeal will hear the ...

Not in my name

Former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng claimed his subordinates signed and authorised most of the contracts mentioned in the accusations against him

Coincidence time

Nephew of former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng removed from position at Public Prosecutor’s Office
Juridical experts believe it will be difficult for the former Prosecutor-general to find another legal representative in the five-day period granted by the court
Candidates running for the election are required to inform the Electoral Commission of their participation in third-party events involving the distribution of gifts
The Wall Street Journal states that Ng Lap Seng was part of a joint bid in 2001 for an MSAR gaming licence in conjunction with US presidential candidate Donald Trump, convicted Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau Luen Hung and late billionaire property developer Nina Wang
Former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng considers accusations of money laundering to be filled with “presumptions and assumptions” and no concrete evidence
Hong Kong-based conglomerate Shun Tak Ho...
Aide to billionaire claims to have been misled before making statements to authorities

‘Boss Wu’

New charges as well as alias revealed in in Ng Lap Seng case
The trial of former Prosecutor-General H...
Ho continues to deny all accusations of fraud and abuse of power, claiming no profits were illicitly gained
Unknown persons coming from the resting area and expensive air tickets paid for without names or supporting documents
The two sons of directly elected leg­isl...
The ex-official denied during Friday’s hearing that he was trying to run away prior his arrest
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