Hong Kong court gives 7 prison time

On July 22, 2019, at a train station in Hong Kong, China, a man in a white T-shirt with a pole can be seen in Yuen Long after a demonstrator of Yuen Long was attacked.

After the attack on the protesters, a man was seen wearing a white T-shirt with a pole in Motoro.

A Hong Kong court sentenced seven men to imprisonment after being convicted of violently attacking protesters and commuters in favor of democratization at the station in 2019.

The man was sentenced to three and a half to seven years in prison.

The attack on Motoro, who was captured by victims and bystanders on his mobile phone, shocked the city.

Police arrived late at the scene and were accused of doing little to stop the violence, they denied.

They were also accused of colluding with the attackers, some of whom had triad connections.

However, these denials rarely stopped the growing distrust of police when Hong Kong faced widespread anti-government protests.

Inside footage of Motoro, who became a hot topic on social media, showed a group of suspected triad gangsters wearing white shirts and beating passengers with rods, metal rods, and bats.

Tens of thousands went out on the street in the next few days Protest against violence..

Seven years’ imprisonment for one convicted man is the highest sentence a district court can impose.

The judge was insulted by male supporters, and some called him a “dog judge” while walking outside the court, AFP reported.

Earlier, while hearing a plea for mitigation from a lawyer, the judge said that “indiscriminate assault” needed to be “severely” punished.

One of the convicted people apologized to the victims and said he acted on the urge.