Jimmy Lai’s case under National Security Law adjourned to 12th Oct


27th July 2021 – (Hong Kong) Jimmy Lai, who is currently serving his sentence in Stanley Prison, is involved in lawsuits. Among them, he was accused of violating the “Hong Kong National Security Law”. He allegedly colluded with foreign forces to endanger national security, and also conspired to commit one or a series of tendencies to obstruct judicial justice and other three crimes, once convicted, the maximum penalty is life imprisonment.

The case was brought to the West Kowloon Courts today (27th), and it was handled by the judge designated by the National Security Law and Chief Magistrate Victor So. The case was to 12th October this year. Jimmy Lai did not apply for bail today and must continue to be remanded.