Retired Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen fined for failing to register protester legal defence fund

Retired hong kong cardinal joseph zen fined for failing to register protester legal defence fund

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Retired Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen fined for failing to register protester legal defence fund” – below is their description.

A Hong Kong court has fined retired Hong Kong Cardinal Zen and five other trustees up to HK$4,000 (US$512) each for failing to properly register a fund set up to provide legal defence for 2019 anti-government protesters. The now-defunct 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund was established by Zen and his co-defendants. The court’s ruling is seen as a possible prelude to more legal trouble for the defendants, since national security police are still investigating the group’s alleged collusion with foreign forces.

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