A Hong Kong court denies Agnes Chow release on bail while she appeals her 10-month jail sentence, saying she is unlikely to prevail on appeal. Because of Beijing's crackdown, exercising her right to protest is now evidently slam-dunk criminality.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow has been denied bail pending an appeal against her 10-month jail sentence.
Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow denied bail after landmark sentencing: Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow was denied bail on Wednesday pending an appeal against her 10-month jail sentence on charges related to unauthorised assembly during…
#hongkong Prominent Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow looks out of a car window while being driven away by police from her home after she was arrested under the new national security law in Hong Kong late on August 10, 2020. #AFP
Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow was released on bail late after being held in custody for approximately 24 hours. Chow was one of 10 people arrested by Hong Kong police on Monday in connection with the new national security law imposed by Beijing