Hong Kong Court Jails Former Radio Host Amid Sedition Crackdown – Bloomberg

Hong Kong Court Jails Former Radio Host Amid Sedition Crackdown – Bloomberg

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A Hong Kong court handed a 40-month prison sentence to the first person convicted under a colonial-era sedition law since the handover to China, a sign authorities intend to dish out stiff punishments for critical speech as part of a broader political crackdown.
Pro-democracy activist Tam Tak-chi, 50, was handed the term by Judge Stanley Chan in District Court on Wednesday after he was convicted last month on 11 counts, including seven of sedition. Tam has already been held in jail without bail for more than a year.

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