In an interview this (14th) morning, the head of chaos Hong Kong argued that he was arrested for fabricated charges and stressed that he had never supported “Hong Kong Independence”.
according to Hong Kong’s “east net” report, those who were released on bail in the early morning of the 12th claimed in an interview that “these charges are fabricated and I can’t disclose more details.” “Without any evidence, they just claim and assume that I am guilty, but this is not the way of law, I should be presumed innocent,” he added
also claimed that they had never supported “Hong Kong Independence”, that he had not given any money to the related activities, and that he would not sell his stake in Apple Daily and that the business would continue to operate if he was convicted.
Chen Weiqiang, a lecturer at the school of professional and continuing education of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, strongly criticizes the allegation of “colluding with foreign or foreign forces to endanger national security”, rather than “splitting up the territory”. When interviewed, he said that he did not support “Hong Kong Independence”. Chen Weiqiang believed that this was a diversion of attention, so as to mislead the public into believing that he was “dead supporting” innocent.
Chen Wei also said that at present, the evidence listed by the police against the prosecution was also established, including mark Simon, his former assistant to the CIA, who supported the operation of the Facebook Page “I’m going to get fired” and called on foreign countries to impose sanctions on Hong Kong. Therefore, the statement that he claimed to be “arrested on fabricated charges” is very incorrect. Ten people, including
, were arrested by the National Security Department of the Hong Kong Police on the 10th for collusion with foreign forces, violation of the national security law or conspiracy to defraud. He was released on bail in the early morning of December 12. His bail was HK $300000 in cash and HK $200000 in personal guarantee. He reported to the police in early September and his assets of HK $50 million were frozen at the same time.