Hong Kong | Tsang found guilty in unprecedented graft trial - Macau Daily Times

A former leader of Hong Kong was convicted Friday of corruption over a luxury apartment in mainland China intended for his retirement, local media reported. The nine-member jury deliberating two days before finding Donald Tsang guilty of one count of ...

Donald Tsang found guilty of corruption - Aljazeera.com

Donald Tsang, who faces up to seven years in prison, is the most senior official to be found guilty in a criminal trial. 18 Feb 2017 20:13 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Tsang escaped a bribery charge but could face seven ...

The actions of convicted police officers must be condemned - South China Morning Post

The overwhelming majority of Hong Kong's police officers do an excellent job, often in difficult circumstances. While they are entitled to the city's respect and gratitude, the highest standards of behaviour is expected in return. PUBLISHED : Sunday ...

Donald Tsang guilty of misconduct in office, making him first Hong Kong leader convicted in criminal trial - South China Morning Post

Donald Tsang Yam-kuen became Hong Kong's first ever chief executive to be convicted in a criminal trial as the High Court on Friday found him guilty of misconduct in public office when he was the city's leader. His fall from grace was played out in ...

Opposition to Donald Tsang retrial 'a tough ask', say Hong Kong law experts - South China Morning Post

Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, the former Hong Kong leader who has been convicted of misconduct in public office, may have a tough case to argue against a retrial on a bribery charge if prosecutors continue to press that option, legal experts say. His fate ...

Hong Kong leader CY Leung received six times fewer gifts than Donald Tsang, register shows - South China Morning Post

Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen received a total of 1,270 gifts during his second term from 2007 to 2012, but incumbent Leung Chun-ying received just 204 – six times fewer than Tsang's tally. But Tsang did not keep any of them ...

Hong Kong police chief calls on public to understand 'tremendous pressure' faced by officers in Occupy protests - South China Morning Post

Police Commissioner Stephen Lo Wai-chung has asked the public to understand the tremendous pressure shouldered by the force's men and women during the 2014 Occupy movement, after seven officers were jailed for assaulting activist Ken Tsang ...

Former Hong Kong leader Tsang found guilty of graft in unprecedented trial - The Japan Times

HONG KONG – A former leader of Hong Kong was convicted Friday of corruption over a luxury apartment that was intended for his retirement in China. The nine-member jury deliberating two days before finding Donald Tsang guilty of one count of misconduct ...

Occupy assault case: Police group finds 7 officers' jail sentences 'unacceptable,' plans fundraiser - Hong Kong Free Press

A police association has said that the two-year jail sentence handed to seven officers on Friday for assaulting democracy activist Ken Tsang was “unacceptable,” and has pledged to raise funds for them. Meanwhile, Police Commissioner Steven Lo Wai-chung ...

In Pictures: Pro-police protesters demand amnesty for convicted officers in Ken Tsang assault case - Hong Kong Free Press

Police supporters have staged a protest asking Hong Kong's leader to pardon seven police officers who were sentenced to two years in jail on Friday for assaulting activist Ken Tsang during the pro-democracy Occupy protests in 2014. They said the jail ...

Chief executive election: Political drama ends with groom left in the lurch - Hong Kong Free Press

A recurring theme in 19th century novels has a young man rejected as a suitable husband because of his poverty. The suitor then goes abroad to make his fortune, returns with his pockets full of gold, and discovers that the lady of his dreams has ...

Seven Hong Kong Policemen Jailed For Beating of Democracy Activist Ken Tsang - Radio Free Asia

Van carrying seven Hong Kong police officers found guilty of assaulting pro-democracy politician Ken Tsang during the 2014 Occupy Central pro-democracy movement heads to the city's detention center, Feb. 17, 2017. RFA. A court in Hong Kong on Friday ...

Ex-HK leader guilty of misconduct - China Post

Hong Kong, China -- Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang was Friday found guilty of misconduct during his time at the helm of the city in a high-profile corruption trial, but escaped conviction for bribery. Tsang, 72, is the most senior city official ...

HK's ex-leader found guilty of misconduct - Shanghai Daily (subscription)

Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang (center) leaves Hong Kong's High Court yesterday on bail with his wife Selina and son Thomas after being found guilty of misconduct. — Reuters. FORMER Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang, the ...

Ex-Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang found guilty - Nikkei Asian Review

HONG KONG -- After a nearly six-week trial jurors found former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang Yam-kuen guilty of one count of misconduct in public office, but dismissed a second count. The jury failed to reach a decision on another corruption charge.

Seven cops jailed for assaulting activist Ken Tsang - Hong Kong Standard (press release)

The District Court today sentenced seven policemen to two years in prison for assaulting pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang Kin-chiu during the 2014 October Occupy protests. One of the seven, detective constable Chan Siu-tan, received an extra one month ...

Disturbing questions remain after trial of Donald Tsang - South China Morning Post

There can be no dispute that the controversies surrounding Donald Tsang Yam-kuen rocked public confidence in clean government. The question was whether the city's former chief executive had violated any law, and if so, whether he would be brought to ...

Alone in the dock, then Hong Kong's former leader is mobbed by the media - South China Morning Post

Donald Tsang Yam-kuen was once the most powerful man in Hong Kong, but after being found guilty of criminal misconduct on Friday night it took the 72-year-old three minutes to push through a crowd of flashing cameras and journalists to get to his car.

A closer look at the Shenzhen penthouse in the trial of former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang - South China Morning Post

The intended retirement home of former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen sits in a posh western corner of Shenzhen – in a Futian neighbourhood known for its close proximity to reputed schools, a major highway and the central business ...

Former Hong Kong leader found guilty of misconduct - Financial Times

Donald Tsang, the former leader of Hong Kong, has been found guilty of misconduct in public office after a high-profile trial that has highlighted the political difficulties facing the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Sample the FT's top stories for ...