Twelve smuggled Hong Kong rioters were detained. Carrie Lam: It is fair and reasonable to deal with mainland laws before returning to Hong Kong

  [Global Network Report] 12 Hong Kong rioters were suspected of illegally crossing the country (border) and criminally detained by Shenzhen Yantian Public Security Bureau.

According to reports from the website of Radio Hong Kong and Sing, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Carrie Lam said before attending the executive meeting this morning (22nd) that the 12 Hong Kong residents detained in the Mainland were the first to commit serious crimes in Hong Kong and absconded during bail. They have committed other crimes in the Mainland, so it is fair and reasonable for them to face the legal liabilities of the Mainland jurisdiction before arranging them to return to Hong Kong.

  According to the report, Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said that it is unknown whether the mainland authorities will prosecute or punish these Hong Kong people. This does not involve negotiations with the mainland. It is necessary to let the mainland jurisdiction handle the detained Hong Kong people in violation of mainland law in accordance with the mainland law. , The Hong Kong government can then arrange the relevant persons to return to Hong Kong in the usual way.

  Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor reiterated that 12 Hong Kong people were involved in serious crimes in Hong Kong. There are cases in which they absconded during bail and committed other crimes in the Mainland. It is more reasonable and fair for them to face the legal liabilities of the Mainland jurisdiction first.

  On August 26, the China Coast Guard’s official Weibo posted that at 9 o’clock on August 23, the Guangdong Coast Guard Bureau was in the sea area under my jurisdiction southeast of Guangdong and Hong Kong (21°54'00''N, 114°53'00). ''E), 1 speedboat suspected of illegally crossing the border was seized, and more than 10 persons suspected of illegally crossing the border including Li Moumou and Deng Moumou were arrested.

Currently, the case is under further investigation.

  Many Hong Kong media reported that this "Li XX" is Li Yuxuan, a member of the "Hong Kong Story" who is on bail pending trial.

On August 10, Li Yuxuan was arrested by the police on suspicion of colluding with foreign countries or foreign forces to endanger national security and violating the Hong Kong National Security Law.

Also suspected of money laundering.

  On September 13, according to @深圳盐田警训 news, the 12 illegal border crossing personnel seized by the Guangdong Coast Guard on August 23 had been taken criminal detention and compulsory measures in accordance with the law for suspected crimes of illegally crossing the border.

  Author: Yin Yanhui