Its on the bloody video - those guys should get sentenced and then canned so they aren't part of the police force anymore; take whatever reduced pension / payout; and go do something else.
Last edited by chichow; 14-10-2015 at 11:46 AM.
It took 8 months for this simple case of women hitting a MTR staff with her handbag (Assault Charge), so for the Police assualt case, expect a few years and a few million of HK Tax payers money down the drain, those Police will still get a monthly salary I assume so even more money wasted.
I imagine CY and co are kicking it as far into the future as possible so they may not have to be around to deal with it.
There were a number of QCs involved in the Rafael Hui case.
David Perry QC, Clare Montgomery QC for example, both are involved in a large number of cases in HK, on a regular basis.
@Cho-man, aren't these 2 counsels locals ? Did they just retain their QC title just as a "tradition" even if HK is no longer a colony ? Or are they considered foreign QCs ?
If they can only practice in HK (i.e. only have a license in HK), then an experienced counsel would be termed SC (senior counsel), not QC.
Last edited by Cho-man; 14-10-2015 at 06:05 PM.
Got it, that makes sense. Thanks for the explanation.
Looks like David Perry has been registered with the bar in the UK for a good 35 years.
Last edited by jrkob; 14-10-2015 at 05:51 PM.