Leader of Hong Kong independence movement found guilty of rioting

HONG KONG (Reuters) – A Hong Kong court on Friday found the most prominent leader of the Chinese-ruled territory’s independence movement, Edward Leung, guilty on one charge of rioting, a verdict that carries a maximum sentence of 12 years’ jail.
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