Hong Kong Democracy Activist Sentenced to 3 Months in Prison

Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong has been sentenced to three months in jail for involvement in the 2014 "Umbrella Movement" protest.

The Chinese Supreme Court said Wednesday that Wong, 21, allegations of failure to comply with a court order to leave the protest camp in a demonstration for nearly two months.

Justice Anfrew Chan admitted that Wong was in the area only briefly, but said his involvement was "deep and broad." He played a major role on that day. "He said the only reasonable punishment was" Immediate imprisonment. "

Wong who continued to behave disobediently told reporters before the trial," they can imprison my body, but they can not imprison our minds. "

again democracy activist Raphael Wong was also sentenced to a short prison term, while more than 12 other activists got huk uman trial. [gp]

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