Hong Kong’s most high-profile pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been remanded in police custody. According to FSN, he and two other prominent local campaigners pleaded guilty in court to charges relating to street protests last year. FSN’s Richard Kimber reports from the courthouse where the trial took place. Before entering the courtroom, Wong told reporters that he would not be surprised if immediate detention followed, reports Al Jazeera.
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