Three charged with aiding Hong Kong intelligence service

Three charged with aiding Hong Kong intelligence service
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According to the National Security Act, three people have been accused of aiding foreign meddling and the Hong Kong intelligence services.

Eventually, all three will show up in Westminster Magistrates ‘ Court for a hearing.

The Metropolitan Police claimed that there was no connection between the Hong Kong inspection and a distinct Russia-related incident.

As part of the analysis, a total of 11 people were detained under area 27 of the National Security Act.

The three men charged are: Chi Leung ( Peter ) Wai, 38, of Staines- upon- Rivers, Matthew Trickett, 37, of Maidenhead, and Chung Biu Yuen, 63, of Hackney.

Commander Dominic Murphy, brain of the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, said:” I want to convince the people that we do not think there to be any wider risk to them. I urge people to refrain from making any further speculative or commenting on this scenario then that charges have been brought.

On May 1st, officers reported that counter-terrorism officers detained eight men and a woman in the Yorkshire region. A person was detained in London the day before and a second detained in the Yorkshire region the following morning.

On May 10, the men and the women were freed.

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