Hong Kong Protester, First to Be Sentenced Under China’s National Security Law, Gets Nine Years

Hong Kong Protester, First to Be Sentenced Under China’s National Security Law, Gets Nine Years

The first person convicted under Hong Kong’s Beijing-imposed national-security law was sentenced to nine years in prison Friday, in a case closely watched as a bellwether for how strictly the city’s judges will enforce the law.

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