Online Petition

Defend Free Speech, Protest irrational selective prosecution
Hong Kong veteran politician Szeto Wah, 76, the chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, was summonsed for delivering political messages using unlicensed communications equipment. He was charged of speaking on 25/5/2007 at a Mong Kok street forum hosted by Citizen’s Radio, topic of the program involved the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. There’s another eight persons charged.
Ho Chun-yan is representing Szeto in court, said Szeto and others did is protected by the Bill of Rights and other international covenants.
That’s lots of people had spoken on Citizen’s Radio but not charged, included Executive Councillor Anthony Cheung Bing-leung and legislator Choy So-yuk of the DAB.
The charge showed selective prosecution.
Szeto Wah said he’ll not plead guilty and would rather go to jail! He’ll fight till the very end.

Sorry for posting this kind of message here.
Please forgive me. I’m very angry about this. :angry: