Former student leader Lester Shum, center,  one of the activists found guilty of contempt of court, speaks to media at the High Court in Hong Kong, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.  The court has convicted 20 activists, including Shum and leader Joshua Wong, for defying authorities trying to clear a protest site during massive 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city.
Former student leader Lester Shum, center, one of the activists found guilty of contempt of court, speaks to media at the High Court in Hong Kong, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. The court has convicted 20 activists, including Shum and leader Joshua Wong, for defying authorities trying to clear a protest site during massive 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city. Kin Cheung AP Photo
Former student leader Lester Shum, center, one of the activists found guilty of contempt of court, speaks to media at the High Court in Hong Kong, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. The court has convicted 20 activists, including Shum and leader Joshua Wong, for defying authorities trying to clear a protest site during massive 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations in the Chinese-controlled city. Kin Cheung AP Photo

20 Hong Kong activists guilty of contempt in 2014 protests

October 13, 2017 7:12 AM

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