Hong Kong cardinal among activists on trial over protest fund


Cardinal Joseph Zen officiates at a mass at the Holy Cross Church in Hong Kong. – EPA pic, September 26, 2022.

A 90-YEAR-OLD Hong Kong cardinal will go on trial alongside four fellow democracy supporters today over their role in running a fund to help defend people arrested in anti-government protests.

Cardinal Joseph Zen, one of Asia’s highest-ranking Catholic clerics, was originally detained earlier this year under a national security law that Beijing imposed on Hong Kong to quell dissent.


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