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Hong Kong’s ‘Captain America’ Protester Jailed Under National Security Law

Hong Kong’s ‘Captain America’ Protester Jailed Under National Security Law

From: BBC

A Hong Kong activist known as Captain America 2.0 for holding the superhero’s shield at rallies has been jailed for nearly six years under the controversial national security law.

Ma Chun-man was convicted of inciting secession by chanting slogans promoting Hong Kong’s independence from China.

Ma is the second person to be jailed under the law, which was passed in 2020 after protests the previous year.

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