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The face of the 2014 protests was previously found guilty of contempt after not leaving a site in Mong Kok that judges had ordered cleared.
All nine leaders found guilty of charges relating to 79-day pro-democracy protest in 2014.
Reverend Chu Yiu-ming recounted his decades-long struggle for democracy in an emotional ‘sermon’ from the dock.
Nine people were found guilty of leading the 2014 protests, also known as the Umbrella Revolution.
Lawyer for student leader Tommy Cheung Sau-ying claims only logistical support wanted from trio of Dr Chan kin-man, Benny Tai, and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming.
Prosecutors have spelt out the allegations facing each of the nine key figures accused of organising the pro-democracy protests in 2014.
Biggest trial concerning 2014 civil disobedience movement is expected to last for more than two weeks
The case was the second time officers were found guilty of using excessive force while policing the 79-day pro-democracy protests .
Mainland Chinese woman Tang Lin-ling, who was accused of taking photos during a politically charged trial in Hong Kong, has been found guilty of criminal contempt of court.