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#PressFreesom<\/a> #NationalSecurityLaw<\/a> Apple Daily Seeks Legal Action Demanding the Police to Return seized Journalistic material<\/b>\/\/Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai and several executives of his Next Media group have launched legal action against the police, demanding the return of documents seized during a raid on the newspaper's offices on Monday. According to writs filed at the High Court on Aug 13, they were seeking a court order for the police to hand back journalistic material, information with legal professional privilege, and all other material not covered by the search warrant.\/\/Source: RTHK<\/a> #Aug13<\/a>Image: Apple Daily<\/div>\n\n