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#FirstHand<\/a> #Court<\/a>"Release Political Prisoners", "Liberate Hong Kong": Hundreds Chant Outside Court in Support of Pro-Democracy Activists<\/b>On March 1, 2021 in Hong Kong, over 200 citizens were queuing to attend the court hearing by 9am. 47 pro-democracy activists were charged with "conspiracy to subverting state powers".Several police vehicles were deployed nearby, and officers set up cordon lines outside the court. A number of pro-democracy activists who were involved in the case but not yet charged attended the hearing. These include Convener of Civil Human Rights Front Figo Chan, Chairman of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China Lee Chuk-Yan, and former Democratic Party lawmaker Roy Kwong Chun-Yu. Citizens held up banners that read, \u201crelease political prisoners\u201d.Pro-democracy supporters are still queueing outside the court at 11am, chanting "Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times".Text: RTHKPhotos: First hand #Mar1<\/a> #PoliticalPrisoners<\/a> #YNWA<\/a><\/div>\n\n