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HK News Snippets

It’s been a busy few days for Carson Yeung in the Chinese language press of Hong Kong, with a couple of news stories featuring him.

Courtesy Apple Daily

It was confirmed in the Oriental Daily yesterday that with Carson’s new court case over the repossession of his house on Barker Road, he has been allowed to stay in the house until that case has been heard in October. However, Carson has been told that he is still liable for the arrears and interest which total over HK$50million.

There was also a snippet in the Oriental Daily on Friday with respect to his main criminal case in November, where it was confirmed the Director of Public Prosecutions for HK himself was going to handle the case. Kevin Zervos, (here translated to “Xue Weicheng”) has an extensive background of dealing with white-collar crime and has been involved in some of the high-profile corruption cases currently ongoing in HK. Interestingly, his opponent in the largest one (concerning the Kwok Brothers) will also be his opponent in Carson’s case come November. Clive Grossman (translated to “Guo Zhaoming”) is a very distinguished counsel with a history of dealing with defendants in cases like Carson’s.

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