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Carson Once Again Refused Permission To Leave HK

Carson Yeung failed in his latest attempt to be allowed to go to the funeral of his father in mainland China.

It was reported on the on.cc website that Carson had offered as surety his HK$12million house, that he only wanted to go to Shenzhen (which is just over the border in mainland China) on Saturday and Sunday and that he would be accompanied by a former police officer in Peter Pannu.

However, his application was denied as it was deemed not to be in the public interest to allow Carson to go due to the possibility of Carson absconding.

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8 Responses to “Carson Once Again Refused Permission To Leave HK”

  • AR says:

    The HK Authorities really seem to be putting the knife into CY. It does seem to be pretty vindictive whether he is innocent or not.

  • prewarblue says:

    Carson should do what the HK authorities are doing to him,,,,,,keep his dad on ice till after the trial,,,,,his bank would be ideal,,,,,after all his accounts are frozen arnt they ?

  • bluenose08 says:

    whether the guy is innocent or guilty i cant see the harm in letting him go to his fathers funeral with police officers in attendance. I guess they really must have a case against him for not allowing him to go. dont think we will see carson at st andrews again for some time !!!

    • Oldbluenose says:

      Sadly, I have to agree with you there, bluenose08, H,K. have definately got the knives out for carson,

      That a son cannot attend his fathers funeral is not good, !!. They must feel that they have good reason to doubt his, [ Carson Yueng ] intent of returning afterwards, ?.

  • Paulo says:

    Someone in HK is definately percieving CY as guilty until proven innocent …and it really is shamefull. It’s his dad’s funeral for christ’s sake.

  • Atahualpa is a BlueNose says:

    What puzzles, is that CY’s legal team should argue with more gusto that if the fella wanted to go incognito, he has a fair chance to do so in his present circumstances. Why oh why grant him bail then?? Obviously if he goes abroad the chance becomes greater, but surely a man of his means can go underground if he really wants to. From the outside looking in, it would appear that CY has really upset some folk who wish to really make him suffer – not only professionally but personally as well. Most of his assets are centred in HK, so would he really be the flight risk that the prosecutor’s office make out?? Did they oppose his bail application??

    If he is found not guilty at his trial later this year, then I sincerely hope that he seeks proper restitution which will go some way in drawing a line under the whole sad affair. Whatever the case, he will be acutely feeling the hurt of not attending his father’s funeral.

    He and Blues need this situation resolved as soon as can be.

  • Think of the children says:

    They don’t trust him. China is a completely out of their control. Peter Pannu either doesn’t trust him either or they were both going to do a runner. I’m surprised no one has spelt that out here yet.

    This is my opinion as a blues fan.

  • Think of the children says:

    If Pannu is the guy Yeung wants to go his father’s funeral with, Pannu can’t act like he doesn’t have a very close relationship with Yeung in matchday programmes and press releases anymore.

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