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When Chief Executive Carrie Lam proposed amending the extradition law in February, she cited the case of Chan Tong-kai, wanted in Taiwan in connection with the February slaying of his girlfriend, Poon Hui-wing. Emails sent to Lee and his department this week went unanswered. When Poon failed to return, her parents filed a missing persons report and her father traveled to Taiwan to find her, it said.
Hong Kong police said that Chan confessed under caution to killing his pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan, the Morning Post said. Chan said that after an argument he strangled Poon and stuffed the body in a suitcase, which he later disposed of in a park, according to the report, citing evidence at his trial. He was remanded in custody for 13 months, it said. Reports gave their ages at around 19 and Taiwan officials made requests to Hong Kong for judicial assistance in March and April , and in December asked that the suspect be sent to Taiwan for investigations, Chiu Chih-hung, deputy chief prosecutor in Shilin district, said in a phone interview on Sept.
They received no reply, he said. Still, the government in Taiwan made it clear that it would not agree to the extradition bill, which it said could infringe on its sovereignty. Others have rallied to the cause by donating tear gas masks and helmets to be shipped to the Hong Kong activists, according to the Taipei Times. Her mother appeared in February in front of the press in a baseball hat, mask and sunglasses and urged the administration to take action.
While the parents initially backed the plan for an extradition bill, after the protests erupted her father asked Lam in a letter on June 26 to consider a one-off arrangement or other measures, instead of a introducing a new law, HK01 reported.
The Hong Kong Law Society said in an page submission in June that the government should consult all stakeholders and the community before rushing into legislation regarding extraditions to China, Taiwan and Macau, which was proposed in the bill.