Media mogul Jimmy Lai, who was arrested on Monday along with nine other people for suspected violations of the new national security law, was released on bail, according to reports from the South China Morning Post.
Lai, who had to pay about 500,000 Hong Kong dollars on bail, has left the Mong Kok Police Station, where dozens of supporters and activists have gathered to shout “I support him!” Have greeted. Apple Daily ‘, support until the end! “
Various media have indicated that the other nine arrested will also be released. Influential activist Agnes Chow has called the situation “persecution” and assured that “she still does not know why she was arrested”.
With that in mind, he has warned that this was the arrest that made him “most afraid” of the four he had faced. So he stated that his passport had been confiscated.