Hong Kong's 'Umbrella' protesters found guilty

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In Hong Kong, the original founders of the 2014 Umbrella protests, which brought parts of the city to a stand-still for 79 days, have been found guilty over their involvement in the rallies.

Patrick Fok was outside the West Kowloon District Law Courts when the verdict was delivered, and explains whether the outcome came as a surprise.

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