Hong Kong salesman acquitted over death of 63-year-old in queue-jumping scuffle

A salesman who pushed an elderly man who later died after their fight over queue-jumping at a Hong Kong ferry pier following a protest has been found not guilty of manslaughter.A High Court jury on Monday acquitted Leung Ching-yin, 28, over the death of Chow Chun-wo, 63, by a vote of six to one after four hours of deliberations.Madam Justice Esther Toh Lye-ping said it was a short but difficult case as she thanked the jury and counsel after releasing Leung from the dock.Chow died of a fractured…

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