Police disbelieve Howard Lam’s account of abduction and say there is no evidence anyone was illegally detained

Hong Kong police have arrested a pro-democracy activist who said mainland Chinese agents had stapled his legs on suspicion of providing false information.

Howard Lam made headlines last week with his allegations, which rekindled fears about Beijing interfering in Hong Kong despite promising it considerable autonomy since the 1997 handover from Britain.

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