WO235/1112

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Title

WO235/1112

Description

First Charge (against all accused)
Committing a War Crime
“in that they, between 26th September 1944 and 15 November 1944 at the Yaumati Police Station Building, Kowloon, the first named accused as the Warrant Officer in charge of the special branch of the Kowloon District Kempeitai and the rest of the Accused as members of the Kowloon District Kempeitai were, in violation of th laws and usages of war, concerned in the ill-treatment of civilian residents of the New Territories, Hong Kong causing them physical suffering which led to the deaths of Chan Yan (alies Chan Ah Yan), Lau Yuk Kwong, Yuen Fook, Sheng Wan Wah, Ip Hing, Lau Ngau, Lau Lin, Wan Sang Kee, Wan Yung Sang, Wan Yong Kun, Lee Yip, Lau Hong, Lau Leung, Tsang Hing, Wan Yong Shek, Wan Yong Fuk, Tse Yuen Po and Tse Yao Fong (Alias Tse Kow).”

Second Charge (against D1, D2, D3)
Committing a War Crime
“in that they between 27th October 1943 and 30th October 1944 at the Headquarters of the Kowloon District Kempei tai the accused Omura Kiyoshi as the Warrant Officer in charge of the Special Branch of the Kowloon District K.T. and the accused Nashida Masato and Kawazumi Jun as members of the said Special Branch were, in violation of the laws and usages of war, concerned in the illtreatment of civilian residents of Hong Kong and in particular of Mrs. John Siew, Walter Fong Ching, Hui Shu Pui, Ng Yau Hing, Warren Chin Fen, Ng Tai Hing, Ng Wei Chuen, Chung Shuet Ying, Kandhara Singh, Ng Wai Kee, Yeung Heung and Tang Ho Leung

Third Charge (against D3)
Committing a War crime
“in that he between 20 Dec 1944 and 31 Jan 1945 at the Taipo Gendarmerie (a sub-station of the Kowloon district Kem-peitai) was, in violation of the laws and usages of war, concerned in the illtreatment of civilian residents of the New Territories and in particular of Cheng Kwai, Lam Kiu Wai, Lam Chung Sik, Lam Wah, Lam Ying Yuen, Cheung Fuk Yin, Chung Chik Hung, Lam Tin Kau, Cheng Po and Lam Shui Ki causing them physical sufering in consequence of which the said Lam Tin Kau, Cheng Po and Lam Shui Ki died.

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Citation

“WO235/1112,” Hong Kong's War Crimes Trials Collection, accessed May 21, 2018, http://hkwctc.lib.hku.hk/items/show/83.

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