Hong Kong protester ‘raincoat man’ wrote note blaming government, took out life insurance ahead of fatal fall, inquest hears

May 11, 2021 | INVESTING

A Hong Kong protester who came to prominence after falling to his death in the early days of the 2019 social unrest left behind a note saying he had lost hope in the city and blamed the government for pushing him to jump, an inquest has heard.The Coroner’s Court also learned on Tuesday that Marco Leung Ling-kit – known as “raincoat man” for the yellow outfit he was wearing when he appeared at the top of a set of scaffolding to post an anti-extradition bill message – had purchased life insurance…

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