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Huang Nan-hua

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Huang Nan-hua (黃南華; born c. 1958), also known as Huang Siu-ming (黃小明), is a Chinese man who planned to assassinate Hong Kong pro-democracy figure Martin Lee and media mogul Jimmy Lai in 2008. 2008 assassination attempt In 2008, the 50-year-old Huang Nan-hua planned to assassinate Martin Lee and Jimmy Lai. On 14 August 2008 his plot was foiled by Hong Kong police when he was arrested with a hand gun with 5 rounds of bullets. He was intercepted while riding in a taxi. 2009 disclosure A day before the 20th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests and massacre, leading Hong Kong democrat Martin Lee publicly disclosed Huang's plot. HK media mogul Jimmy Lai, a longtime critic of Beijing and owner of Apple Daily, also revealed he was a target of an assassination attempt. Sentencing Huang was accused of plotting the shooting, and pleaded not guilty to the charge. A seven-member jury convicted Huang of one count of carrying arms and ammu
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