Reverend seeking to file visa application on behalf of Taiwan murder suspect snubbed by Taipei’s local office, source says

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A reverend helping a Hong Kong murder suspect wanted in Taiwan went to Taipei’s representative office in Hong Kong on Wednesday to apply for a visa on his behalf, but the application was not accepted, a source has told the Post.The Anglican pastor, Peter Koon Ho-ming, acknowledged visiting the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, but maintained it was for “private matters”. Images published in local media, however, showed him carrying an application form bearing the suspect’s name, Chan Tong…

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