HKSAR Independent Commission Against Corruption

Legislators visit ICAC and the Three Rickies
ICAC, 23-Sep-2016
...and the current ICAC Commissioner Simon Peh "reiterated that ceasing the acting arrangement of an individual officer [Rebecca Li] had absolutely nothing to do with any investigations [of C Y Leung's payments from UGL]". This is getting UGLy.
Ricky Yau Shu Chun changes his mind, stays at ICAC
ICAC, 29-Jul-2016
So there are now a trio of Rickies at the top of the ICAC - that's tricky!
Ricky Yau Shu Chun quits ICAC, prompts reshuffle
ICAC, 29-Jul-2016
Rebecca Li Bo Lan leaves ICAC, Ricky Yau Shu Chun appointed acting Head of Operations
ICAC, 7-Jul-2016
She was appointed as acting Head of Operations less than a year ago, on 17-Jul-2015.
Tom Lee Music practices not fair play
We look behind an ICAC prosecution of music teachers and find bad practices at the tax-exempt Tom Lee Music Foundation, which requires its teachers to exclusively push products for Tom Lee Music Company. (28-Feb-2016)
Superworth International Ltd & others v ICAC
HK Court of Appeal, 6-Nov-2015
ICAC announces directorate appointments
ICAC, 17-Jul-2015
Ex-MVA enumerator sentenced for fraud over ICAC annual survey
ICAC, 13-Jan-2015
Sidney Chau Foo Cheong v ICAC
HK Court of First Instance, 10-Nov-2014
Mr Chau, former head of security at HK Airport, succeeds in getting some documents back, claiming legal professional privilege.
Ex-MVA enumerator charged with fraud over ICAC annual survey
ICAC, 5-Nov-2014
It takes some gall to fake the results of ICAC survey questionnaires on corruption!
Nine in court for alleged HK$437.5k student loan fraud
ICAC, 22-Aug-2014
Sloppy work by the ICAC's PR department. They fail to define SFAA (it's the Student Financial Assistance Agency of the HK Government) and they fail to say what the NTL scheme is. It is the Non-means-tested Loan scheme, which in any case should be defined as "NML" or "NMTL".
A v ICAC: costs
HK Court of Final Appeal, 11-Jan-2013
HK Court of Final Appeal, 13-Nov-2012
We suspect this will be a high-profile case. The ICAC is investigating an alleged conspiracy, involving the Chairman of a "Hong Kong company", to offer bribes in HK to an overseas public official (probably from mainland China). "A" has just lost his case that he should not have to co-operate with the investigation, to avoid self-incrimination. In an earlier judgment on 28-Jan-2010, "B" lost his case that the law didn't apply to overseas officials. High-powered barristers were employed, including a London QC. Who are A, B, and the Chairman, and whom were the conspirators allegedly conspiring to bribe?
Twenty-one arrested for alleged graft over supply of ice to restaurants
ICAC, 7-Nov-2012
A spokesperson said that this was a cold case until officers spotted the suspects and shouted "freeze".
ICAC and DoJ to LegCo: please can we have some money to prosecute Rafael Hui & the Kwoks?
HK Legislative Council, 7-Nov-2012
So what happens if LegCo says no? Would this amount to perverting the course of justice?

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