On judgement day, Court No. 7 was jam-packed
with reporters, students, lawyers and others who
wanted to witness this important moment in Hong
Kong's anti-corruption history. After the trial,
hundreds of spectators were still reluctant to leave.
Some of them even climbed up the banyan tree outside
the court hoping to get a better view of what was
happening. The police had to deploy dozens more
officers to stand by and to maintain order.