Weisong, the founder of the Justice League, which supports the Communist regime, died suddenly

Media outlets in Hong Kong reported the death of Bertrand Lee, founder of the Justice League, which supported the Communist party of China. He was 56 years old. His death has been reported to be related to COVID-19 infection.

It was reported that a close friend and member of the MINu Legislative Council, Elizabeth Leung, confirmed the victim’s death to the media. She said she had called the victim’s family members to express her sympathy for him and confirmed that he was no longer present through COVID-19.

I searched through your weisong’s Facebook page. The last post was from Saturday (12th), accusing leung Of being an exile in the USA. On the same morning, she also posted a satire on Lai Zhiying, the founder of Next Media, who is accused of “colluding with foreign countries or foreign forces to endanger national security”. She called for Li to be sent back to China for trial and sentencing as soon as possible, leaving a hashtag that read “This should be reported”, “Poison Hong Kong” and “Support the National Security Law”. Her WhatsApp was last available on Monday morning.

Weisong was known for her support for leung Chun-ying. In particular, leung Kwo-hung from sisG and Chan Chi-chun from People Power. When she ran for the 2016 legislative council, they were shot at at almost every election forum. He is alleged to have received donations totalling HK $22,530 from 9 persons during the 2016 Legislative Council election without providing the donor’s name and address information or a copy of the receipt. He also failed to ensure that the donations were paid to public charities or would not be used for election expenses. After some time claiming that he did not know the donor’s name and address, he was charged with malpractice for failing to comply with the electoral legislation to deal with some election donations. However, in February 2007, he was found no proof of prosecution and signed a contract for hk $2,000 for 18 months.

In addition, he often organized demonstrations and petitions against the common people in the name of sisu. On May 2, 2015, she “jumped out of a plane” in Chater Garden, Central, in the shape of a “student sister”, and stepped on the faces of a group of members of the Pan-civic Legislative Council. However, she has been accused by fellow party members of defaulting on debts of more than 700, 000 yuan and of mismanaging the accounts.

He/she was married on May 5, 2018 to Xieosong jun, then the Deputy Director of Hong Kong Vocational and Technical School (International Education). However, he/she did not find his son present during the wedding. In June this year, her son struck out with Xie, and sent him to hospital for treatment.