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The Straits Times
A-G to argue in WSJA case

ATTORNEY-GENERAL Walter Woon (above) will be in the High Court today to argue that the publisher of the Wall Street Journal Asia (WSJA) is guilty of contempt of court.

The Government is accusing Dow Jones Publishing (Asia) - which owns and publishes the WSJA - and Hong Kong-based editors Daniel Hertzberg and Christine Glancey of contempt over three articles published in June and July this year.

But Mr Hertzberg and Ms Glancey have applied to set aside the service of the court summons on them, said a spokesman for the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC).

 

 


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