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Chinese Triads involved in 'pitched battle' in Manchester City centre, court hears



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A ferocious episode of violence involving ‘Chinese Triads’ left six men seriously injured, a jury has been told.

Friction between two factions led to a ‘pitched battle’ in Chinatown after a stand-off in the K2 karaoke bar, at George Street in the city centre, Manchester Crown Court heard.

Michael Choung is among nine men who have gone on trial accused of being involved in the fighting.

Mr Choung faces the most serious charges. It is alleged that he stabbed two men in the brawl before ‘going to ground’ for two years.

His pal, Pedro Lo, is alleged to have knifed others, and is wanted by police.

When Mr Choung was arrested by detectives this year he claimed the brawl erupted after he and his friends crossed paths with members of a ‘Chinese Triad organisation called the Wo Shing Wo’ during a night out.

Mr Choung claimed that he and his friends acted in self-defence and had expected they would be attacked because of ‘previous incidents’ involving the Wo Shing Wo.

Rick Holland, prosecuting, said: “In particular, Mr Choung said he had been approached by members of that organisation who demanded that he join their group and pay for the privilege. Threats were issued as to what would happen if he declined the offer.”

The defendants in the trial include men said to be linked to both groups involved in the October 16, 2010 fight.

Detectives have spent hours scouring footage from CCTV cameras which had a ‘bird’s eye view’ of the chaos, the court heard.

The prosecution say that regardless of the background, all the men in the dock were ‘willing participants’ in the violence, but were now ‘seeking to cloak themselves in the law of self-defence’.

It is alleged that group described by Mr Choung as the ‘Wo Shing Wo’ was led by a man called Alan Chan.

The court heard that in the moments before the violence erupted, Mr Chan shouted at the other group: “I’ve run the streets of Manchester for over ten years – who do you think you are?”
In the fifty seconds of ‘intense’ violence that followed, members of the two groups kicked and punched and charged at one another in the path of moving traffic, six men were stabbed or slashed, one was attacked with a crook-lock, and another was hit a ‘glancing blow’ by a 4x4.

One of the men allegedly knifed by Michael Chuong was treated in a high dependency unit, another suffered internal bleeding and was left critically ill.

Opening the case, Mr Holland said: “Chinatown is right regarded as a flourishing asset to this city – however some little time ago it was the venue for a pitched battle between two groups of men who engaged in a short-lived but ferocious episode of violence that left six seriously injured.”

Mr Choung, 29, of Park Road South, Prenton, Merseyside, denies violent disorder, wounding with intent, and possessing a bladed article.

Siu Hang Yeung, 23 of Brailsford Road, Fallowfield, Hiu Yeung, 24, of Addenbrook Road, Cheetham, Wai Kai Wong, 27, of Nethercote Avenue, Wythenshawe, Yik Fung Ng, 24, of Lawnhurst Avenue, Wythenshawe, Chung Hin Chang, 27, of Melville Street, Salford, Chi Yuen Li, 38, of Mosley Common Road, Worsley, Khieng Lau, 27, of Naylor Street, Miles Platting, and Kevin Lau, 23, of Great Arbor Street, Middleton, all deny violent disorder.
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