Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP

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Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong citizens have a right to know whether the Occupy protesters fought purely on ideological grounds, or if they were being used to subvert the nation. Photo: AFP
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