Lawmaker James To, of the Democratic Party, at a Legislative Council meeting, in Admiralty on January 24. To has slammed as “brainless” police notices of intended prosecution to motorists injured after they followed officers’ orders to slow down to stop a car chase. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong police denied the chance to respond to lawmakers on ‘human shield’ chase drivers

Topic |   Traffic and road safety in Hong Kong

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Lawmaker James To, of the Democratic Party, at a Legislative Council meeting, in Admiralty on January 24. To has slammed as “brainless” police notices of intended prosecution to motorists injured after they followed officers’ orders to slow down to stop a car chase. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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