A man speaks to riot police outside Yuen Long station on July 27. The Hong Kong police have borne the brunt not only of the clashes with protesters but also public anger. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong’s police commissioner should have apologised, not Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung

  • The force’s failure to prevent a mob from attacking people at Yuen Long station warranted an apology from the police chief
  • Hong Kong is paying the price of the government not ordering an independent inquiry in the aftermath of Occupy Central
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A man speaks to riot police outside Yuen Long station on July 27. The Hong Kong police have borne the brunt not only of the clashes with protesters but also public anger. Photo: Edmond So
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