People gather around a makeshift memorial outside an entrance to Prince Edward MTR station, amid rumours that protesters died in the station on August 31. Photo: AFP

Lessons Hong Kong police must learn as rumours of deaths at Prince Edward MTR station persist

  • Police should let reporters do their jobs if they want to nip wild rumours in the bud
  • To rebuild trust between the police and the public, several independent commissions of inquiry into police conduct could be appointed to deal with specific incidents
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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People gather around a makeshift memorial outside an entrance to Prince Edward MTR station, amid rumours that protesters died in the station on August 31. Photo: AFP
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