Riot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: ReutersRiot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: Reuters
Riot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Hong Kong protesters may have broken the law but police misconduct threatens its very foundation

  • While lawyer Edwin Choy would like the legal profession to be more vocal in condemning protesters, he effaces the failures of the institutions entrusted with upholding the rule of law

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: ReutersRiot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: Reuters
Riot police clash with anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Causeway Bay on October 6. Photo: Reuters
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