A police officer asks member of the public to move away during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong on September 6, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
A police officer asks member of the public to move away during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong on September 6, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa

Letters | Hong Kong protests and police action: don’t jump the gun

  • It is fair to expect restraint from police when insults are being hurled, but quite another matter when it’s bricks and petrol bombs that are being lobbed

A police officer asks member of the public to move away during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong on September 6, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
A police officer asks member of the public to move away during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong on September 6, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
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