There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse
There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse
Law

Hong Kong police facing High Court challenge over officer’s ‘Jesus’ comment during extradition bill protest

  • The legal action is first against police for its handling of last week’s demonstrations
  • Alleged remark directed at group of clerical figures attending June 12 protest

Topic |   Law
There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse
There has been widespread criticism of police conduct at this month’s protests, but an officer’s alleged ‘Jesus’ comment in the first to find its way to the courts. Photo: May Tse
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