Police have complained about being verbally abused by members of the public after extradition bill clashes during which they shot tear gas, rubber bullets and beanbag rounds at protesters. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong police quit posts at two city hospitals after complaining they were verbally abused over extradition bill arrests

  • Tensions have reached boiling point with officers claiming they have been subjected to online hate campaign
  • Lawmaker accuses force of putting retaliation above interests of general public
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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Police have complained about being verbally abused by members of the public after extradition bill clashes during which they shot tear gas, rubber bullets and beanbag rounds at protesters. Photo: Sam Tsang
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