Alan Lau (centre), then the deputy police commissioner, at a police parade in November 2018. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong police dismiss online rumours of immediate mass arrests of protesters at this weekend’s anti-government rallies

  • Senior officers deny internet speculation that police will arrest protesters and charge them with rioting
  • But the Post has learned of a police plan to mobilise more than 3,000 officers for security at a rally in Victoria Park on Sunday
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Alan Lau (centre), then the deputy police commissioner, at a police parade in November 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
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