Indonesian journalist Veby Indah’s legal representative Michael Vidler says police violated internationally accepted norms of using weapon by firing from potentially lethal distance and low angle. Photo: Bloomberg

Indonesian journalist shot in the face will request Hong Kong Police to launch criminal probe into incident

  • Veby Indah’s lawyer Michael Vidler says police violated prescribed norms of using weapon by firing from potentially lethal distance and low angle
  • But police Chief Superintendent John Tse defends operation, saying protesters from the scene were throwing petrol bombs at officers
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Indonesian journalist Veby Indah’s legal representative Michael Vidler says police violated internationally accepted norms of using weapon by firing from potentially lethal distance and low angle. Photo: Bloomberg
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