Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong
Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong

Hong Kong police have 35 days to respond to legal action for the disclosure of ingredients in tear gas used in protests

  • High Court says police must respond to opposition politician’s application for details on the tear gas they used in his constituency
  • Ted Hui is planning to use the information to challenge the legality, reasonableness and proportionality of police use of the weapon

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong
Riot police fire tear gas at protesters as they retreat to Connaught Road in Central during a march against the extradition bill in July last year. Photo: SCMP/Felix Wong
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