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

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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