The headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton LiThe headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton Li
The headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton Li

Civil servant arrested on suspicion of urging people online to murder Hong Kong police officers

  • The woman, who works for the government’s chief information officer, is said to have provoked violence in discussion forums and on social networking platforms
  • But police say she may end up only facing charge of misconduct in public office, depending on the view of the Department of Justice

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton LiThe headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton Li
The headquarters of the Hong Kong Police Force in Wan Chai. Photo: Warton Li
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