Pepper spray is used against protesters on June 12 in scenes triggering calls for an independent inquiry into what happened. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pepper spray is used against protesters on June 12 in scenes triggering calls for an independent inquiry into what happened. Photo: Sam Tsang

Independent inquiry into clashes during Hong Kong extradition bill protests would reveal whether ‘foreign forces’ involved, says pro-establishment figure backing statutory probe

  • James Tien is latest to support calls for full inquiry into June 12 violence between police and protesters
  • Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam also told to take responsibility and step down for bungled handling of crisis

Pepper spray is used against protesters on June 12 in scenes triggering calls for an independent inquiry into what happened. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pepper spray is used against protesters on June 12 in scenes triggering calls for an independent inquiry into what happened. Photo: Sam Tsang
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