Protesters demonstrate at Yuen Long police station the day after a group of thugs attacked passengers in a train station. Photo: Felix Wong
Protesters demonstrate at Yuen Long police station the day after a group of thugs attacked passengers in a train station. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong police deny accusation they colluded with thugs who attacked passengers at train station, as one lawmaker calls incident ‘terrorism’

  • Protesters question why it took officers so long to arrive at site of violent attacks and want to know why no one was arrested
  • Chief Superintendent John Tse says delay does not equal collusion and numbers involved meant first police on scene had to wait for backup

Protesters demonstrate at Yuen Long police station the day after a group of thugs attacked passengers in a train station. Photo: Felix Wong
Protesters demonstrate at Yuen Long police station the day after a group of thugs attacked passengers in a train station. Photo: Felix Wong
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