Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung of the force’s public relations at police headquarters on August 20. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong police dismiss accusations of excessive force at Prince Edward MTR station and obstructing press during bus arrests in Kowloon Bay

  • Officials defend police conduct as number arrested since protest crisis broke out on June 9 reaches 1,183 people
  • At separate press conference, two Hongkongers arrested at Prince Edward MTR station accuse police of using excessive force
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Chief Superintendent Tse Chun-chung of the force’s public relations at police headquarters on August 20. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Police in riot gear restrain a protester outside the Legislative Council building in June. Photo: Felix Wong

‘Five key demands, not one less’: Hong Kong protesters make clear that Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s bill withdrawal is not enough

  • Protest camp unsatisfied by government move to scrap extradition bill – a move that came after 1,183 arrests
  • Many take to social media, reminding comrades not to end citywide protest movement until all demands are met
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Police in riot gear restrain a protester outside the Legislative Council building in June. Photo: Felix Wong
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