Sergeant Lau Chak-kei became a celebrated figure in mainland China after he raised a shotgun at Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters at Kwai Chung in July. Photo: Reuters
Sergeant Lau Chak-kei became a celebrated figure in mainland China after he raised a shotgun at Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters at Kwai Chung in July. Photo: Reuters

Pan-democrat lawmakers hit out at police officer for comments on social media against Hong Kong government and judiciary officials

  • Lawmakers write to Secretary for the Civil Service Joshua Law, claiming Sergeant Lau Chak-kei gave ‘political speech’ and breached code
  • Police and Civil Service Bureau choose not to comment on the case but say their staff enjoy the same rights as any other Hongkonger

Sergeant Lau Chak-kei became a celebrated figure in mainland China after he raised a shotgun at Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters at Kwai Chung in July. Photo: Reuters
Sergeant Lau Chak-kei became a celebrated figure in mainland China after he raised a shotgun at Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters at Kwai Chung in July. Photo: Reuters
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