Hong Kong riot police arrest protesters following clashes during an anti-extradition bill march in September. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong police ‘systematically infringed’ human rights of protest arrestees, local group argues in report destined for UN

  • Civil Rights Observer, which interviewed 45 arrestees, suggests force may have violated international treaties against torture
  • One man told the group he was beaten with batons and had his head repeatedly slammed into the door of a police van, necessitating a hospital trip
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong riot police arrest protesters following clashes during an anti-extradition bill march in September. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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