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Hong Kong Police Accused Of Inaction After Triad Attacks On Pro-Democracy Protesters

WorldNews Monday, 22 July 2019
Hong Kong Police Accused Of Inaction After Triad Attacks On Pro-Democracy ProtestersProtesters and lawmakers in Hong Kong came forward on Monday to accuse the police of standing by while groups of men dressed in white attacked both protesters and commuters on Sunday night in Yoho Mall, a shopping center connected to the mass transit station, according to The Guardian. Video taken by journalists and commuters showed dozens of men wearing white t-shirts and white masks storming the train station while beating passengers with rods, brooms, and other objects. Witnesses said the group targeted mostly pro-democracy protesters, but also injured a pregnant woman and one woman holding an infant. Pro-democracy lawmaker Ray Chan tweeted: “Hong Kong has 1 of the world’s highest cop to...
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Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas as protesters moved towards police lines.

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