To discard the corpse of a 15-year-old girl after raping by the Hong Kong police

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 To discard the corpse of a 15-year-old girl after raping by the Hong Kong police


The picture shows Hong Kong police revealing the disappearance of young girls and debunking rumors.

Oct. 12 (Overseas Network) - Recently, some media and organizations in Hong Kong have escalated the controversy that has tarnished the police force, and incited more and more hostile police. Chen Mou, a 15-year-old girl who disappeared on September 19 and was later found dead in Yautang, was arrested during a recent demonstration. On October 11, the Hong Kong police disclosed the case, exposed the rumors and strongly condemned the sinister intentions of the rumorers.

On the afternoon of September 19, Chen Yanlin, a 15-year-old girl, disappeared after she separated from her friends at the MTR Mobil Station, according to the Hong Kong Wen Daily. On the morning of September 22, a 55 year old man surnamed Liu found a female body while fishing near the Bank of devil mountain. The case was followed up by the criminal investigation team of the East District Police District, and it was later confirmed that Chen Yanlin was missing.

The tragedy of a 15-year-old girl has been used by incitements and enemy police media as a theme to discredit the police, fabricate facts to say that there are many doubts about the cause of her death, and even fabricate that the deceased was raped before killing by the police and abandoned the sea and so on. In this regard, the Hong Kong Police strongly condemned the malicious intentions of rumors, which not only injured the deceased and their families twice, but also deepened the publics misunderstanding of the police force.

Jiang Yongxiang, acting Chief Police Officer of the Public Relations Section of the Hong Kong Police, said at a police press conference on November 11 that he was in a heavy mood: This is a tragedy. I need to take into account personal privacy and the feelings of the owners and their families. It is not good to talk too much, but to understand the recent social atmosphere, such suicides will arouse public concern and I will achieve a balance.

The picture shows the Hong Kong Police Press Conference on October 11.

Jiang Yongxiang pointed out that according to forensic anatomy, CCTV footage and the owners travel record, the police learned that she was missing on September 19. As the owner had reported his disappearance, his family did not report it until September 21. The next day, the body of the owner was found at the sea of Tseung Kwan O. Preliminary autopsy reports showed that there were no suspicious wounds or signs of sexual assault on the body surface of the deceased, but the coroner said that the cause of death remained to be determined.

At the same time, the police and the family of the victim know that there is no doubt about the death of the victim and his background, which involves privacy and is inconvenient to disclose too much. Police also found that the deceased had left his personal belongings on campus on the night of September 19 and walked barefoot toward the seaside park, according to CCTV footage of the school. The police initially believed that the case was not suspicious, so it was not suspicious to announce the cause of death.

Jiang Yongxiang pointed out at the press conference that the recent social atmosphere in Hong Kong has aroused widespread public concern about such suicide cases. There are many false news and fragments on the Internet, including frequent claims that demonstrators were killed by the police, then abandoned the body in the sea, or dealt with the body in different ways. These are false accusations, baseless, and ignore the feelings of the family and friends of the deceased. Our second injury.

Jiang Yongxiang lamented: These extremely irresponsible remarks not only helped to deal with the social dilemma, but also deepened the misunderstanding of the police force, further tearing the society apart, and the rumorers were evil-minded.

The picture shows Zhang Baoyue, Inspector General of the Family Conflict and Sexual Violence Policy Unit of the Hong Kong Police

In fact, more than once such cases have been incited to violence as a tool to discredit the police force, and the absurdity of lies is beyond reason. At first, there was no missing person as the theme to discredit police homicide. Later, there were as many as three rumors of police homicide and abandonment of corpses in September. Earlier, at a dialogue at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on the evening of the 10th, a Chinese university girl claimed that she had been sexually assaulted by police officers at the Xinwuling detention center after being arrested by the police. Later, she changed her mind to say that she had been subjected to sexual violence at Kwai Chung Police Station. In response, the Hong Kong police said at a press conference on November 11 that they attached great importance to the allegation. The police opened an investigation on the morning of November 11 and tried to contact the victim. However, they were unable to reach the victim at present, and the complaint police department had not received any complaints about sexual violence in the Xinwuling detention centre and Kwai Chung police station. The police advised the university to accompany the victim to the police station for a complaint investigation, and pleaded with the owner and other persons who could provide information to provide evidence for the police to find out the truth. Source: Author of Overseas Network: Zhu Huiyue, Editor-in-Charge: Su Honghong_NBJ9980

In fact, more than once such cases have been incited to violence as a tool to discredit the police force, and the absurdity of lies is beyond reason. At first, there was no missing person as the theme to discredit police homicide. Later, there were as many as three rumors of police homicide and abandonment of corpses in September.

Earlier, at a dialogue at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on the evening of the 10th, a Chinese university girl claimed that she had been sexually assaulted by police officers at the Xinwuling detention center after being arrested by the police. Later, she changed her mind to say that she had been subjected to sexual violence at Kwai Chung Police Station.

In response, the Hong Kong police said at a press conference on the 11th that they attached great importance to the allegation. An investigation was launched on the morning of the 11th and an attempt was made to reach the victim. However, the victim has not yet been contacted, and the complaint police department has not received any complaints about sexual violence at the new house ridge detention center and Kwai Chung police station.

The police advised the university to accompany the victims to the police station to investigate the complaints, and urged the victim and other people who could provide information to provide evidence for the police to find out the truth.