Hong Kong opposition members said police sent undercover agents to destroy shops

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 Hong Kong opposition members said police sent undercover agents to destroy shops


Screenshot of social media of Hong Kong police.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); the police stressed that the police had passed social media and press release on the afternoon of the day of the crime (January 1), and strictly clarified that the police had not committed any illegal act. At a press conference the following day (2 January), the police also reiterated that the destruction of shops was a vice of thugs. The case is now being investigated by the Wan Chai police district serious case team. The police must strictly follow up the case and bring the rioters to justice. Police sent a letter Saturday expressing their strong dissatisfaction with the misleading and irresponsible remarks made by MP Mao Mengjing despite the facts. Source: editor in charge of China News Network: Zhao Yaping, nn9005

Police stressed that on the afternoon of the day of the crime (January 1), the police had strictly clarified through social media and press releases that the police officers had not committed any illegal acts. At a press conference the following day (2 January), the police also reiterated that the destruction of shops was a vice of thugs. The case is now being investigated by the Wan Chai police district serious case team. The police must strictly follow up the case and bring the rioters to justice.

Police sent a letter Saturday expressing their strong dissatisfaction with the misleading and irresponsible remarks made by MP Mao Mengjing despite the facts.