Overseas network, Jan. 7 (Xinhua) from today (7) in the early morning, whether on Facebook or in the even on the forum, the mob gathered together to discuss one thing: the brave faction announced a full exit, the brave team also appeared a wave of dissolution. This is the first time since the practice storm broke out in Hong Kong that the brave military sect has exited! According to Hong Kong media, brave exit shows that the first brother of the Hong Kong Police Force has achieved success in taking office.
A sense of pessimism began to pervade the whole social network early this morning, Hong Kong News Network reported Thursday, and quickly spread across the whole social network - bravery has completely retired. At 0.52, a suspected brave wrote in his facebook to express his regret for half a year, in which he announced that he would officially withdraw from the torch team of brave. This is just one of the posts of brave exit. In fact, as of 4 p.m. this afternoon, there are more than 100 discussion posts about exit in one day. The whole forum is full of pessimism
Others have said Im sorry to the rioters, so I have to quit first.
There are also prophecy posts, for example, some people discuss that in recent months, the bravery will disband a team.
Source: Hong Kong News Network
In addition, according to the analysis of Hong Kong online media, brave exit shows that the first brother of the Hong Kong Police Force has achieved success in taking office. Since Deng Bingqiang, the new police commissioner, took office on November 19 last year, the morale of the Hong Kong Police Force has soared, the polices law enforcement efforts have given them more and more initiative, and more and more arrested rioters have led to a lack of blood supply for bravery, which has greatly damaged the vitality of the rioters.
There are also netizens speculate that the reason for leaving is two words: no money. According to Hong Kong media reports earlier, on December 19, 2019, Chen Weiji, acting senior police chief of the wealth investigation unit of the Hong Kong drug investigation division, said that today (19), Hong Kong police broke a money laundering group, frozen about 70 million Hong Kong dollars (Hong Kong dollars, the same below), and arrested three men and one woman in the operation. Hong Kong police said they suspected it was related to spark alliance, an online platform that raised money to support violence.