Hong Kong protesters attack suspected undercover cops during violent clashes
Hong Kong protesters attack suspected undercover cops during violent clashes Hong Kong protesters attack suspected undercover cops during violent clashesHave a situation in Hong Kong intensified Tuesday with protesters attacking suspected undercover cops flights at the Hong Kong airport were canceled for the second day in a row, and at least one person was injured during the chaos CBS News correspondent Hannah has the latest from Hong Kong Lights, police told Hong Kong’s International Airport, with pepper spray and Baton. What healthy foods responders reached two injured men, some to find protesters did not retreat, play Caesars officers, baton and turned it on him when he stumbled back and pulled out a gun but accused of being Chinese spice, bleed or offices from mainland China disguised as protested. They were beaten and punched. This man bound with cable ties and left on the ground in a fetal position, eventually emergency, because we’re allowed to take them away. Please have not left the building arriving at people ready to sacrifice themselves in its place, boiling anger and Loathing from Hong Kong. What, if you can see? Hong Kong airport has returns to normal and stay throughout the day and so the airport to cancel. They want to text message internationally, unfortunately, late to tame the perfect violence last night, ethical question: it is indeed brutal. They turned on what is an undercover agent from China, police officer from China, safe who sings very, very ugly indeed tweeted earlier today, that he been informed by us intelligence that the Chinese government is quote in moving troops to the border with Hong Kong. So what is the word there and could this escalate the situation even further say hi. China already has over 5,000 troops stationed in Hong Kong that she does need to move troops to the Border, but they can only intervene in Hong Kong to phase according to Hong Kong itself, and that’s interventions could be anything from disaster relief. Really don’t see. Cho Hong Kong has extremely dangerous and that things are going to a point of no return, including a few days ago, terrorism, Tanya, alright Debora patta in Hong Kong. Thank you. Protesters turned on at least two people they suspected of being undercover cops during violent clashes in Hong Kong. CBS News correspondent Debora Patta spoke with CBSN about the unrest at the airport, where flights were canceled for the second day in a row.