How an eye patch became a symbol of the Hong Kong protests

How an eye patch became a symbol of the Hong Kong protests
How an eye patch became a symbol of the Hong Kong protests
A woman was shot in the eye on August 11th. During ongoing protest in Hong Kong, she was hit with a projectile that some speculate with a bean bag fired by police images of her bloodied right eye became a symbol in the violent clashes between authorities and government protesters. Since the incident and eye for an eye on protesters at Hong Kong, International Airport have been heard, chanting return the I seen your Chinese officers said they were chore, how the woman was injured and could not promised that she would not be charged with rioting. The protests and Hong Kong began in March 2019, triggered by now suspended plans to allow extradition to Mainland China are demanding the Bills full withdrawal. They also want an independent inquiry into police actions toward protesters greater democracy arrested in clashes with police
A woman was shot in the eye with a projectile on Aug. 11 during ongoing protests in Hong Kong. The protests began in March 2019, triggered by now-suspended plans to allow extraditions to mainland China. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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