How Undercover Officers in Hong Kong Launched a Bloody Crackdown | Visual Investigations
How Undercover Officers in Hong Kong Launched a Bloody Crackdown | Visual Investigations How Undercover Officers in Hong Kong Launched a Bloody Crackdown | Visual InvestigationsBangkok, 2019 anti-government protests in Hong Kong or winding down to the day, then, just before 10 p.m. one street erupted into chaos. Men in black t-shirts rushed in tackling people and beating them with the times they were dressed just like the protesters, but I turned out to be police officers in the footage from that night, 223 year old child. He was brutally pinned to the ground. Now he’s telling a story: for the first time, 15 people were arrested and several suffered serious injuries, ranging from a brain hemorrhage to Broken Bones. We examined video footage and spoke to over a dozen Witnesses and experts is a man arrested, agreed to tell us their stories, helping paint a vivid picture of what happened that night. They wore masks to conceal their identities Chow as to only use his first name in the other two as to use their nicknames, all of them retaliation from government supporters. Hong Kong police have been accused of using excessive force since protests began in June, and this incident is one example of the conduct that has infuriated citizens driving calls for an independent investigation on Blue Tai Chi.. In the footage from that night we see child here. He appears to try to break up a fight between a group of people who all look like protesters. Then Riot police intervene, Chow is pushed to the ground, a group of Men In Black and police officers uniforms around him. Three of them pin him down. We see one undercover officer kneeling on his head, while another in uniform hits him in the face with a bateau. What is 1 Gallardo lost his two front teeth and had to have stitches on his eyelids and knows. Video of his arrest went viral and caused widespread outrage. Still police defended their use of force targeting what they referred to as a core group of violent Riders, but the three men we spoke to said they didn’t know each other and protests in the area attended hours before the incident we’re getting ready to leave when they Were attacked, I always dream. Seems over and over again, and I just can’t sleep government groups the gang’s until I’m on the ground and they put handcuffs on me before asking so many times.. You guys played and I got no replies in the foot in the back. Just off the main road she tries to run, but two men and black knock him down and hit him with batons to just came and he stepped on my face. Then he take me on left eye. According to Hong Kong police guidelines, officers must identify themselves before making a rest. Simply don’t know whether these guys are police officer. Whether they have to K says he too suffered a severe injury. Nose bleeds almost everyday. It even happened once after one of our interviews with him. After the arrest, the men were taking here 25 miles north to this migrant detention center and sunroof Lane close to the border with mainland China. There is a lot of different rooms and is full of protesters inside in my room. They all ended me as well, and I’m bleeding child was in the room with k and legal assistants to the group. Did that night, including the three men we talked to? Meanwhile, lawyers have been waiting just outside the Detention Center able to see the first few of them wealthy. Please have done explaining violating the rights of Arrested person. His case is still ongoing, actually really go out now. Xi’An Chow, with charged with participating in an illegal assembly which can lead to up to three years in prison child says he still struggles with memories of that night and the uncertainty of. What’S ahead. On Aug. 11, undercover officers in Hong Kong infiltrated crowds and severely beat protesters. We examined footage from that night and, for the first time, three men injured by the police told us their stories, painting a vivid picture of what happened.
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