[907] Hong Kong Police use excessive force on arrested kids in Tai Po Market station


Kneel down! Kneel down! Get lost! We are reporters! We have press badge! I can’t see it It was reversed – Get lost then!
– Step back! – Reports step back! – Don’t step across police line!
– Don’t ever touch me! Shut the fuck up! Hold your fucking hands behind your head! Can you fucking listen? Stop challenging police I just pass-by here, how come I did challenged you? Now I allow you to film, ok? Can I ask you when did I cross your police line? Don’t you dare try to confuse me! Stop playing with your phone! Can I ask you when did I cross your police line? I warned you so many times don’t ever try to interrupt police work! How come I interrupt you? I now give you a clear instruction – You, step back, here, ok? Where? I pointed it, here, do you understand? Does that mean I can’t even walk around here? I can’t walk around? I am standing here all along outside the police line! Work inside!

26 thoughts on “[907] Hong Kong Police use excessive force on arrested kids in Tai Po Market station

  1. Damn. #freedom these arent protest. This is a civil uprising. They are fighting for freedom against the CCP. The police are communist boot lickers or actual chinese mainlanders. They cant stop now. They have them all on facial recognition. They will be hunted down, win or lose.

    They will need international intervention to beat the chinese communist government. I think the people of china are good. But the ccp is evil.

  2. What kind of retard talk back to police in the middle of a mission and expect a conversation? The reporter, if he even is one is lucky he wasn't arrested along with the hooligans!

  3. Please share, let all the people around the world know Hong Kong people are attack by the police fouce. They also not allow press to report or taking photo on site. We have been terrorist attack by the police over three months.

  4. I call it gentle force. They are lucky they still have their teeth to eat solid food.

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