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[12.9. Tai Po, Mong Kok] Demonstrators block the road, riot police repeatedly disperse a once-fired pepperball gun

2019-12-09T16:58:55.720Z

On December 9, netizens launched a "junior strike" operation in the morning, with sporadic conflicts. Even at night, demonstrators in Tai Po District suddenly blocked Tai Wo Road with debris, and riot police arrived on the scene to clear up the scene, which led to clashes between police and civilians. Demonstrators also gathered in Mong Kok, and riot police came to the scene many times. [0050] Mong Kok: A South Asian man suspected of failing to obey the police officer's instructions and left the designated area. He was pushed away from Langham Place Theatre by a police officer and forcibly pushed to Shandong Street. During this period, the rescuers and reporters were obliged to come forward to assist and Nan Yahan took it away, but some police officers were very emotional, and suddenly sent a number of suspected pepper shots to the crowd. [0035] Mong Kok: Demonstrators once again blocked their roads on Nathan Road with bamboo sticks and riot police arrived again. [0020] Mong Kok: The riot police arrived again and held up the blue flag. The demonstrators stepped back in the direction of Prince Edward and Yau Ma Tei. The policeman once chased with a pepperball gun and boarded the police car again. [0015] Tai Po: After police officers boarded and departed, demonstrators once again used ice cream cones, trash cans, and bicycles to block roads on Taihe Road. [0010] Mong Kok: Another riot police arrived on alert and left afterwards. Demonstrators still gathered at the scene. [0002] A man wearing a "Member of Parliamentary Supervisor" issued a broadcast to urge the police to stop provoking the public. [2357] The situation around Taihe Road was calm, but two suspicious gunshots were heard suddenly, and several riot police rushed out. Some protesters were dissatisfied with saying, "A complete incident happened, and you did not fire a tear gas!" But the scene was not Seeing smoke, the news said that the two rounds were rubber bullets. [2345] Demonstrators also gathered around Mong Kok. The riot police arrived at the scene but left later, and the scene was generally calm.



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Written by: Lin Zhenhua

2019-12-09 21:16

Last updated: 2019-12-10 00:53

On December 9, netizens launched a "junior strike" operation in the morning, with sporadic conflicts. Even at night, demonstrators in Tai Po District suddenly blocked Tai Wo Road with debris, and riot police arrived on the scene to clear up the scene, which led to clashes between police and civilians. Demonstrators also gathered in Mong Kok, and riot police came to the scene many times.

[0050] Mong Kok: A South Asian man suspected of failing to obey the police officer's instructions and left the designated area. He was pushed away from Langham Place Theatre by a police officer and forcibly pushed to Shandong Street. During this period, the rescuers and reporters were obliged to come forward to assist and Nan Yahan took it away, but some police officers were very emotional, and suddenly sent a number of suspected pepper shots to the crowd.

[0035] Mong Kok: Demonstrators once again blocked their roads on Nathan Road with bamboo sticks and riot police arrived again.

[0020] Mong Kok: The riot police arrived again and held up the blue flag. The demonstrators stepped back in the direction of Prince Edward and Yau Ma Tei. The policeman once chased with a pepperball gun and boarded the police car again.

[0015] Tai Po: After police officers boarded and departed, demonstrators once again used ice cream cones, trash cans, and bicycles to block roads on Taihe Road.

[0010] Mong Kok: Another riot police arrived on alert and left afterwards. Demonstrators still gathered at the scene.

[0002] A man wearing a "Member of Parliamentary Supervisor" issued a broadcast to urge the police to stop provoking the public.

[2357] The situation around Taihe Road was calm, but two suspicious gunshots were heard suddenly, and several riot police rushed out. Some protesters were dissatisfied with saying, "A complete incident happened, and you did not fire a tear gas!" But the scene was not Seeing smoke, the news said that the two rounds were rubber bullets.

[2345] Demonstrators also gathered around Mong Kok. The riot police arrived at the scene but left later, and the scene was generally calm.

[2322] Some people cast glass in the center of Tai Po, and the debris was scattered.

[2315] Some people continued to throw objects at high altitudes. The police fell off Taihe Road to expel the masses, intercepted some people in black, and returned to the flyover later.

[2250] The police raised a blue flag on the Taihe Road flyover.

[2240] It is understood that an off-duty police officer in Tai Po saw someone blocking the road in Tai Po in the evening. When he stepped forward to prevent friction, he protested with the protesters. After the off-duty period, he notified the police for help. A woman, and the off-duty police officer suffered a skin trauma and was sent to hospital for treatment.

[2137] Someone flew bricks from a height and hit the police officer's shield. Police officers fired multiple pepper-ball guns.

[2135] Many citizens gathered outside the Tai Po Center and confronted the police. Some of them irradiated laser pens.

[2120] Many citizens accused police officers at the Tai Po Centre. Some elders were dissatisfied with the police stationed. The police officer said, "Ah, you talk about removing masks first." How are you? "

[2115] More than a dozen riot police came to the scene to raise orange flags, and the demonstrators dispersed. The police once fired pepperball guns at the overpass and the crowd at the mall. At least one man was intercepted by police.

[2100] Someone is blocking the road in Taihe Road with ice cream cones and bicycles.

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Source: hk1

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