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A man who crashed into a police motorcycle became the first case of the National Security Act charged with inciting others to split the country and commit terrorist acts

2020-07-03T09:58:30.389Z

On the first July 1st return date of the entry into force of the National Security Act of the Hong Kong District, the FDC’s application for protest was opposed by the police, but a large number of people still participated in the demonstration on Hong Kong Island that day. The police finally arrested 370 people, including 6 men and 4 women suspected of violating the “Hong Kong The Ou Guoan Law, in which 5 men and 4 women have been granted bail pending investigation, must report to the police in late July. The 24-year-old male driver who drove the motorcycle to the police line of defense was formally charged this afternoon for violating the Minato City National Security Act. He was temporarily charged with one crime of inciting others to split the country and one crime of terrorist activity. The case was handled by the newly-established National Security Office of the police and appeared in the West Kowloon Bay Court in the afternoon.



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Written by: Deng Bailiang

2020-07-03 15:45

Date of last update: 2020-07-03 15:45

On the first July 1st return date of the entry into force of the National Security Act of the Hong Kong District, the FDC’s application for protest was opposed by the police, but a large number of people still participated in the demonstration on Hong Kong Island that day. The police finally arrested 370 people, including 6 men and 4 women suspected of violating the “Hong Kong The Ou Guoan Law, in which 5 men and 4 women have been granted bail pending investigation, must report to the police in late July.

The 24-year-old male driver who drove the motorcycle to the police line of defense was formally charged this afternoon for violating the Minato City National Security Act. He was temporarily charged with one crime of inciting others to split the country and one crime of terrorist activity. The case was handled by the newly-established National Security Office of the police and appeared in the West Kowloon Bay Court in the afternoon.

At 3 pm on the same day, a 24-year-old man drove an orange-red motorcycle with the banner of "Recovering Hong Kong, the Revolution of the Times" at the rear of Jaffe Road in Wan Chai near Kobrian Road, suspecting of rushing towards the riot police's defense line. Turn right on Jaffe Road to Cycling Road, and stop at Kobrian Road where several riot police officers stopped and arrested their uniforms. The online footage captured several riot police officers trying to block motorcycles on the road at the time. The motorcycle did not stop. Some police officers were knocked off and fell to the ground. The motorcycle driver fell to the ground afterwards. . The incident resulted in injuries to the hands and knees of three police officers. The male driver was arrested for driving violently and violating the Minato City Security Act.

July 1st Parade | A man with a motorcycle who inserted the "Recovering Hong Kong" flag was involved in a violation of the Hong Kong version of the National Security Law and is still in hospital

July 1st Parade | Police detained 47 people involved in illegal assembly and other 4 cases 17-year-old student hid a petrol bomb on Friday

July 1st Parade | 3 customs officers involved in the illegal assembly of the arrested director Deng Yihai were furious

July 1st Hong Kong version of the National Security Law

Source: hk1

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