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November Parade | Netizens gathered in Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun in "Operation Moonlight" in multiple districts to stop and arrest two

2020-10-01T15:53:46.776Z

Some netizens launched "Operation Moonlight", urging citizens to go to different locations in many districts, including Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun. However, no one was seen gathering. Riot police officers deployed at Lu Tak Wai and On Ting Village.



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Written by: Ling Yide

2020-10-01 21:19

Last update date: 2020-10-01 21:19

Some netizens launched "Operation Moonlight", urging citizens to go to different locations in many districts, including Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun. However, no one was seen gathering. Riot police officers deployed at Lu Tak Wai and On Ting Village. Those present at the scene included reporters, internet media reporters and volunteer first responders were taken to the police car.

Police officers intercepted two Internet media reporters, one of whom (in white) was taken into a police car.

(Photo by Yu Junliang)

Some netizens launched the "Moon Eve Operation" in the Telegram group, starting at 5 pm, urging the public to go to different locations in many districts, including Tsuen Wan Lu Tak Wai and Tsuen Wan Park, Tuen Mun Anding Village and Youai Village, etc., until 6 pm, The reporter did not see any gathering of citizens in Luther Wai.

Riot police officers intercepted and searched suspicious persons in Luther Wai. Later, they pulled up an orange belt to enclose those present, including reporters. Two men were later locked on a cable and arrested, and a male online media reporter was also taken Get on the police car.

A "Real Time News" reporter who was released after being intercepted for investigation stated that he saw someone being intercepted and approached for filming, and was intercepted by police officers less than one minute later, without prior warning. He thought the police approach was absurd. , He also alleged that the male reporter who was taken into the police car was taken away because he was under 16 years old.

And near the Rural Committee Road in Anding Village, police officers also pulled up a cordon to intercept the people present, including reporters, and a volunteer first responder wearing a reflective suit was taken into a police car.

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