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The eleventh parade. Live | Police: Petrol bombs were thrown on Longxiang Road, leaving black marks on the road

2020-10-01T08:50:40.785Z

Today (October 1) National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival, netizens launched parades and multi-district rallies. The police patrolled high-profile multiple districts and sent water cannon trucks and sharp armed vehicles to guard outside the Central Liaison Office. The police also set up roadblocks at the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel and Shing Mun Tunnel to intercept and conduct traffic congestion. At about 1 pm, the police warned those present in Causeway Bay that they were participating in an illegal assembly and asked them to leave. The riot police raised blue flags several times to disperse, and many shops closed the gates. Nearly 3 in the afternoon, more than 50 people outside SOGO in Causeway Bay were stopped by the police, including two people wearing reflective jackets for reporters. The officers then searched their bodies and checked their ID cards and the press cards of their organizations. At about 3:30 in the afternoon, police officers raised a purple flag to disperse in Causeway Bay.



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2020-10-01 12:47

Last update date: 2020-10-01 16:47

Today (October 1) National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival, netizens launched parades and multi-district rallies. The police patrolled high-profile multiple districts and sent water cannon trucks and sharp armed vehicles to guard outside the Central Liaison Office.

The police also set up roadblocks at the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel and Shing Mun Tunnel to intercept and conduct traffic congestion.

At about 1 pm, the police warned those present in Causeway Bay that they were participating in an illegal assembly and asked them to leave.

The riot police raised blue flags several times to disperse, and many shops closed the gates.

Nearly 3 in the afternoon, more than 50 people outside SOGO in Causeway Bay were stopped by the police, including two people wearing reflective jackets for reporters. The officers then searched their bodies and checked their ID cards and the press cards of their organizations.

At about 3:30 in the afternoon, police officers raised a purple flag to disperse in Causeway Bay.

At about 3:30 in the afternoon, police officers raised a purple flag to disperse in Causeway Bay.

(Photo by Liang Pengwei)

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[1640] The police stated on social networking sites that at about 3 pm, a public witnessed two men throwing petrol bombs and large sundries at Lung Cheung Road near Tianma Garden in Wong Tai Sin.

The police arrived at the scene to deal with the report and found that the road section involved had left traces blackened by flames, fences and ice cream cones.

The police said that there were still a large number of cars driving on the road when the incident occurred. Fortunately, gasoline bombs and debris did not hit the vehicle.

However, the evil behaviors of the rioters have seriously endangered the personal safety of road users and severely damaged social peace.

The police classified the case as an arson and are now searching for evidence around the scene to trace the whereabouts of the suspect.

The police severely condemned the evil acts of the rioters and reiterated that they will never tolerate any illegal acts of violence.

The police must investigate to the end and bring the mob to justice.

[1628] Causeway Bay: A man played "May the glory return to Hong Kong" with a shepherd boy's flute, and the audience sang together.

The police raised another blue flag on East Point Road.

[1618] Causeway Bay: Near Lockhart Road in Sogo, a man in black was lying on the ground. He was still conscious, and a police officer next to him was aware of the incident.

The ambulancemen arrived, put the man on a stretcher bed, and sent him to the hospital for treatment.

Witnesses at the scene said that when the incident happened, a police officer on Lockhart Road rushed to the man and the two fell to the ground together.

[1616] Causeway Bay: The police raised the blue flag in the direction of George Street.

[1606] Causeway Bay: A white-clothed man on Paterson Street was chased, then fell to the ground and was searched by police officers.

The police stopped and searched nearly 50 people in front of Donki on Paterson Street. The officers asked the intercepted persons to show their ID cards.

[1602] Causeway Bay: Nearly 100 people chanted the slogan "Recover Hong Kong's Revolution" in Paterson Street.

[1600] The police stated that a large number of demonstrators gathered near Great George Street in Causeway Bay at 3 pm. Some people had chanted the slogan "Recover Hong Kong's Revolution". They were suspected of inciting or instigating others to split the country, which may be offensive. Related crimes under the Hong Kong National Security Act.

Since then, some demonstrators have walked out of the road, destroying social peace.

The police have issued warnings to the gathered people, clearly stating that their actions have the opportunity to commit crimes under the "Hong Kong National Security Act" and the "Public Security Ordinance", warning them to immediately stop illegal activities and leave.

The police warned the demonstrators to stop illegal activities immediately, and the police must strictly enforce the law.

[1558] Causeway Bay: Crowds gathered on Pak Tak Street chanting the slogan "The Black Police Die Family", and the police officers raised the purple flag again.

[1555] Causeway Bay: Police officers have stopped and searched dozens of people on George Street. All of them have been released. The officers also removed the orange belt of the line of defense.

[1551] Causeway Bay: A large number of riot police officers entered Victoria Park.

[1530] Causeway Bay: Police officers raised the yellow flag in the direction of SOGO on Yee Wo Street on George Street.

The yellow flag is to warn the demonstrators or citizens at the scene that they may violate the law or may be prosecuted.

The content of the banner did not indicate that the police would use force.

[1530] Causeway Bay: Demonstrators gathered and shouted slogans on George Street. The police raised purple and blue flags to disperse, and more than 30 people at the site were stopped.

It can be seen at the scene that a large number of police officers are stationed on George Street in Great Britain, requesting those present to leave and pulling up the orange cordon.

[1530] Causeway Bay: Police raised the purple flag to disperse in Causeway Bay.

The purple flag means to warn demonstrators not to display flags, banners, and slogans with the intention of splitting the country or subverting state power. If the demonstrators fail to comply, the police will be arrested for crimes against the "Minato National Security Act.

Many people were stopped outside the Wan Chai Fire Station. All of them were released after searching.

(Photo by Zheng Zifeng)

[1515] Causeway Bay: Several people wearing reflective clothing for reporters were stopped by police officers. The police officers checked their ID cards and were released.

One of the part-time female journalists said that she was employed by a German media company. She said that because she had not been issued a press card, she had only one employment certificate.

After checking the information of his media company, the police released the part-time female reporter.

[1515] The editorial board of the Student Union of Hong Kong Shue Yan University stated in a Facebook post that riot police officers are currently surrounding the entire Paterson Street, and no one is allowed to leave.

A bunch of citizens have been enclosed outside the money changer for some time. After that, the police officers began to check their identities. The enclosed citizens lined up to register one by one, and the reporter was released after checking the press card.

[1513] Causeway Bay: Police officers advanced from a position off SOGO and once raised the blue flag in the direction of Percival Street.

[1508] Causeway Bay: When a reporter was present for an interview, some citizens said that when they passed the site, a police officer asked them to leave immediately.

When they were interviewed by the media at the scene, a number of police officers came to the site to stop them and asked everyone to leave or back away immediately.

[1505] Causeway Bay: Nearly 3 pm, the police opened a line of defense against Sogo in Causeway Bay and intercepted more than 50 people, including two journalists wearing yellow vests.

The two pointed out that reporters who belonged to the editorial board of Shue Yan University were "pinched" by police officers during the interview, and they were stopped in the line of defense along with dozens of others.

The two also pointed out that the police would let him go after checking his outfit and copying down his personal information.

The staff of the media liaison team at the scene repeatedly opened microphones and asked reporters in front of the defense line to wear yellow vests and press badges.

[1500] Causeway Bay: More than 50 people outside SOGO were stopped by the police, including several people wearing reflective clothing for reporters. The officers searched their bodies and checked their ID cards and the press cards of their organizations. Some people were released after inspection .

Many people outside the Wan Chai Fire Station were stopped and all of them were released after being searched.

Riot police entered the Fashion Walk shopping mall in Causeway Bay and frequently raised blue flags to disperse them. Police officers asked people including reporters to leave.

(Photo by Zheng Zifeng)

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[1456] Causeway Bay: Many people outside SOGO were intercepted by the police. It is known that dozens of people were intercepted, including two people wearing reflective clothing for reporters.

Police officers asked all reporters present to wear yellow vests and press badges.

[1450] Causeway Bay: A family of three foreigners was intercepted on Paterson Street, and they were released.

At the scene, it was seen that many merchants had closed the gate, and the police officers also pulled up the orange cordon.

[1442] The police said in a Facebook post that at 2 pm, there were crowds and clamors in Keeley George Street, Causeway Bay, which may violate related crimes related to unauthorized assembly under the Public Security Ordinance and the Prevention and Control of Disease ( Prohibition of Group Gathering) Regulations.

The police issued several warnings at the scene and raised a blue flag to ask the assembled persons to leave.

The police asked the assembled people to stop the assembly and leave immediately, and citizens should not go to participate in related activities.

The police will decisively enforce the law, including arrests.

[1430] Mong Kok: Several police officers are on guard outside the MOKO shopping mall in Mong Kok.

[1425] Causeway Bay: The entrance and exit of Fashion Walk in Causeway Bay were closed, and H&M customers failed to leave the mall.

As for the police officers outside the mall repeatedly raised blue flags to warn them to disperse, asking those present to leave the direction of Victoria Park.

Riot police set up a defensive line at the junction of Yee Wo Street and Jardine's Crescent, preventing citizens from going to the direction of Wo Yee Wo Street.

[1425] Causeway Bay: Riot police entered the Fashion Walk mall in Causeway Bay and frequently raised blue flags to disperse. Police officers asked people including journalists to leave.

Later, a group of police officers left the mall and dispersed again on Paterson Street.

[1420] Causeway Bay: A woman wearing a yellow dress outside the Fashion Walk mall was surrounded by multiple police officers. Someone nearby shouted the slogan of Qiu police. The police raised a blue flag again to warn.

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[1420] Causeway Bay: There were demonstrators walking out of the road on George Street, and some chanted slogans. A large number of police officers rushed to the site and raised the blue flag.

This is the third time that the police have raised the blue flag. The police have asked the people on the scene to leave in the direction of Victoria Park, otherwise they will be arrested.

[1415] Causeway Bay: Another man in a black shirt was surrounded by multiple riot police officers. He was emotional when he was searched by the officers. The two quarreled at one time. The man was released afterwards; another middle-aged man pointed out He went to work nearby and was surrounded and intercepted by several police officers. He claimed that he was pulled aside by police officers at the time. Some people accused him of assaulting the police. The police released him after a search.

[1405] Causeway Bay: Riot police officers patrolled East Point Road in Causeway Bay. During this period, they intercepted passers-by several times. Two women wanted to leave SOGO but were refused.

[1355] Causeway Bay: Lv Bingquan, a senior lecturer in the Department of Journalism of HKBU, said that he was present today as a HKBU teacher to understand the situation of student interviews and ensure the safety of students.

Secondly, the HKMA dispatched three to four observers today. He also came to the scene as an Inspector of the HKMA to record the scene of public events and inspected whether any media present would suffer from the “redefined” qualifications for media interviews by the police. Unreasonable treatment, Lu Zhi has not seen the above situation for the time being.

[1345] Causeway Bay: A middle-aged woman was demonstrating at the scene. During the demonstration, she was surrounded by police officers. Everyone quarreled for a while, and the riot police asked her to stop clamoring.

[1335] Causeway Bay: Police officers stationed and patrolled the footpath off East Point Road and SOGO in Causeway Bay, and urged those present to leave.

In addition, a police officer held a video camera to take pictures of the people present.

[1312] Causeway Bay: Riot police officers displayed blue flags twice on East Point Road in Causeway Bay to warn those present that they were participating in an illegal assembly and asked them to leave.

It can be seen at the scene that police officers are armed with long guns and warning flags.

[1312] Causeway Bay: Riot police officers stopped and searched multiple people, including multiple people wearing black shirts, in the area around Causeway Bay.

Riot police officers stopped and searched many people, including many people in black shirts, in the area around Causeway Bay.

(Photo by Zheng Zifeng)

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[1305] Wan Chai: Police officers set up roadblocks on Gloucester Road, and one of the vans was intercepted for investigation.

[1248] Police officers have set up roadblocks to intercept vehicles in many places in Hong Kong, including the direction of the Kowloon Entrance of the East Tunnel, the westbound of the Eastern Corridor, the location of Tuen Mun Highway near Tsuen Wan, the Hung Hom Cross Harbour Tunnel and the Shing Mun Tunnel.

[1240] Causeway Bay: A man appeared in Causeway Bay with a yellow balloon. During the period, more than 10 police officers surrounded the man and searched the man’s belongings.

[1238] Tsuen Wan: The toll booth of the city tunnel is heading towards Tsuen Wan. Police officers are present to intercept and search vehicles. Three vehicles can be seen at the scene.

In addition, a number of riot police officers stationed at Chung On Street in Tsuen Wan.

[1238] Causeway Bay: Police officers asked reporters to wear reflective clothing and a press card.

[1238] Causeway Bay: People's Force Chen Zhiquan (Slow Bi) appeared in Causeway Bay. He said that the People's Force will dispatch masks in Causeway Bay as usual at 1 p.m. today. He hopes that the police will restrain themselves and that there is no problem for the public to go out for holidays.

[1227] Causeway Bay: Riot police officers intercepted passers-by at Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay.

[1100] Liaison Office of the Central Committee: Water cannon vehicles and sharp-armed armored vehicles are on guard outside the Liaison Office. There are also a number of police officers patrolling and stationing outside the Liaison Office, including special police.

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Police: Someone on the Internet called for illegal activities to advocate violence against others

The police allege that someone called on the Internet to conduct illegal activities in various districts of Hong Kong today (October 1), incited others to participate in unauthorized gatherings, and even advocated violence against others, including attacking police with sharp blades or petrol bombs. Personnel, attacking police stations and illegally blocking roads, etc.

The police reiterated that the public procession applied by a group had been opposed by the police. The Public Assembly and Procession Appeals Committee also upheld the police's decision to oppose the procession.

Anyone who continues to organize, participate in, or incite others to participate in the above procession has the opportunity to commit the crime of unauthorized assembly under the Public Order Ordinance and the prohibited group assembly under the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition of Group Assembly) Regulations .

According to the "Public Security Regulations", anyone who organizes or participates in an unauthorized assembly can be sentenced to a maximum of 5 years' imprisonment upon conviction; if committing a riot, the maximum sentence is 10 years' imprisonment.

In addition, if anyone participates in or organizes a banned group gathering, upon conviction, they can be fined at level 4 and imprisoned for 6 months.

In order to ensure that the public can celebrate the festive season in a safe and orderly manner, the police have deployed sufficient police forces in all districts of Hong Kong, and are closely monitoring the situation in each district and strengthening intelligence collection. If anyone is found or foreseeing suspected of committing a crime, the police will decisively intervene , Strictly enforce the law.

The police also urged citizens to pay attention to the information released by the police on social media and avoid going to or staying in places where illegal incidents have occurred to protect their own safety.

Suspected netizens called on all districts to assemble security bureaus: strictly enforce the law against illegal acts

Yesterday (September 30), a spokesperson for the Security Bureau pointed out that he noticed that some people continued to incite others on the Internet to participate in unauthorized gatherings in various districts of Hong Kong tomorrow (October 1), and even advocated the use of violence, including attacking police stations and throwing Gasoline bombs and illegal road blockages openly challenged the rule of law and severely damaged public peace and social order.

The Security Bureau emphasized that participating in an unauthorized assembly is illegal and can be sentenced to up to 5 years in prison.

The crime of riot can be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.

Serious crimes such as hurting others' bodies, possessing or using gasoline bombs, and arson are all punishable by long-term imprisonment. In addition, the Security Bureau reiterated that citizens should not participate in any unauthorized or prohibited group gatherings.

The police will not tolerate any illegal and violent behavior, and will strictly enforce the law to ensure social peace and public safety.

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