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November Parade | Police detained 86 arrested, clothes and shoes as evidence, need to change clothes and shoes, kick and drag bail

2020-10-02T02:50:47.305Z

Netizens on National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival launched parades and multi-district rallies. Starting yesterday (1st) afternoon, the police raised blue and purple flags in Causeway Bay to disperse the assembled persons and launched arrests. As of 10 pm, at least 86 people have been arrested in multiple districts, of which 74 people, including 4 district councilors, Li Yuxin, Liang Huangwei, Chen Yuntong, and Li Zixin, were arrested for participating in an unauthorized assembly in the Causeway Bay area. The arrested persons were detained at North Point Police Station overnight and their families delivered food. This morning (2nd) the arrested persons were released on bail one after another. Xiao Ming (pseudonym) was asked to change clothes and shoes in the police station. He was kicked and dragged away because his clothes and shoes were required as evidence.



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Written by: Li Jingshan, Deng Bailiang and He Weihong

2020-10-02 10:42

Last update date: 2020-10-02 10:42

Netizens on National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival launched parades and multi-district rallies. Starting yesterday (1st) afternoon, the police raised blue and purple flags in Causeway Bay to disperse the assembled persons and launched arrests.

As of 10 pm, at least 86 people have been arrested in multiple districts, of which 74 people, including 4 district councilors, Li Yuxin, Liang Huangwei, Chen Yuntong, and Li Zixin, were arrested for participating in an unauthorized assembly in the Causeway Bay area.

The arrested persons were detained at North Point Police Station overnight and their families delivered food.

This morning (2nd) the arrested persons were released on bail one after another. Xiao Ming (pseudonym) was asked to change clothes and shoes in the police station. He was kicked and dragged away because his clothes and shoes were required as evidence.

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The police stated that as of 10 o'clock last night (1st), at least 86 people had been arrested in multiple districts throughout Hong Kong.

The police pointed out that after nightfall, the demonstrators continued to gather in various districts, and therefore strictly enforce the law in response to the situation in each district to maintain public safety.

As of 10 pm, at least 86 people have been arrested in multiple districts.

74 of them, including 4 district councillors, were suspected of participating in an unauthorized assembly in Causeway Bay; the remaining arrested persons were suspected of having offensive weapons in possession, failing to produce valid identification documents, possessing forged ID cards, and acting in public places Crimes such as unchecked and driving unlicensed vehicles.

In addition, the police today voted against 20 people for participating in prohibited group gatherings in violation of the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition of Group Gathering) Regulations.

The arrested persons included district councilors Li Yuxin, Liang Huangwei, Chen Yuntong and Li Zixin.

The arrested persons were released on bail one after another. Xiao Ming (pseudonym) was asked to change clothes and shoes in the police station. As his clothes and shoes were required as evidence, he was kicked and dragged away.

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The arrested persons were released on bail one after another. Xiao Ming (pseudonym) was asked to change clothes and shoes in the police station. As his clothes and shoes were required as evidence, he was kicked and dragged away.

He said yesterday that he was shopping in Causeway Bay alone during the Mid-Autumn Festival, and there was no impact from the parade. "It was purely a pedestrian walking, and I might not hear a few slogans from time to time. But Qu (the police) seemed to be fully armed, and he rushed away when he heard the sound. Biandu, crawl around" until later he was rounded up on the pedestrian pavement of Paterson Street, "There is nothing for you to go away, and then you will narrow down and open up to everyone."

He once explained that he just wanted to leave but would not accept it. At that time, middle-aged people and foreigners were surrounded, but the older people and foreigners were released, and the arrested were mainly young people.

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