Written by: Huang Diwen and Wang Yiyang
Last update date: 2020-10-31 21:08
Tonight (31st) was 14 months after the 831 conflict at Prince Edward Station. Some citizens presented flowers outside Exit B of Prince Edward Station as before. District councillors were present to place cardboard boxes to collect flowers. A large number of police officers were on guard.
A man held a phone to broadcast the law enforcement situation of Athlon entering Prince Edward Station on August 31 last year. The police officers immediately pulled up the orange cordon to stop and search.
During the period, someone was voted for violating the gathering restriction order. At 8 o'clock in the evening, some demonstrators shouted insulting police slogans on Saiyang Choi South Street. The police raised the blue flag for a while, and then arrested two men.
Since 6 pm, a large number of police officers have been on guard at the junction of Prince Edward Road West and Nathan Road and are patrolling around.
They also enclosed the railings outside the Prince Edward Station with orange bands outside the station to prohibit citizens from approaching.
From 7 pm onwards, citizens began to lay flowers at Exit B of Prince Edward Station. District councillors showed up to collect bouquets by placing cardboard boxes and sending them to Shaling Cemetery tomorrow.
Police officers stopped and searched citizens from time to time, and repeatedly urged reporters to stay in the "interview area" set up by the police orange cordon.
In the meantime, someone was ticketed for violating the gathering restriction order; a man held a phone to broadcast the law enforcement situation on August 31 last year when Athlon entered Prince Edward Station. The police officers immediately pulled up the orange cordon to stop and search.
In addition, Mong Kok North District Councillor Siu Tak-kin put up pumpkin decorations to celebrate Halloween in the former Lei Shengchun location, and appealed to the public to pay attention to the 12 Hong Kong residents incident, during which police officers came to the scene to persuade them to put decorations on the roadside to avoid obstructing pedestrians .
By 8 p.m., some demonstrators chanted insulting police slogans on Sai Yeung Choi South Street. A large number of police officers suddenly ran in an attempt to hunt down the demonstrators. Later, they raised the blue flag to warn the protesters that the assembly or procession was illegal and demanded to disperse. Otherwise, force may be used.
A man was taken to a back alley by police officers for investigation, and then he was locked and taken away. A man argued with the police. The police advised him to leave several times. The man retorted that he was shopping and the police later referred to public places. Misconduct took him away.
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