'Schoolboy' Hong Kong protester is 'critical' after being shot in the chest with a live round by police as activists stage violent 'Day of Grief' rallies to defy Communist rule on China's 70th National Day | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'Schoolboy' Hong Kong protester is 'critical' after being shot in the chest with a live round by police as activists stage violent 'Day of Grief' rallies to defy Communist rule on China's 70th National Day

A Hong Kong protester has been shot in the chest during clashes with police, according to police sources.

The demonstrator was said to be disoriented while being taken to Princess Margaret Hospital after being hit in the left chest during rallies in the city's Tsuen Wan district.

Debris from the bullet was lodged in his chest only three centimetres from his heart and he is in critical condition, according to reports. He is said to be a secondary school pupil.

Footage posted by The Hong Kong University Students' Union apparently shows a police officer drawing the gun and shooting a male activist at close range as the protester beat the officer with a baton.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder how much the US might be involved with the organising of these protests.

But the question has to be asked; what if Communist Chinese troops are unable to get things under control here, and quickly?!?

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