HONG KONG POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS AS HUNDREDS RALLY AGAINST NATIONAL SECURITY LAW, 120 ARRESTS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

HONG KONG POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS AS HUNDREDS RALLY AGAINST NATIONAL SECURITY LAW, 120 ARRESTS

SOURCE: HONG KONG FREE PRESS
Hong Kong police have fired tear gas after protesters gathered in Causeway Bay to rally against the looming national security law announced earlier this week by Beijing.

Hundreds of demonstrators convened at SOGO department store in Causeway Bay at around 1pm on Sunday and began marching to Wan Chai’s Southorn Playground.

Photo: Benjamin Yuen, Cezzna, Jimmy Lam/United Social Press.
In response, police fired tear gas at the crossroads of Hennessy Road and Percival Street, and near Hysan Place.

HKFP_Live: Hong Kong protesters are gathered in Causeway Bay in opposition to the national security law. Police have detained activist Tam Tak-chi.

Posted by Hong Kong Free Press HKFP on Saturday, 23 May 2020
It was the largest protests since the Covid-19 outbreak, despite social distancing rules – limiting groups to eight people – remaining in place.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Once that security law gets passed, thinks may well get mightily ugly in Hong Kong.

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