Hong Kong police chief says issuing prosecution notices to people ‘used as human shields’ is standard procedure – South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post
Hong Kong’s police chief has said issuing formal notices of intended prosecution is a standard procedure as the force faces growing criticism for using members of the public as “human shields”. Notices were served to three drivers and a police officer

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