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Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang says independent probe into force’s handling of anti-government protests would be ‘unjust’
Commissioner Chris Tang says he will only support the probe into the force’s conduct by the Independent Police Complaints Council.
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Sam 😷 Dec 1
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Unjust? Ok let's investigate all sides and bring them all to court then
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Saurabh Kishore😷 Dec 1
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It is for the people of HongKong to decide upon that. He is a public servant. I know with CCP he considers HongKong to be a police state and himself the master of people. But HongKongers will prove that those are nothing but his delusions.
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T. Leung Dec 1
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The funniest thing is that this is not a decision for him to make. We don't care what his view is!
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Patrick 🇭🇰 Dec 1
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A police chief closely related to those Yuen Long rural factions and triad saying yes to independent investigation will be most surprising than saying no 🤷🏿‍♂
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Alan Chan Dec 1
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An independent probe is the only fair and unbiased investigation. As always if someone have nothing hide than there should be no concern, all objections are simply excuses 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
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bonfire Dec 1
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‘Unjust’ is this guys who hit a reporter together with many people on night of who is still not being charged of anything. Thanks to the so-called police chief.
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Amadeus Wong Dec 1
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Police chief having alleged close relation with triads. Oh of course any sort of investigation would be unjust. Fair enough.
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Hoper@Hong Kong Dec 1
Are these justified too?
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Small Potato Dec 2
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Expecting HK Police to obey the law is unjust?!
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