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Police Misconduct 10018: Abusive Violence, Extreme Rudeness
On October 7, when the police force was leaving the site in Yuen Long, New Territories, they suddenly erupted pepper spray to the citizens around without any warning.

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Police Misconduct 10017: Abusive Violence
On October 7, despite the security guards of MOS Town at Ma On Shan, New Territories, tried to dissuade the police from entering the private property without search warrant, the riot police entered into the mall by force and caught at least one citizen.Remark – relevant 5 security guards of MOS Town were charged “obstruct a police officer in the execution of his duty” by Shatin district, Hong Kong Police, on October 9, two days after the incident.

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Police Misconduct 10016: Abusive Violence, Obstructing Journalists
On 7th October, police chased at Nathan Road in Mongkok, Kowloon. When there was no sight of protesters, police, without obtaining any search warrant, attempted to step into a private building block and reporters were being driven by shields and batons without any proper reason, thus they were unable to perform reporting.

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Police Misconduct 10015: Extreme Rudeness
A police officer was accused of indecent assault on a woman in Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon on 6th October.

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Police Misconduct 10014: Abusive Violence, Extreme Rudeness
Ignoring the request of the nearby paramedics in Wanchai, Hong Kong Island, the police used batons to hit the head of a protester who had been put under arrest and presented no resistance.

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Police Misconduct 10013: Abusive Violence, Extreme Rudeness
Several police were filmed beating a non-resistive citizen who had been under arrest and no any resistance in San Po Kong, Kowloon.

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Police Misconduct 10012: Abusive Violence
Ignoring the safety of passengers at the scene, the police shot tear gas in the middle of a busy road filled with vehicles in Aberdeen, Southern Hong Kong Island.

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Police Misconduct 10011: Abusive Violence, Extreme Rudeness
After the “Anti-mask Law” demonstration in Central, several police using their batons knocked down two passerby with masks on near Statue Square.

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Police Misconduct 10010: Extreme Rudeness
In Tai Po, New Territories, the police rudely yelled at a family of 3 walking around the Tai Po Centre on Oct 5 after dinner requesting them to leave and back home without any proper reason. The police further warned that they could arrest the family on a charge of “illegal assembly”.

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Police Misconduct 10009: Abusive Violence, Extreme Rudeness
To protest against the “Anti-mask Law” under serious consideration by the HK Government, protesters gathered at Taikoo, Hong Kong Island on Oct 3. HK police fired pepper spray and knocked down a lady wearing kimono standing alone on the street and did not perform any violence action.

人物資料

Junius Ho Kwan Yiu: Triads, CCP Supporters
中文讀者請按此連結閱讀中文版本。 Junius Ho Kwan Yiu was a member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council, who was notorious for colluding with triads and pro-Chinese forces. The following list describes every action Junius Ho has taken against Hong Kong citizens: 1. Planning and encouraging a terrorist attack Junius Ho was responsible for inciting triad members in Yuen Long to conduct a terrorist attack on 21st July, 2019. At 23:00, these triad members cooperating with Junius Ho, wore white clothes and attack pedestrians using rattan cane on the street and passengers in the Yuen Long Rail Station. This terrorist attack caused 45 injuries, in which 6 people were severly injuried. At that night, Junius Ho was found in Yuen Long in locations where the terrorists gathered and prepare for attack. He gave the terrorists appclause, shake hands with them and appreciated them by calling them "Heroes". Please refer to our backup footage stored in streamable for on site events: Streamable Junius Ho was questioned by numerous media after the attack. However, he insist to appreciate the terrorists' effort in "Protecting their homeland", and categorised normal train passengers as "Rioters". These actions showed his support on using terrorism to fight against Hong Kong citizens. 2. Threatening others (especially members of councils) on a large scale After the Yuen Long terrorist attack, countless citizens were angered by Junius Ho's shameless act. On the following 2 days (22nd - 23rd July), citizens protested in 3 of this office, located in Tin Shui Wai, Tuen Mun and Tsuen Wan. On 22nd July, protesters broke the glass wall of his office and damaged the CCTV in it. The remaining walls were filled with protesters' message. After the protest, Junius Ho accused a Tsuen Wan District Council Member (Tam Ho Pong) for executing this "attack" of his office without providing any evidence. He claimed to had ordered an arrest of Mr. Tam, although nothing happened following this threat. On the next day, his parents' graveyard located in Tuen Mun was destroyed. The walls of the graveyard was sprayed with the words "Government Collude Triads". Following the destruction, Junius Ho went live on Facebook and publicly accused a member of Legislative Council (Eddie Chu Hoi Dick) for planning the destruction. He threatened Mr. Eddie Chu in his Facebook live by claiming he could be "not-living", which literally means a death threat. 3. Great Support to Police Violence Junius Ho has held at least one rally supporting Hong Kong Police and attended more rallies related to supporting the police. He publicly supports the police to use weapons that deals potentially more or lethal damage, such as tear gas and water cannon vehicles.  4. Insults through Nazism Means Junius Ho has called protesters "cockroaches" numerous times on Facebook and public speech. This method of describing protesters is equivalent to Nazism in 1930s - 1940s, where they used "cockroaches" to describe Jews in Germany to prepare for the Holocaust. Aside from calling protesters "cockroaches", he had called a women disagreeing him to "go masturbate herself". 5. Instigate Pro-Chinese people to attack citizens Junius Ho launched a campaign called "The Hong Kong Cleanup Day", calling others to "remove trash from 18 districts". In fact, this campaign was targeted to destroy the Lennon Wall all around Hong Kong and attack people who tried to stop the destruction, thus removing all anti-government's voice in the community. Such tactics were demonstrated on 14th September. On that day, some pro-Chinese people rushed to a shopping wall in Kowloon Bay, waved Chinese flag and sang China's national anthem. Afterwards, the pro-Chinese people attacked youngsters in the region who disagreed with their stances. One of the pro-Chinese team members were found to be a member of Junius Ho's election and volunteer team.   References (Vernacular Chinese only): 1. 策劃恐佈襲擊 — 頭條日報:721恐襲(即時新聞);明報:何君堯記者招待會(明報新聞) 2. 恐嚇 — 東方日報:723抗議行動(備份);香港01:良田村祖墳被破壞(備份);立場新聞:何君堯警告朱凱廸(備份) 3. 撐警 — 香港01:撐警集會前記者會(備份);YouTube:何君堯發言(連結) 4. 納粹式辱罵 — 香港01(備份) 5. 煽動攻擊 — 海報(備份)

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Guide for English Speakers
English speakers, Welcome to Hong Kong Chronicles! This is a website dedicated to expose people supporting tyranny and dictatorship in Hong Kong, ranging from police officers, company officials and mainland Chinese people. We also make chronological recordings of Hong Kong Police's brutality towards HongKongers. However, we put less emphasis on this topic recently due to countless passionate teams working in this direction. This website primarily serves content written in Cantonese. Most of the content, especially Personal Profiles, were written in Cantonese. However, we are slowly adding English content due to popular requests. In the current version of website, all English-ready articles will be categorized under the keyword "English". You may access the list of articles by this link: https://hkchronicles.com/keywords/english . We are also considering to convert some of our articles into vernacular Chinese (based in Mandarin) to facilitate reading by Taiwanese and online Chinese to English translators. We also offer an English interface for you. Click 選項 on the top navigation bar and choose English to browse our website in English. You may also click on this link to switch to the English interface: https://hkchronicles.com/lang/en