Hong Kong Police Force abused teenagers in Hong Kong for almost a year since the outbreak of the “Anti-extradition Law Movement” on June 9th, 2019. A 13-year-old student reporter was arrested tonight (May 10th) spurred the new wave of anger throughout the world.
The most outrageous police brutality on kids marks the years of 2019 and 2020 the darkest of human history.
The following lists a number of the cases that the public cared the most, but these records are the tip of the iceberg of police brutality. Stand with Hong Kong, do whatever we can to smash the Chinese Communist Party and its regime, this is the only way we can do to protect our children, to save our planet.
- May 10th, 2020
Two teenage volunteer student reporters were arrested. The boy reporter is only 13 years old and the girl 16. Gangs of cops assaulted and intimidated the boy reporter, “Go home! and Die!”
Policemen shouted at Luk, “You are a riot!”. (Source: PUSH)
Two student reporter, 13 and 16, were taken away by a group of cops. (Source: Apple Daily)
The student reporter, with the surname of Luk, is from Student Depth Media, a media outlet established this February by secondary students. The girl reporter was said to be from the same media, but no live footage can be found about her.
Luk was questioned by two groups of policemen and eventually arrested in the evening. When his mother went to the police station, the police intimidated Luk saying that the mother, instead of him, will be charged if he volunteered to be a reporter again.
At night, district councilors accompanied the mother and the son to leave the police station. No updates about the girl are available so far.
- May 10th, 2020
A five-year-old boy was pressed to the ground by two policemen has been circulated widely in social media. But no detailed information can be found so far.
- May 8th, 2020
A 12-year-old boy was arrested for blaming Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, on the street. Several days later, a team of policemen searched his residence without a warrant.
- October 1st, 2019
Some 11-year-old girls were arrested during a peaceful rally of October 1st. The pictures and reports were circulated first in Telegram and LIHKG, but soon they were all deleted as if nothing had happened at all! It takes some difficulty to find the photos. A great number of the arrested have lost contact.
No further information has been revealed.
- September 27th, 2019
A teenager was gang-raped by 4 policemen in a police station and get pregnant. The girl was reported to have an abortion surgery at Queens Elizabeth Hospital.
A secondary student was arrested that day. (Source: EYEPRESS)
A picture showing a police officer outside a medical ward in Queen Elizabeth Hospital was circulated widely online. Photo: Dickson Lee
On November 10th, South China Morning Post reported that a lawyer reported the case to the Complaints Against Police Office (Capo) on her behalf on October 22nd, claiming his client was raped inside Tsuen Wan Police Station on September 27th.
A source with knowledge of the case confirmed the abortion had taken place in Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He said the girl claimed she had walked past the station on September 27th when four police officers in riot gear seized her, took her inside, and arrested her. She then alleged all four raped her in a room.
Although Hong Kong Police Force publicly confirmed that they had received the complaint in the daily press conference on November 9th, the former and incumbent commissioner of police have deliberately undermined the case, insisting that the investigation showed that it was a false allegation. However, sources said that the hospital took the DNA of the embryo.
6, September 21st, 2019
A ten-year-old boy was arrested by a gang of the police force in a community at Tseung Kwan O. The angry neighbors shouted at the police, “Mafia Police,” “HK Police are terrorists” and request immediate release. More than 400 neighbors surrounded the cops but the boy was taken away because the policemen pointed guns at the crowd.
Policemen pointed strong light at cameras to coverup their illegal arrests.