2019.07.30 People gathered outside of Kwai Chung Police Station to support 44 protestors charged for rioting

Head of police station aimed his Remington shotgun towards protestors and locals twice.

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On 30 July hundreds of protesters gathered outside of the Kwai Chung Police Station after news spread that a majority of the 49 people arrested during confrontations with police on Sunday at Sheung Wan would be charged with rioting – an offence punishable by ten years in prison. Police used pepper spray and batons to disperse the crowd. One police officer who had been surrounded was seen pointing a gun loaded with beanbag rounds at protesters. Police said that the officer was “protect[ing] his life and personal safety”.

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