Legislative Councillor questions police representative at meeting, Chief Superintendent Provokes Councillors by Mentioning Previous Arrest

LegCo FC considered the $22.3 billion Capital Works Reserve Fund in the afternoon. Many pro-democracy Members have targeted funding items related to the police, such as the expansion of the reporting room and the electronic system for upgrading examinations in police schools.  In one of the scenes, Lam Cheuk-ting of the Democratic Party and Alice Lee Nga-Lai of the Police Force put on a spontaneous exchange of words and fights.  It is surprising that the subject in question is the soundproofing of police report rooms, which are not the focus of controversy. Lam Cheuk-ting’s concern about inadequate noise insulation facilities in police stations. Chief Superintendent of Police (Planning and Development) Alice Lee repeatedly responded in a suspiciously provocative tone and asked if he had ever personally tried to line up at the police station and wait to see a lawyer. Lam Cheuk-ting, who was immediately overwhelmed, asked the police about when going for entrapment operations related to illegal prostitution, “Do you need to have been a prostitute to do that? You don’t, do you?”

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