Recently, protestors had shifted target to MTR stations in response to the company’s recent arrangements in co-operating with the police force by deliberately targeting participants by closing down multiple stations prior to demonstrations since the 23rd last month. Even more shockingly, on the 31st, MTR viciously closed down 5 lines to aid police capture, preventing protestors from returning home. Many were arrested and assaulted by police as a result. (Related events by HKRev.info:824 Kwun Tong March 5 stations were closed ,  8.25 Tsuen-Kwai-Tsing stations around Kwai Fong were closed, 2019.08.31 Raptor Squad Breached Into Prince Edward Station, Assaulted Civilians and Denied Rescue Duty )

Police violence – Collage of Abuse Descending Order
June 6, 2019 12:45 pm
Dennis KWOK estimated, 2500 to 3000 participated in the rally. It sets a new record after the handover. KWOK hopes that the legal sector standing against the anti-extradition bill together reflects the destruction of the bill. He hopes Hong Kongers will take the street on 9th June. In the past rallies, the legal sector has marched against the...
June 9, 2019 2:30 pm
1.03 million people marched from Victoria Park to Central Government Offices against the extradition bill which would allow the transfer of fugitives to mainland China. (more…)
June 12, 2019 10:00 am
First Strike organised, Over a hundred shops joined. (more…)
June 12, 2019 6:00 pm
Police shot multiple rounds of tear gas into the crowd outside CITIC building, the only way for hundreds of protestors to escape from the tear gas was the single revolving door entrance of CITIC building. Pro-democracy legislators criticised the police action, which nearly caused a stampede. (more…)
June 14, 2019 6:00 pm
A group of mothers organized the Hong Kong Mothers' Anti-Extradiction Rally at Chater Garden, participants swarmed the Garden. (more…)