Timeline

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 Ascending order
2020
May 15, 2020 12:00 pm
On June 12 last year, in order to prevent the resumption of the Second Reading of the Amendment Bill to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, civilians surrounded the Legislative Council and the Central Government Complex, and a fierce clash between the police and the public ensued, resulting in the arrest of several people. One young lifeguard had earlier pleaded...
May 1, 2020 7:30 pm
Online chatter urging pro-democracy “sing with you” protest in Shatin’s New Town Plaza tonight. Before the event started, batches of riot police were already on standby. They searched passing by youngsters’ bags without explaining. After a 10-minute commotion, they asked the youngsters to leave in opposite direction. Around 18:30, more than 10 plainclothes police entered the premises to...
May 1, 2020 12:00 pm
Under the epidemic, Hong Kong will be free of mainland China tourists for the first time during the May 1 Golden Week holiday. Today, Labor Day, May 1, also marks the second day of the launch of the "5.1 Golden Week" by the Yellow Economic Circle, calling on the public to spend money in yellow shops, making the...
April 18, 2020 12:00 pm
While Hongkongers were busy fighting against the epidemic, the regime took advantage of the situation to launch a political purge. 15 pro-democracy activists were arrested and charged in connection with three anti-ELAB protests last year, including a "flowing" rally August 18 in Victoria Park which was attended by 1.7 million people. Leaders of major political parties and organizations within...
April 6, 2020 2:00 pm
Protesters and the police clashed on 7th July 2019. Pro-democratic lawmaker Au Nok-hin (as he then was) was accused of using a loudhailer to push the shield of police constable Kwan Chi-ho. He is also accused of causing pain to superintendent Ko Chun-pong while talking to officers from the Police Public Relation Branch using a loudhailer. Au therefore...