Claudia Mo: Police and Ordinary Citizens are Not Equal because they Carry Guns and Professional Trained. You Cannot Simply Say “Police are Human” and Claim Protesters are in the Wrong in All Sense

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27th October, 2014

Claudia Mo: Police and Ordinary Citizens are Not Equal because they Carry Guns and Professional Trained. You Cannot Simply Say “Police are Human” and Claim Protesters are in the Wrong in All Sense

毛孟靜:警察同市民的地位唔係對等㗎,你有槍㗎,你係受過訓㗎!你哋係專業㗎!你唔可以一句「警察都係人」,就咩野都係示威者的錯。

Legislative Council’s Panel on Security continues to debate on the Occupy Movement today. The Security Bureau selectively showed footages of protesters charging and shouting at the police, and most of the videos are from the website and Facebook page Speak Out Hong Kong, a well-known pro-CY Leung page. Lai Tung-kwok, Secretary of Security, stressed that all the footages are from online.

Claudia Mo from Civic Party criticised the government for not being fair in showcasing only one side of the argument and questioned why no videos of the night when teargas canisters were fired at protesters and anti-occupy thugs beat up protesters were shown. She also said that the Bureau kept asking the citizens to try to understand the police, even though she agrees that “police are human beings”, they are professionally trained and are geared with helmets, shields, truncheons and pepper spray. She said that the Bureau should not always blame the protesters for any physical conflicts during the protest.

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