Hong Kong police warn against teachers leading students into violent acts

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9th December, 2019 09:35:49 printer

Hong Kong police warn against teachers leading students into violent acts

The Hong Kong police warned on Monday that teachers should prevent students from taking part in violent and destructive acts instead of leading them to do so, reports AP.

The police conducted preemptive patrols at multiple locations across Hong Kong early Monday to prevent disruptions of traffic initiated by radicals.

In Sheung Shui, the New Territories, the police intercepted and checked 12 people, and seized various weapons and instruments to be used for road blockage and vandalism, including nails, electric drills, homemade barricades for puncturing tires, and flammable liquid and glass bottles to be used to make petrol bombs.

The 10 males and two females on Monday were arrested for unlawful assembly and possession of instruments fit for unlawful purpose.

Over the weekend, the police arrested in total 42 people for offenses such as possession of firearm without license, possession of offensive weapons, conspiracy to bodily harm and unlawful assembly.

 

 


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