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Published on Sep 1, 2019
Footage of a expat being arrested on his way home inside a #HongKong subway station on the evening of Aug. 31 has gone viral amid piling allegations of police brutality during another restive weekend in the city rocked by protests.
In the aftermath, Chinese media has spread reports that the man is suspected of being a CIA “commander” in Hong Kong, in line with Chinese propaganda that the ongoing protests have been incited by “foreign forces.”
“What charge is this? Otherwise it is unlawful!” the man, wearing a T-shirt and cargo shorts shouted, shouted in one video as he is escorted away by riot police at Lai King subway station.
“This is Hong Kong, this is not China!” he said in an earlier video while surrounded by at least five riot police.