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HKU student union may have violated security law for thanking police attacker, says Hong Kong top cop | #students | #parents | #parenting | #parenting | #kids


The student union of the University of Hong Kong might be in violation of the Beijing-imposed national security law for thanking the man who killed himself after stabbing a police officer, Hong Kong’s police chief has said.

Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu said that “thanking the assailant for sacrificing for Hong Kong” might be “equivalent to agreeing or even beautifying the assailant’s behaviour.” Such words may violate the national security law for promoting terrorism and inciting terrorist activities, he added.

Hong Kong Commissioner of Police Raymond Siu. Photo: Hong Kong Police, via Facebook.

“…when their behaviour might have caused hostility between different groups in Hong Kong, there might also be a chance that they have violated the incitement law,” said Siu on a TVB news show on Sunday.

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