Hong Kong protests: police chief slams Chinese University student arrested over powder attack on staff as lacking ‘basic human conscience’

Jan 12, 2021 | INVESTING

Hong Kong’s police chief on Tuesday hit out at a Chinese University student who was arrested for throwing unknown powder at security guards at the campus entrance, saying the suspect lacked the “basic conscience of a human being”.Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung, who is an alumnus of the university, spoke to the media after a separate visit to the Covid-19 contact-tracing command centre in Kai Tak.Expressing anger at the attack, Tang said the force had so far arrested a CUHK student…

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