UK halts sale of teargas to Hong Kong amid police brutality claims

Jeremy Hunt calls for investigation into violent scenes during protests The UK is suspending future sales of teargas and other crowd control equipment to Hong Kong until an independent investigation is held into allegations of protests earlier this month. The foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, who is on 12 June in detail. The evidence of the unlawful use of force by police against peaceful protesters on 12 June is irrefutable. In the footage Amnesty has verified, police officers appear out of control, placing peaceful protesters who posed no threat in danger of serious injury, said Man-kei Tam, the director of Amnesty International Hong Kong. On 15 June Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific