Hong Kong 'one step closer to terrorism' as police prepare for China national day protests

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Authorities say they have intelligence that some hardcore protesters are intent on murdering police officers.

"With the increase in the intensity and the extent of violence over the past three months there are apparent signs that hardcore violence will escalate in the near future. All acts are one step closer to terrorism."He appealed to people not to take part in any unauthorised rallies.

The chief superintendent held up a shattered police riot shield as a demonstration of the aggression they're facing. The reporters asked a string of questions accusing the police of excessive force - and highlighted the shooting of an Indonesian journalist.Veby Indah was in a group of reporters on a footbridge covering the events on Sunday and watching as police retreated from protesters who were throwing objects at them.

She told the South China Morning Post:"Someone shouted: 'Don't shoot. We're journalists'. But the police shot." He would not go into further details but insisted if necessary he, personally, was prepared to die for this cause.There is little sympathy for the police out on the streets


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skynews never gave as much coverage over the French protests as they have with these. Talk about controlled media shitenews

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