Hong Kong protesters rally to denounce police for shooting a teen

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Hong Kong protesters stage rallies across the city to denounce police for shooting a teenage student

Office workers and high-school students today turned out in their hundreds to voice their anger at police. One 18-year-old protester yesterday was shot in the chest with a live round by a policeman during a fight.

 

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And what reports of the well-trained police doing a masterful job trying to control a protest turned into a riotous, raging and rampaging rebellion?!

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Police were attacked by the mob. Destroying the city and attacking police was so much fun... until you get a bullet in your chest.

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