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Policeman hospitalized with leg burns; large groups of residents thank officers
Separate protests were held in various parts of Hong Kong on Sunday as the demonstrations entered their ni 爱上海女神会所
nth week, while large groups of Hong Kong resid
ents visited several police stations over the weekend to express their firm support and respect for the police force.
爱上海On Sunday, a radical protestor hit a police officer with a gasoline bomb, and Commissioner
of Police Lo Wai-chung later visited the officer, who had been hospitalized for burn wounds on his legs.
A resident surnamed Chan, who visited Kwai Chung Police Station wit 爱上海女神会所
h his wife and son on Saturday, said: “The police have been working really hard to sa
feguard social order. We came here to show our support.” The boy gave the police a handwritten card. 爱上海
Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative
Region, visited on Friday the Wong Tai Sin Police Station and dormitory, which had been attacked by radical pr 爱上海女神会所
otesters. Lam thanked the police officers for their hard work to safeguard the Hong Kong public.
The HKSAR government and pol 爱上海
blies and said police will strictly enforce the law against all violent and illegal acts.
爱上海女神会所Protesters who break the law should be brought to justice, the government stressed.
The police reiterated that anyone participating in an unauthorized assembly will be committing an offense.
Security at the Sham Shui Po Police Station had been strength 爱上海
ened as protesters turned out on Sunday for a banned rally in the district in the afte
rnoon. They soon occupied Cheung Sha Wan Road and set up barriers along the main thoroughfare. Others su
爱上海女神会所rrounded the police station and, ignoring a police warning to disperse, targeted officers with laser pointers.
At about the same time on the other side of the financial hub, demonstrators dressed
mostly in black gathered in Victoria Park. Some were seen waving American flags.