監製:Paul Lee


    The police have been accused of mishandling Yuen Long's attack on 21 July. Stephen Lo, the Commissioner of Police, explained that the "delay" was due to insufficient manpower as the force was busy dealing with a protest in Hong Kong Island, as well as three cases of fight and one case of fire in the Yuen Long district.
    Hong Kong Connection's reporters have collected the CCTV footage dated 21 July from different cameras and interviewed relevant persons to reconstruct the attack's timeline and take a closer look at the police's arrangement during Yuen Long's "nightmare".

    聯絡: pca@rthk.hk


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