Hong-Kong Protests


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Problem could have been that the police had not identified the two suspects before they boarded the plane. I can imagine how difficult to find out the identity if all you know are two people in black with perhaps their faces covered.

Face recognition is very advanced. They can recognise by eyes etc. As far as I'm aware the thug condoms in this instant was with a group of others. And they are not all covered in black clads.

It just took police a little bit longer to track these thugs. And they absconded in the meantime with the help of these two grown man. One being a Japanese language teacher. Figures.

"The two suspects would almost certain be in the interpool wanted list, they are not safe outside of the 5 eyes and a handful European countries. "

What use is that when they are in Taiwan?
 

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WOW.
Epoch Times, FLG and A-Team style mental gymnastic.

Becareful @Dolcevita . Or he might accused you of being of unsound mind like he Did to NB over at Indian military thread. Over at the Indian thread, NB said something light, and joked in reply to his mighty Indian Teja comment not reaching Taiwan so he can stop his mental gymnastic.

Here's a quote from NB over at Indian military thread.

'Don't get too excited. They will never reach Taiwanese island of China & will crash land in Indian ocean. Chillax.'

He responded by suggesting that NB might be intoxicated. Lol. See how his mental gymnastic works? In his head, it's not him, it's everyone else. Lol

Here's the response.

'I'm not ruling out the possibility that NB was drunk at the time they made their post. It probably sounded hilarious in their own head'

It's hilarious that he should call out others being of the 'unsound' mind! Lil
 
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The two suspects would almost certain be in the interpool wanted list, they are not safe outside of the 5 eyes and a handful European countries.

Face recognition is very advanced. They can recognise by eyes etc. As far as I'm aware the thug condoms in this instant was with a group of others. And they are not all covered in black clads.

It just took police a little bit longer to track these thugs. And they absconded in the meantime with the help of these two grown man. One being a Japanese language teacher. Figures.

"The two suspects would almost certain be in the interpool wanted list, they are not safe outside of the 5 eyes and a handful European countries. "

What use is that when they are in Taiwan?

I forgot to add this. As you can see the eyes are clearly visible.

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While I'm here. It's always good to see this human freedom index from western propaganda institutes. That they actually, despite their best efforts still have to conceed that Hong Kong is the freest place on earth.

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So who told you that Hong Kong is not free? And that these condoms are fighting for their freedom?

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This is interesting. A British queens council (QC) has accepted to act for the prosecution. ie: Hong Kong government in the case against the nine defendants, including the traitor, Jimmy Lai.

In doing so, he draw condemnation from the British establishment. One that stick to mind is this:

Now, bearing in mind, these nine traitors were charged with the existing laws that the British set up and used in the past.

Here's the quote:

'The Labour MP Barry Sheerman expressed disbelief that a British barrister should seek to prosecute pro-democracy demonstrators.

Other critics include Oliver Lewis, a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, who accused Perry of “bringing the bar into disrepute” by prosecuting offences “under a law that has been condemned by international human rights bodies”.'

Ignorance and arrogance knows no boundaries!


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British QC prosecuting activists in Hong Kong fought to be allowed to take case

David Perry faces accusations of ‘making the wrong choice’ after applying despite local objections

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

Fri 15 Jan 2021 11.04 EST

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David Perry, the British QC under fire for agreeing to prosecute pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong, had to go to court himself to win permission to take the controversial case.

The nine activists facing a potential seven-year jail sentence for alleged unlawful assembly in 2019 include Jimmy Lai, the independently minded newspaper proprietor, and Martin Lee, the so-called father of Hong Kong democracy.

Perry has so far refused to comment on why he took the case.

If the defendants lose, the courts have already declared that the Hong Kong commissioner of police would have greater powers to restrict freedom of peaceful assembly.

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