On the night of August 14 in Hong Kong in Forbes Street, Kennedy Town, some uniform police on the scene suddenly charged forward and knocked down pro-democracy lawmaker Ted Hui, causing an oppressively intense atmosphere.
At the same time, officers made way for a car stalking Hui for days to leave the scene while riot police started to disperse onlooking civilians.
Ted Hui was injured on his arm. Watching the police let the suspicious car leave, Hui raised his disapproval and asked the police to make arrest. However, police officers claimed that the driver and the passenger in the car were “reporters” and refused to disclose further information.
Source: The Eggs’ Club