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This is a great opinion piece (Megan spent a year studying in Hong Kong) looking at HKPF’s excessive force and the ways protesters protected themselves against tear gas.
It’s almost as if the last paragraph isn’t just about Hong Kong...🧐🤔 https://twitter.com/glasgowgist/status/1268947212953886721
Here is the online version of my most recent article that I wrote from @GlasgowGist ! Exploring excessive use of tear gas and police brutality during the protests in Hong Kong, and looking at how the protestors protected themselves against the Police. https://twitter.com/GlasgowGist/status/1268947212953886721
It's Friday feature time! Megan (@ClappertonMegan) looks at the excessive tear gas use by Hong Kong Police Force during anti-extradition protests. Check out how the protesters protected themselves and extinguished tear gas canisters https://the-gist.org/2020/06/hkpf-youve-got-some-nerve-long-term-effects-of-tear-gas-exposure-how-to-extinguish-tear-gas/