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Hong Kong Police: "Black Police" in the Eyes of Hong Kong People, "Heroes" in the eyes of Maitland – BBC News


Hong Kong Police

Hong Kong police are regarded as the most professional and civilized discipline in Asia because of its image of righteousness, integrity and service to the people. Now, their name is "Black Police". In a recent "reverse sanding" demonstration in Hong Kong, ordinary people have been accused of "black society" and "violation of intellectual law."

The conflict between the police and civilians has intensified since the anti-Futurity rule broke out in early June. The problem of police law enforcement has also become the key to the expansion of the game to some extent, the abuse of force, lack of complaints and apathy towards the underworld.

At the same time, the spirit of "assistant police" was high in mainland China. Police officers not only expressed their full support for the officers, but the media also praised Hong Kong police for their barbarism. Mainland social media almost praised Hong Kong police.

A BBC Chinese reporter interviewed people from both places and tried to present two different impressions of Hong Kong police in both places.

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Miss Huang, who graduated from a prestigious university, grew up in Hong Kong. Her impressions of the police were mainly from film and television works. He said she was thinking of the police. "The song that Jackie Chen automatically feels in his mind," by himself, a hard man "(film" The Story of the Police "," Hero Story ") is an image of a hero."

After adulthood, Miss Huang has several middle school students who become police officers. Sometimes I talk about work, even though I talk about the media used by police in the gray area, "I understand their troubles, so I won't be offended."

During the Umbrella Movement in 2014, seven police officers were punched and kicked by a social worker in the dark. Miss Huang also felt that the police could still distinguish between black and white, because "they would find themselves doing too much, not right." The court initially ruled seven police officers were found guilty of injury and sentenced to two years in prison. In July this year, two of them were acquitted and the remaining five were convicted, but they were dropped.

However, for now, Ms. Huang's reliance on police is very low. "It's so low that it's safe to not have the police."

His transformation began on March 21. That night, a large number of white people suspected of having a triangular background appeared in Hong Kong's UN Long District, and there was no difference in violence against people and journalists. After that, some Hong Kong TV stations used close-circuit television video to restore the timing of the incident, questioning the police's laissez-faire behavior, but no police officers were held responsible.

Miss Huang thinks, "It's very outrageous, there are photos and movies. How can anyone need to be responsible? It's completely black and white."

Later, police released tear gas at a subway station, fired pepper bombs in nearby quarters, and a young woman was suspected of being shot in a police bag. However, the police all argued on the basis of "minimum force" and "special circumstances" and said that further investigation was needed.

Ms. Huang thinks that these are just the words of the police. He said: "The police have lost their intelligence, and they have been completely outraged, and no one is supported by the police. It is becoming more and more insane."

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In the 1980s, Kai Yongmi, who was from Hong Kong, participated in the social movement for many years. When she came to Hong Kong, she was almost 30 years old, always admiring the rule of law in Hong Kong with mainland friends and praising Hong Kong police. She recalled that when confronted with the "bad thugs" (thugs) of the underworld, even if it was pointed to her nose, the police still behaved calmly and rationally. Police officers will be dispatched to enforce the law for women suspects.

"These images have collapsed overnight," Kay Yongmi said.

She recalled the scenes of the Street March in the 1990s, which occasionally confronted police martyrdom, but did not commit violent acts. "When the police do not open the road or deliberately choke us, we will mock the police and say," You study in the mainland with public safety? "

He said he didn't expect it, and now she's really saying it.

"There is no political neutrality, and neither is the underworld used to suppress the protest movement. On the side of the support, not chase, blink, ruthlessly attack, brutally attack or violate the law."

Hong Kong's Sham Shui Pony woman protester avoids tear gas fired by mischievous police officers (14/8/2019)Image copyright copyright

Kai Yongmai said Hong Kong police are part of the Hong Kong judicial system itself and cannot use it as an excuse to violate the rule of law. He emphasized that "the greatest harm to the rule of the law society has been done not by the people but by the government."

"If people commit illegal activities, they will be punished. If the police, as law enforcement agencies, break the legal boundaries, they are really destroying the rule of law."

Some protesters resisted violations of police rules and sparked violent clashes. Kai Yongmai said that compared to police officers with public power, the protesters suffered more serious consequences at this time: they did not have police right gear, they suffered more physical injuries, and they will face courts like police crimes and storms. Restrictions

However, he does not agree with the practice of "Violent Violence." He said that I would choose to sing "The Broad Sky" in front of and with the police.

Earlier this month, the Hong Kong Institute of Public Opinion (formerly the Hong Kong University Public Opinion Research Project) visited more than 1,000 citizens over the age of 18. People's satisfaction rating for the Hong Kong Police Force is 61.4 points compared to 61.4 in early June. Records hit the point, the lowest score since records began in 2012. In terms of use of force, 58% of respondents believe that the police used excessive force in recent police-civil conflicts.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet Jarria, recently released a statement saying that she has investigated credible evidence that Hong Kong law enforcement officers violate international standards and standards when using less lethal weapons, and the SAR government investigates the incident. Requested.

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On August 10, after the protesters rushed to several places, they went to the Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station and kicked them out as the riot police advanced.

In a flood of news blockade and misinformation in mainland China, people almost unilaterally support the police.

On the evening of July 30, a police clash took place around the Kwai Chung Police Station in the new territories of Hong Kong. A Bald Sergeant raised a Remington rifle at least twice and targeted the demonstrators after the captain. Many people in Hong Kong were asked about the operation, saying that the conflict was aroused by reckless repression of a policeman, and then the trigger was violated. However, the mainland media did not ask the cause and effect of the incident, but praised the sheriff and called him a "hero." China Central Television quoted him as saying: "Hong Kong police have the ability to handle the mob. They just hate that they are Chinese too. It's not like, no, no."

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After graduating from Zhangling University in the mainland 30 years ago, he worked in software development in Jiangsu, and in June, the anti-reform movement began to focus on Hong Kong, mainly from friends of Weibo and WeChat. She believes she has a basic understanding of the cause of the incident and has seen millions of Hong Kong people take to the streets to fight for their rights. However, with the development of sports, she has become a "guardian" who supports Hong Kong police in all her actions.

Zhang Ling understands that Hong Kong people have the freedom to march and mobilize under one country and two systems. She also understands that the protesters behave a bit more when they are emotional. He believes this is an issue for the SAR government. Hong Kong police have the ability to maintain law and order and will soon calm the social environment.

But when he saw that the people of Hong Kong began blocking the subway, affecting people to work, and taking to the airport, the trend changed significantly.

"Because of freedom, you let go the streets, but now that your freedom has hurt the interests of others, you should not let it go." He believes that not affecting the lives of others should be the basic principle of conflict.

Hong Kong riot police unite female protester (7/7/2019)Image copyright copyright

On August 4, a member of the Hong Kong Police Force Association's bottom police personnel issued a statement saying "the intention to commit violence and to sabotage social peace" in the name of protesting and expressing their appeal, saying the behavior was "contrary." Some Hong Kong social information platforms and critics immediately pointed out that the Hutu leaders who led the massacre in the Rwandan genocide in Africa in 1994 mentioned Tutsi as targeting them. The Hutu leaders were later sentenced to war crimes by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.

Zhang Ling also saw the news on Weibo, but he did not question the humiliation of the word "human", but asked, "Why the performance should be compared to crushing, it would have done a great deal of damage. "

Zhang Ling believes that the duty of the police is to maintain stability, and that stability means "living the life of the ordinary people without risk and with no disregard."

Regarding the police's selective law enforcement behavior, Zhang Ling believes that the police itself should not be politically neutral. She said: "It is not the World Peace Police, Interpol, but a strong security force."

"Who is the police who will pay the salary?"

When asked, is the government not paid by the taxpayers to the police? Zhang Ling said: "People who take American money from anti-government (Hong Kong protesters) consider people? Should you not fight? This is a crime."

A police sergeant (left) outside the Kwai Chung police station in New Hong Kong territories, showing thunder and rifle demonstrators (30/7/2019).Image copyright copyright

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On the evening of July 30, a police officer (left) at a police station in Qi Chung, Hong Kong's new territories fired a roaring rifle and pointed it at the gun protesters. He was considered a hero by the Chinese state media.

"I support Hong Kong police, but I also question their behavior."

The 23-year-old was born into a family of three generations of police. He graduated from college college and is preparing to take the Mainland Police Civil Servant exam. During his vacation, he often came to Hong Kong. He also encountered a parade in Tsim Sha Tsui in early July to find out the situation of Hong Kong people around him.

He believes that the police are a sacred profession and they have a responsibility to protect the people. "The original purpose in bones is unity." જ્યારે તે ઘણી વખત હોંગકોંગ આવ્યો ત્યારે તેને મેઇનલેન્ડ શહેર કરતાં સલામત લાગ્યું કારણ કે "હોંગકોંગ એક આંતરરાષ્ટ્રીય શહેર છે. શાંઘાઈ અને નાના કાઉન્ટીથી વિપરીત, અહીંની પોલીસ મેઈલેન્ડથી વધુ શક્તિશાળી છે."

"હોંગકોંગ પોલીસ અંધાધૂંધી પર આવશે નહીં અને એકંદર પરિસ્થિતિનું ધ્યાન રાખશે." આ હોંગકોંગ પોલીસની વુની છાપ છે.

જો કે, વૂએ કાયદા અમલીકરણની કાર્યવાહી દરમિયાન પોલીસ દ્વારા કરેલા હિંસાના દુરૂપયોગને માન્યતા આપી નથી. તેમણે કહ્યું હતું કે પોલીસે પણ જરૂરી હોય ત્યારે ઉપરી અધિકારીઓના આદેશ પર સવાલ ઉઠાવવો જોઇએ. તે જ્યાં સ્થિત હતો તે શહેરમાં ભ્રષ્ટાચાર માટે તેની ધરપકડ કરાઈ હોવાનું જણાયું હતું, અને તેના ચ superiorિયાતીના ખોટા હુકમની અમલવારી કરવામાં આવી હોવાની શંકા છે.

"જો તમે ખોટા હુકમનો અમલ કરો છો, તો તમે ખરેખર ભૂલો કરી રહ્યા છો," વુએ કહ્યું.

ઓર્ડરનો અમલ કરતી વખતે વ theરંટ ન પહેરવાના કૃત્ય અંગે વુએ કહ્યું: "નંબર એ તમારી ઓળખ છે. જો તમે નંબર ન પહેરતા હો, તો ભીડ હિંસા કરવા માટે તમારા કપડાં બદલી શકે છે?"

હોંગકોંગની કેટલીક પોલીસને ચિંતા છે કે ખુલ્લી સંખ્યા નેટીઝન્સના "માનવ માંસ" ની ખાનગી માહિતીને આધિન રહેશે અને ઇન્ટરનેટ પર તેનું વિતરણ કરવામાં આવશે. પત્રકારે વુને પૂછ્યું, જો તે તે હોત, તો તે કેવી રીતે પસંદ કરશે?

તેણે એક ક્ષણ માટે વિચાર્યું અને કહ્યું કે તે તેના પરિવારની સલામતીની ચિંતા કરશે, પરંતુ તે હજી પણ નંબર પહેરવાનું પસંદ કરશે.

"કેમ કે મને લાગે છે કે હું કાયદો અમલીકરણ કરું છું, મારે લોકો સમક્ષ જવાબદાર રહેવું પડશે. આ પાલનની બાબત છે. હું જે કરું છું તે જ મને યોગ્ય લાગે છે," વુએ કહ્યું.

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