Hong Kong media: The Hong Kong Police National Security Department arrested District Councillors Li Ka-rui, Chen Yishun and 8 others.
According to a report by Hong Kong’s “East Network” on December 7, the National Security Department of the Hong Kong Police took action early on the 7th and arrested eight people, including Kwun Tong District Councillor Chan Yishun, Sai Kung District Councilor Li Ka-rui, and research assistant Yang Zijun. It is reported that all three are graduates of CUHK graduates. According to the report, Hong Kong police said that some of the arrested people were not middle school students and were suspected of gathering without authorization.
“Dongwang” reported that when explaining the case to the media on the afternoon of the 7th, Senior Superintendent Li Guihua of the National Security Department of the Hong Kong Police, said that the incident occurred from the early morning to about 6 a.m. on November 19. A total of 30 places, including Union College, Chung Chi College and Xinya College of the Chinese University of Hong Kong were graffiti. Some people used paint to write “Hong Kong” The word “independence”.
In addition, at 12.20 p.m. on the same day, the school announced an online graduation ceremony, but 90 people were still marching on campus, including those wearing graduation gowns and others in black. From the railway station, these people passed Bridge No. 2 and Million Avenue until the main gate was disbanded for an hour and a half. During this period, some people waved the banner of “Hong Kong independence” and shouted the slogan of “Hong Kong independence”. The Chinese University of Hong Kong called the police in both cases.
According to the report, after investigation, the police arrested eight men (aged 16 to 34 years old) this morning, reporting that students, social workers and two district councilors, all of whom were arrested on suspicion of unauthorized assembly. Three of them were also suspected of inciting the division of the country. They all waved flags and shouted slogans on that day. They were all students, but they had nothing to do with CUHK. The police said they would continue to investigate the case and could not rule out more arrests.
According to Hong Kong media previously reported, CUHK held a graduation ceremony on November 19, but nearly 100 graduates marched on campus. During this time, some people displayed banners and banners of “Hong Kong independence” and shouted slogans, suspected of violating the Hong Kong National Security Law. The school called the police to deal with it. The National Security Department of the Hong Kong Police Force later took over the investigation and sent dozens of dozens of Police officers entered the campus of CUHK and searched for evidence and took photos at various places where they had been criminally damaged, accompanied by security guards.