Tuesday, September 2, 2014   

Police watchdog concerned over pepper spraying
(05-07 15:45)

The Independent Police Complaints Council said on Wednesday that it was concerned with the incident where police officers had used pepper spray against protesters who took part in a march on May Day.
About a dozen people had reportedly filed complaints with the police over the incident.
But the Council's Secretary-General, Ricky Chu Man-kin, said it does not have the power to look into the matter at this stage. --RTHK   
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