Friday, October 31, 2014   

Larry Kwok to monitor police in July 1 march
(06-24 11:36)

The new chairman of the Independent Police Complaints Council, Larry Kwok Lam-kwong, said he will observe the performance of police in the July 1 march this year. But he added that it is not appropriate for the council to do the same in every march.
Kwok said the tension between the police and the citizens came from the distrust between the cops and the protestors.   
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