Pro-democracy terrorist attacks police officer with cowardly razor Watch

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An off-duty police sergeant was slashed in the face with a razor in Hong Kong on Thursday as he attempted to arrest a man suspected of damaging the banner of a district council election candidate.

It is the second blade attack on an officer in recent weeks, after a policeman was wounded in the neck at Kwun Tong MTR station by a man wielding a box cutter on October 13.

A police source said the 72-year-old suspect in Thursday’s case was arrested after marking a 10cm cross on the sergeant’s face with the razor at around 6.15am in Sheung Shui.

The source said: “The sergeant was on the way to work this morning and passed by the Junior Police Call club house in Sheung Shui Wai. He arrested a male for attempting to damage an [election] banner of the pro-establishment camp by razor.”

“The suspect struggled and attacked the sergeant.”

Both the officer and the suspect were sent to the nearby North District Hospital for treatment. An investigation is under way.

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People are furious and rightly so. I'm not condoning slashing, but the police and security forces have behaved with thuggery and murderous violence against what were originally peaceful protesters, so it isn't surprising that this kind of thing is now happening. The other day a policeman shot a student dead in the street without provocation.
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