Jun12 Video Proof Wanted by Daughter of Old Anti-Extradition-Law Cancer Patient Shot by HK Police
In the 2019-6-12 protest against the Hong Kong Extradition Law, an around 60-year-old, unarmed, lung cancer stage III, male patient called Old Ng老吳, while simply reprimanding a Special Tactical Squad at Tim Mei Avenue, Admiralty, was shot without warning in the belly by them with rubber bullets. He at once fell down and was dragged by the police to a corner, thrown to the ground, and further kicked and punched. He was then sent to Queen Mary Hospital and subsequently charged with unlawful assembly. The police is applying for a search warrant in order to charge Old Ng with rioting. Old Ng's daughter Frances, according to The Stand News, is calling upon anyone who has taken a video showing what happened around 5:30 pm when Old Ng was shot, to contact her at 852-6159 6856, so as to prove that the police used excessive violence against her innocent father.
According to his daughter Frances, Old Ng takes part in protests because he wants to protect the younger generation. "If no one speaks out this time," he told Frances, "Hong Kong will have no future!"
Old Ng also suffers from asthma and epilepsy. A few months ago, during a court hearing of the 2016 Lunar New Year Mongkok Police-civilian Clash, Old Ng, as one of the audience, told HKBNews' reporter that he was not afraid of being arrested for taking part in demonstrations against China colonization of Hong Kong. "If they kill me now, it will be the end of my whole lifespan. Even if they don't, more than half of it is gone anyway."
(Chapman Chen, HKBNews, reports)
Upper right hand corner pic credit: HKBNews
Background pic credit: Lui Lui Chan, HK01