Hong Kong court brings first charges for violation of mask ban (americanmilitarynews.us11.list-manage.com)
This article was originally published by Radio Free Asia and is reprinted with permission. Authorities in Hong Kong on Monday charged the first two people with violating a hugely unpopular mask ban passed by chief executive Carrie Lam under colonial-era emergency powers last week. More than 100 people showed up outside Eastern District Magistrates Court in support of the first two people to be charged under a newly enacted mask ban, which came after Lam invoked emergency powers enabling her administration to pass any decree it sees as being in the public interest. The emergency powers decree sparked a long weekend of mass protests by thousands of mask-wearing people
  • Ilona trommler There they have good reason to cover their faces
  • Ilona trommler Problem for tHe masked man, in Chinese court you have to prove you aren't guilty!
  • RobertM Retired Master General Electrician Why don't WE have this ban, HERE? But these people are wearing them for a different reason, Freedom from the chink communists. They don't want to be recognized and murdered by Xi and his regime. AntiFa wears them for criminal activities.