Hong Kong policeman reprimanded for 'I can't breathe' remark
HONG KONG: Hong Kong police on Saturday (Jun 13) said they had reprimanded an officer who shouted "I can't breathe" and "Black Lives Matter" as his unit dispersed reporters covering a pro-democracy rally the night before.
The officer was part of a team of riot police responding to protests on Friday evening in Yau Ma Tei district.
In a video posted online that quickly went viral, he could be heard saying "I can't breathe" at the press as reporters were asked to move back.……
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