Hong Kong Legislator Calls for U.N. to Investigate ‘Police Abuse’

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HONG KONG - APRIL 24: Pro-democracy activist Tanya Chan reacts during a press call at the West Kowloon Courts Building on April 24, 2018 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Hundreds of protesters rallied outside a Hong Kong court on Wednesday in support of three key leaders from the 2014 Occupy movement who face charges related to public nuisance. Law professor Benny Tai, sociologist professor Chan Kin-man, and retired pastor Chu Yiu-ming, face charges of conspiracy to cause public nuisance, inciting others to cause public nuisance, and inciting people to incite others to cause public nuisance, with each charge carrying a maximum jail term of seven years. (Photo by Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

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