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Hong Kong protestors hold vigil for dead comrade and police are responsible

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Hong Kong protestors hold vigil for dead comrade and police are responsible

Hong Kong protestors hold vigil for dead comrade and police are responsible

Protestors in Hong Kong held a flash-mob vigil while blaming the police for the injuries that caused their comrade, Chow Tsz-lok, to die after falling in a parking lot on Friday (November 8).

The 22-year-old protestor died from his injuries on Thursday, and the circumstances are not clear as his death, but protestors hold police responsible.

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