Shame on the Hong Kong police who shot an unarmed homeless Nepali man

I felt very sad and angry after hearing this news…

A Hong Kong police constable shot dead an unarmed homeless Nepali man.

A life was lost unnecessarily.


Because a policeman couldn’t subdue a single suspect with pepper spray and baton, then gave him warning in Cantonese (possibly the suspect didn’t understand) and decided to shoot him twice (one in the head) from a very close range.

Investigation is underway, but looking at the mobile phone video footage, shooting was absolutely unnecessary. If the officer was so unfit to subdue a single suspect he should have left him alone and waited for a backup support instead of shooting in the head, after-all he wasn’t a fugitive or a terrorist.

Shame on you Hong Kong Police!

Update: Latest News about the incident from

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2 comments on “Shame on the Hong Kong police who shot an unarmed homeless Nepali man
  1. Chandra says:

    the police must be given life sentence .not send him out of police work

  2. Dory says:

    Nonsense. The suspect was born in Hong Kong and could understand Cantonese perfectly. In the video you posted, you could hear clearly the cop asking the suspect to drop his weapon. After several warnings, it appears the suspect won’t budge and continued to attack the cop.

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