Hong Kong has become a kind of police state. The civilian administration headed by Chief Executive Carrie Lam has been conspicuous by its absence as the police force set about punishing protesters, and journalists and bystanders often to with repeated volleys of tear gas and rubber bullets discharged at short range even as demonstrators were retreating.
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