Hong Kong officer who shot protester gets death threats against children, police say

The Hong Kong police officer who shot a student protester in Sai Wan Ho on Monday morning was doxxed and received death threats against his children after the incident, according to the force.

The incident, in which three live rounds were fired from a service revolver, also prompted parents and former students of his daughters’ school to write to the management to ask if the officer was still suitable to head the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) given his “lack of judgment”.

They were referring to the decision of a station sergeant, surnamed Kwan, to open fire on a college student, surnamed Chow, 21, near Sai Wan Ho MTR station, where anti-government demonstrators had blocked roads as part of a citywide protest on Monday morning.

One bullet ruptured Chow’s right kidney and liver and he was sent to Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital in Chai Wan where he remains in a critical condition after undergoing surgery.

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