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Lives don't matter in communist HK : 'murder' in police custody of SE Asian man one year on

Updated: Apr 13

Our deepest condolences to the families of Mr. Singh and Mr. Floyd - we grieve with you for your loss. R.I.P. Love and light always Mr. Singh and Mr. Floyd.



Mr. Singh, HK

8 May 2020 in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong (HK) Mr Singh, an Indian national HK permanent resident was 'murdered' in HK police custody with a knee to the neck by 3-4 policemen, witnessed and video recorded (below). His arrest was on 7 May 2020. He was arrested and taken into police custody, and he died in hospital on 8 May 2020.


There were no public protests held in HK about this man's murder in police custody. Why was there no protest? COVID-19 social distancing regulations that stopped protests were partially to blame : traditionally HK has had serious racial discrimination issues against SE Asians until 2019 protests united minorities and the majority together.


At the time Police Commissioner Chris Tang said the 'man's death was not the fault of [police] officers'. As far as we know there was no Coroner's inquiry into his death. No policemen were criminally charged : there was no court hearing or criminal charges against policemen.


Most likely the victims family received no compensation.


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Mr. Floyd, USA

25 May 2020 George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis, USA upon being restrained by a policeman's knee to the neck for more than 9 minutes.


USA held massive nationwide Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests over the murder of George Floyd.


A Court in Minneapolis is currently hearing the murder trial of policeman Derek Chauvin (see video below); later in 2021 three more policemen will be charged and face trial as Chauvin's accomplices.


The family of George Floyd filed a 'wrongful death' lawsuit and the City of Minneapolis has agreed to compensation of US$27million.


Expert witness at Derek Chauvin's murder trial.



Every human being living in a UN member country has ICCPR 'right to life' which is the UN's 'supreme human right'.



Lives don't matter in communist HK : Lives DO matter in democratic USA

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Get out of HK and into a democratic country while you can because CCP just wants HK the place, not the people!



Pepe and Jeremiah B.



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BLM and Hong Kong's new social contract

8 May 2020 a South Asian man died in HK Police custody



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