A sad scene of & # 39; Desperate Escape & # 39; was spotted at night at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the last stronghold of Hong Kong protesters.
Hong Kong police are operating on campus to "dissolve" the protesters. However, the strong resistance of the protesters turned the police into a "blockade" operation, a direct suppression. At that point, the attempted escape “ life-threatening & # 39; police and protesters.
Some students escaped the police "blockade" operation by tying a rope around their bodies in a viaduct near the building at 11 pm.
They escaped on a road that was waiting on the road.
Some students tried to escape through the sewers on campus this morning.
More than 400 people were arrested on the same day when protesters tried to leave the school by various routes from April 18-19.
There are still hundreds of protesters within the engineering department, but they are losing strength to fatigue and hopelessness.
Some protesters also include young high school teens and high school students. They are frustrated and await disposal without the option of "antiwar" or "resistance".
Police who want to protest against the white flag will punish the tolls a bit, but Hong Kong police say they will apply charges of revolt to protesters who resist to the end.
If you are convicted of a riot in Hong Kong, you could face up to 10 years in prison. The harsh legal policy of the Hong Kong government has raised parental fears.
Parents of Engineering College students face anxiety and anxiety.
Hong Kong South China Morning Post (SCMP) said a mother of a high school protester said: "My son was only 17 years old and was injured while protesting inside engineering school." "" And appealed to regret it.
The parents held a meeting the day before in Tsim Sha Tsui, near the Institute of Technology, and told police commanders to meet children inside the Institute.
By Oh Jong Taek