- where did you get that from? local media?Original Post Deleted
It's normal in an accident to receive a notice of intended prosecution. I received one when some arsewipe went into my car. Was told back then it was standard procedure so I believe the article until someone proves otherwise.
Ok, I misread it all then and jumped to the conclusion that the cops were looking at prosecuting the drivers who slowed down, for obstructing traffic.Original Post Deleted
Which is what I'd have expected our men in black to do be doing.
They will also send you a letter of intended prosecution for speeding tickets. Pretty pointless procedure imho
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cops say they will NOT stop human shield practice
Police may need ‘human shields’ to stop terrorist attack in Hong Kong, says security chief as he rejects calls to abandon practice | South China Morning Post
Hope they use Secretary for Security John Lee Ka-chiu as 1st line of defense against Terrorist attacksHong Kong’s security chief has rejected calls to stop police using civilian drivers as “human shields” during high-speed pursuits because of the possibility of a terrorist attack.