'We'll block graduation and job prospects' - activists claim police intimidation

Modified 7 Jul 2019, 3:09 am

Two local activists supporting Hong Kong's anti-extradition to China movement claim to have been intimidated while being questioned by police.

The duo, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH) Youth chief Siah Kwong Liang and outgoing Universiti Malaya Association of New Youth president Wong Yan Ke, claimed this occurred after holding events they organised for the cause.

The two had been called in on separate days over different events, but both claim to have been subject to intimidation by one Bukit Aman Special Branch officer identified as "Tuan Tan"...

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