Hong Kong police raid opposition group’s museum collecting evidence for national security law case

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Hong Kong police on September 9, 2021, raided an opposition group’s museum which holds exhibits related to China’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. The June 4 museum, which had been shut since June 2, 2021, was set up by the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China. The alliance also organises annual June 4 candlelight vigils in Hong Kong. The group is under investigation for alleged collusion with foreign forces under the national security law that China’s central government imposed on the city in 2020. Three of the alliance’s leaders were charged later on September 9 with inciting subversion against state power.

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