Hong Kong residents have come out in huge numbers in defiance of Beijing’s rejection of true “one person, one vote” Universal Suffrage. The peaceful protest has been met by Hong Kong police using tear gas and pepper spray to “lawfully” disperse the crowds. There have been numerous injuries and arrests.
Hong Kong news source Apple Daily is live streaming the protest and as a part of the coverage they have employed drones to take in sweeping aerial shots of the protests from above. We screen-capped the following footage from the live stream which includes one moment of police firing tear gas at protesters and advancing:
Continue reading at pixable.com