Chinese Police Isolate Protester from Crowd So They Can Bash Him Together

Chinese Police Isolate Protester from Crowd So They Can Bash Him Together

On May 13, 2016 in the province of Jiangsu, China, local police isolated a protester from the crowd so they could bash him together. Prior to the police getting aggressive with the guy, there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of the protest being violent.

Obviously, the people were unhappy about something and were expressing it, but until the police got involved, the assembly was just about voicing their concerns.

I do not have any reliably information about what the protest was about, however the Chinese government announced this week that 38,000 university places previously allocated to Jiangsu students would be given to students from other provinces. This sparked protests in Nanjing, the capital of the province. The video could be related.

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24 thoughts on “Chinese Police Isolate Protester from Crowd So They Can Bash Him Together”

    1. Those aren’t cops, they’re security guards employed for some local government office building.

      Anyone been to China or Asia before will understand not entire region are violent, but for certain part in those countries, sometime lethal force is required to tame those wild animals down before shits go wild and innocent people get slaughtered. Same goes to US and France and Syria etc….

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