Two deadly bombs found at the school in Hong kong

the Night of Tuesday, police in Hong kong made the largest bombefund, since protests in the country erupted. Police in Hong kong have on the night between Mon

Two deadly bombs found at the school in Hong kong

the Night of Tuesday, police in Hong kong made the largest bombefund, since protests in the country erupted.

Police in Hong kong have on the night between Monday and Tuesday found two bombs at a school and they could "kill a large number of people".

It informs bombespecialist Alick McWhirter by the Hong kong Police, writes CNN.

Both bombs were fully functional and ready to use. Both had only one function - to kill and injure people, says Alick McWhirter.

McWhirter points out, that it is the largest bombefund, the police have made since the protests in Hong kong broke out.

the Bombs were found at Wah Yan College, and the school informs on its website that there is no evidence that pupils or staff at the school are behind.

the School is easily accessible to intruders, sounds the on.

one bomb was larger than the other, and combined, weighted according to McWhirter ten kilos and was filled with explosives.

Hong kong police have several times since June seized bombs. The rebellion began as a protest against a bill that would have made it possible for Hong kong to extradite the suspects for prosecution in China.

the Bill was withdrawn and officially dropped by the government in October. But at the time, had the protests evolved to include more than the bill.

the Night bombefund comes barely a month after protesters occupied the universities in Hong kong, which led to the shocking scenes of devastation and chaos.

At the weekend it was half a year ago that the protests in Hong kong began.

Sunday was 800.000 black protesters from all walks of life on the streets in Hong kong to participate in new demonstrations.

For the first time since august, the police had allowed the demonstration, which is organized by the Civil Human Rights Front, one of Hong kong's biggest pro-democracy groups.

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Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 13:01

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