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ggaaxx, you've better watch other clips on YouTube to see what had happened for the May 1st Incident in Macau to make a more independent judement. IMO, the protectors, the Macau Police and the Macau SAR Gov't had the responsibities for this incident happened.

Hong Kong Connection (鏘鏘集 ) from the Radio Television Hong Kong will talk about this incident tomorrow on 1900 HKT (1100 UTC). You've better watch this program.
 

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CE: Govt never interferes freedom of press

This news is somehow related.

The Chief Executive Ho Hau Wah (何厚鏵) said that the Government "does not believe and does not allow" any departments to interfere the freedom of press.

Speaking before setting for the mainland Chinese provinces of Sichuan and Guizhou, Ho said that the Government fully respects the freedom of press and protect it according to law.

His comments came after a press association accused the Government Information Bureau had interfered the freedom of press by sending members of staff to broadcaster TDM to edit the speech made by the Chief Executive on May Day demonstration.

Ho did not respond to questions on whether the incident would be investigated or a report would be published.

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hi, I actually had watched this video clip before you put it on here. personally, I didnt feel offended at all by the remarks that they hav made, well, if you go to www.rthk.org.hk and search any radio topics related to Macau, you will be more pissed by what they said in the show, those were more offensive and judgmental...

Back to the show there, the hosts did not only condemn certain things happened on that date, but also they did criticize their own HK gov as well.. I mean thats really fair...

I guess its better to hear some negative remarks about what the cops hav done on that date instead of only hearing all these "Fake" positive comments and responses from the gov or from the local macau media, which is very hopeless and disappointing ....if you know wat i mean..

Moreover, its very obvious that the Macau cops are "INCAPABLE" of dealing with "riots" or "protests", coz these sort of things had never happened before, once there is sth big happening, the cops just get intimidated straight away...how pathetic are they..huh?
 

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I have no problem with the production of the film. It tells the truth to say the least. I am upset with how the Macau police/government/Media handled this event.

Police: I know what they are capable of doing: Issuing parking tickets, bullying and humiliating people, etc.... Many of my high school folks who were kicked out or quit the school joined the police back then. I have heard this saying circulating around them: "High income, snobbish work" in Chinese "月入過萬,工作X慢" (don't know how to type this word:? ). Don't get me wrong, there should be some good police in there. But I would say the majority of them have this mentality.

Government: I have changed my view for them after '99.:applause: But they seem going down hill again.

Media: I haven't read the Macao Daily News for years. The last time I read it was for job hunt. I believe there are so many restrictions to work in the media. But money talks, "suckers" walk. Many people still need those jobs to pay their bills. My friend who is a "sucker", has decided to change his career eventually. I give him a :eek:kay: as a friend. He has the right mentality in his mind.

Jus, I believe we have something in common.:)
 

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Police refuses to comment on officer casino link

Here comes another drama.

The Judiciary Police refused to comment on a Hong Kong newspaper report that they found out the Public Security Officer who fired gun shots during May Day demonstration has links with the casino.

The spokesman emphasised that their investigations focus on the connection between the bullet and the injury of the motorcyclists located 300 metres away at that time.

Yesterday (28 May), the Apple Daily News in Hong Kong claimed that the concerned officer 'has close contacts with his Fujian compatriots who operate casinos'.

The paper also claimed that a total of five Public Security Police officers were involved in the 'exposure', all of them were transferred to the internal departments.

The spokesman of the Public Security Police did not comment on these claims.

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Here comes another drama.

The Judiciary Police refused to comment on a Hong Kong newspaper report that they found out the Public Security Officer who fired gun shots during May Day demonstration has links with the casino.

The spokesman emphasised that their investigations focus on the connection between the bullet and the injury of the motorcyclists located 300 metres away at that time.

Yesterday (28 May), the Apple Daily News in Hong Kong claimed that the concerned officer 'has close contacts with his Fujian compatriots who operate casinos'.

The paper also claimed that a total of five Public Security Police officers were involved in the 'exposure', all of them were transferred to the internal departments.

The spokesman of the Public Security Police did not comment on these claims.

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Thats very interesting, I can actually think of which person who has a Funjan background and runs a casino..I believe that that "person" is bald if Im not mistaken :D

Wat i cant figure out is, what does it make that PJ officer to fire the shot even tho he has a very tight connection with these ppl who run the casinos...
(I believe that it would be a very good idea to make a movie according to this plot)...:D
 

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Thats very interesting, I can actually think of which person who has a Funjan background and runs a casino..I believe that that "person" is bald if Im not mistaken :D

Wat i cant figure out is, what does it make that PJ officer to fire the shot even tho he has a very tight connection with these ppl who run the casinos...
(I believe that it would be a very good idea to make a movie according to this plot)...:D
 

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People in macau finally speaks up, but these people are not the locals, if you see carefully, those who go to this protest (at least 90%) of them are the new migrants from mainland China who try to mess up everything, a local macauese will not have these kind of behaviours as shown on the video. Until now, i believe people in macau are still living quite ok and their living standards and income has improve quite a lot compare to prior 2003, except the corruptive governemnt.

but i dont like the way how the polices handles the situation during this incident, they are lacking of experiences. and i dont understand why the government in macau allows so many migrants coming from China??
 
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