Pro-independence student group leader arrested on suspicion of ‘inciting secession’ under Hong Kong’s security law

Shockingly (or perhaps not so much), the police confirmed at the press briefing that they have authority to investigate anyone, including people living overseas, suspected of violating the national security law according to Article 36-38 of the law. [Twitter]. The CCP will go to any length to silence its critics, both domestically and abroad. This law makes it abundantly clear that they will do so brazenly.