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Chinese security forces have been seen preparing to use terrifying giant forks, that can give dangerous electric shocks, on Hong Kong protesters.
Police and soldiers were photographed practising a crowd control exercise with the weapon cable of causing burns and puncture wounds at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre in Shenzhen, just 4.5 miles from the border.
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The city is bracing for another weekend of rallies with up to a million activists on the streets, after demonstrators closed the international airport, disrupting traffic in the global financial hub.
Images showing soldiers and armoured officers carrying the eight-foot forks were published earlier today by Chinese state media.
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One soldier was seen brandishing the fork with several members of the police while, in a second image, they were seen using it against a mock protester.
Amnesty International has warned against using the weapons which can result in 'intense, both localised and general, pain but not incapacitation of the subject'.
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'Because of their nature and design, direct contact shock weapons carry an unacceptable risk of arbitrary force,' they said.
Yesterday. Beijing warned it could hit the territory...
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