Hong Kong media: The founder of Huang Media made a fuss when he reported to the police station and was arrested for assaulting the police and obstructing official duties

  [Global Network Report] According to Hong Kong's "Sing Tao.com" and other Hong Kong media sources, Jiang Jiawei, founder of the yellow media "Free HK Media", was arrested by the police earlier on suspicion of inciting others to participate in unauthorized assembly and inciting others to commit criminal damage. According to sources, Jiang Jiawei made a riot in the report room when he reported to the Tuen Mun Police Station this morning (17th) and hit a male police officer with his head. He was arrested by the police on suspicion of obstructing police officers from performing their duties and assaulting police.

  According to reports, Jiang Jiawei was supposed to report to the Tuen Mun Police Station at 11 am today, but he arrived at the report room at about 9:15. The police asked him to sit down and wait in the report room, but Jiang Jiawei was sitting in the report room. Lying claimed to be resting, and the police officers stepped forward to dissuade him, while Jiang Jiawei was emotional and made a scene in the report room.

  According to the report, the police warned Jiang Jiawei several times, but he continued to make noise in the report room and prevented other citizens from using the report room ticket collection system.

In the end, after repeated warnings were invalid, police officers arrested Jiang Jiawei on suspicion of obstructing official duties. During this period, police officers found Jiang Jiawei covered with alcohol and found a bottle of wine under his seat.

Later, when the police officer searched Jiang Jiawei, Jiang Jiawei became emotional again and hit the police officer with his head, causing the police officer's head to become red and swollen. The police then arrested Jiang Jiawei on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.

  Police said a man was lying in the report room of Tuen Mun Police Station at about 8 a.m. this morning. The police immediately stepped forward to dissuade him, but the man refused to cooperate and took out his mobile phone for filming, affecting the operation of the report room.

After three unsuccessful verbal warnings, the police arrested the man.

During the investigation, the man was suspected of attacking a male police officer in the head. The officer suffered head injuries and the arrested man suffered a nose injury. Both were taken to Tuen Mun Hospital for treatment.

After preliminary investigation, the 30-year-old man surnamed Jiang was arrested on suspicion of obstructing police officers from performing their duties and assaulting a police officer. He is being detained for investigation and the case has been handed over to the Tuen Mun Police District Criminal Investigation Team for follow-up.

  According to a previous report by Hong Kong's "Dagong.com", Jiang Jiawei, who claims to be a "pastor", is outright anti-China and disrupting Hong Kong. During the "turbulence of the amendment", Jiang Jiawei has repeatedly appeared at the scene of illegal assemblies, demonstrations and riots, and claimed to carry out so-called so-called The live broadcast of the "interview", and the self-proclaimed "first responder" for a while, was actually a cover up of his thug identity.

On June 9, 2020, Jiang Jiawei was arrested by the police at the demonstration site.

  "Dagong.com" said that Jiang Jiawei received high-profile interviews from more than 20 media in the past as "pastor", "reporter" and "first aid worker".

Some religious sources revealed that Jiang Jiawei is a fake pastor, a fake reporter, and a fake first aid worker who is a self-proclaimed pastor.

  "Dagong.com" mentioned that in 2019, Jiang Jiawei founded the "Saint Church Tai Church" by himself and proclaimed himself a pastor.

During Hong Kong's "revision turmoil", Jiang Jiawei put on reflective clothes and acted as a first responder to be active in the "black violence front line", and formed "Free HK Media" with a group of Hong Kong rioters "Cry out.

In an interview with the media, Jiang Jiawei admitted that the reflective clothing, first aid certificate and various first aid signs on his body were decorations. Media" press card, and a group photo with a number of Hong Kong rioters who have already served prison sentences, including Huang Zhifeng, Liang Guoxiong or Zhao Jiaxian, who is on remand.