National security police arrest woman over online posts allegedly advocating HK independence and provoking hatred towards authorities

National security police have arrested a woman on suspicion of sedition after she allegedly posted online content advocating Hong Kong independence and provoking hatred towards the authorities.

The woman, 48, was arrested in Western district on Tuesday afternoon for continuously posting messages with “seditious intention” on different social media platforms, a police spokesman said.

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