The video, posted by Twitter user @Woppa1Woppa on Monday, shows the handcuffed protesters being forced onto a train. Internet users expressed their concerns as it was unknown where the protesters were being sent, according to Taiwan News.
The destination of the detained people in the video remains unknown, but some users have claimed that the last two stations of the line are Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau; both stops are border checkpoints to China.
Another user said there were no Hong Kong police stations located in any of the stops along the train’s route.
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