“Twelve bystanders and five policemen were injured yesterday in what is believed to be the most violent gunbattle between police and criminals in Hongkong’s history,” reported the South China Morning Post on April 25, 1992. “The rampage began when a police raid on a flat in Tai Kok Tsui went badly wrong,” the story continued. “Police were expecting to find car thieves in the flat but instead stumbled on armed men believed to have been involved in [a] $700,000 robbery at a Chow Sang Sang…


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