26th November 2021 – (Hong Kong) After several judges and established pro-Beijing KOL received threatening letters containing unidentified powder and rotten meat, the police received a report from a staff member of the Hongkong Post’s Cheung Sha Wan Delivery Office, 688 Castle Peak Road, at about 10 o’clock this morning (26th) that a suspicious letter suspected of containing minced meat was received again. A similar letter was also received yesterday.
The police officers arrived at the scene and took the letter back to the police station for inspection. It is understood that Hongkong Post will assist in screening and check the mail sent to court buildings before delivery. If suspicious letter is found, it will immediately report to the police. Mail checkpoints are also set up at appropriate locations outside court buildings to reduce the number of suspicious mail. At the same time, staff and security personnel will strengthen security and respond to security incidents in a timely manner.