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ITV: Special interview: one of China's most wanted men

Thursday, October 16, 2014


15 October 2014 at 12:15pm

One of China's most wanted men, who lives part time in the North East, has called for solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong.

Thousands there have taken part in pro democracy demonstrations in the last few weeks.

Bob Fu participated in the Tiananmen Square demonstrations in Beijing in 1989 - during which Chinese troops fired on the protesters.

Hong Kong demonstrations Credit: ITV News
He was later arrested and jailed but eventually left China, gaining refuge in the United States.

Watch Bob Fu's interview with our correspondent Frances Read: (To see video, click here.)

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