We looked inside some of the tweets by @jamespomfret and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
National security law: police take DNA samples from arrested protesters and their lawyer wants to know why https://t.co/nbcUMKjaUZ
HK Police are helping China build a DNA database of political dissidents: "Hong Kong police confirmed they collected DNA samples from 10 people arrested over the new national security law on July 1." https://t.co/suPLHeZfk0
HongKongers protesting in code. Spotted in Causeway Bay BeWater my friend. https://t.co/DohLDps5Q5
Canada suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong in wake of China's passage of new national security law. Canada to also treat exports of 'sensitive goods' in same way as those destined for China. Link to statement from Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne: https://t.co/Nfy721spTl
#hk - Bar Association chairman Philip Dykes said it was "premature" for the govt to outlaw the slogan, saying it should be up to courts to decide what the legal effects of those words are.
JUST IN: UN High Commissioner said the office's alarmed that arrests already made under NSL without full understanding of scope of offences. It expressed concern on vague & broad definition of offence, which "could undermine human rights protection". https://t.co/JwVCJaT53u
from voted in to become the youngest lawmaker in the history of hong kong in 2016 with the second highest number of votes, to being disqualified on a technicality in july 2017, to being imprisoned in august 2017, to forced to become a political refugee today. https://t.co/nMNXypGlSC
INTERVIEW - THE WORLD SHOULD STAND UP TO CHINA, HONG KONG PRO-DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST NATHAN LAW TELLS REUTERS FROM AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION @NatalieReuters