Canadian journalist, Keean Bexte, has been suspended from Twitter for “abuse and harassment” after reporting about the suspicious death of a British couple in Hong Kong.
Police allege the pro-democracy couple from Britain leapt to their death, leaving a suicide note in Chinese and English.
Hong Kong protesters have been declaring “I won’t kill myself” after a surge in suspicious deaths across the city.
Earlier this week, a video purporting to show a man being pushed out of a high rise building window in Hong Kong went viral after police declared it as another “unsuspicious suicide”.
Since the Hong Kong protests began, dead people have been popping up everywhere.
Protesters blame the CCP.
Police blame suicide.
After watching this, I finally believe the protesters.
Sorry I didn’t believe you until now.
Please RT to show the world. pic.twitter.com/pSNYxpjNZk
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) January 14, 2020
Mr Bexte told TR news
Twitter folds like a cheap suit when powerful people want to silence me. Whether it is CCP loyalists or Communists in Canada, Twitter rarely stands up for free speech. It is a fault in their platform, but it’s not going to stop me from sharing the truth.”
The Rebel News journalist has appealed his suspension.