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Hong Kong police seize M&M's as national security threat

Force alleges activists 'incited subversion' in distributing goods to prisoners

Police on Sept. 20 seized around 40 cartons and plastic storage boxes containing M&M's, crackers, wet wipes, baby powder and other products that had been warehoused for distribution to prisoners.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong police on Monday arrested three activists for allegedly attempting to incite subversion through distributing M&M's chocolates and other daily goods to prisoners.

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