During a recent visit to Tai Wan Tsuen, an indigenous village adjacent to the station where the July attacks took place, many people were uninterested in talking about politics or Mr. Ho. Several claimed they were out of town or sick in bed the night of the bloodshed, though a few defended the attackers. One man, stepping out of his house for a cigarette, quietly praised Mr. Ho.
As Mr. Watson noted in his Defense One article, several other journalists have said they were subjected to similar treatment while passing through customs in the United States recently. A British journalist said he had been labeled “fake news” at Los Angeles International Airport. An American journalist chronicled the difficulties he said he had gone through at Austin International Airport in Texas as he returned from a trip to Mexico in the spring, an ordeal that included agents detaining him and searching his computer and smartphone.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Mr. Maguire, a retired Navy vice admiral and former counterterrorism official, bristled at what he called attacks on his integrity. He defended the whistle-blower, who he said “followed the law every step of the way.” But he declined to endorse Democratic suggestions that the president should be investigated or punished for his actions.
In another episode, Mr. Corbera and Mr. Greilsammer engage in an erotic duet: They cradle each other’s heads, stroke each other’s faces and entwine their arms and legs, until finally Mr. Corbera lifts Mr. Greilsammer onto his shoulders, from which height the conductor goes back to leading the orchestra.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days