Little resistance as workers cleared the main protest site in Hong Kong's Admiralty district after more than two months of occupation. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Workers were sent in to dismantle barricades at the main pro-democracy protest site in Hong Kong on Thursday (December 11). The protests have choked roads into the city's most economically and politically important district for more than two months as part of a campaign to demand free elections. Bailiffs stood by in the Admiralty district next to government buildings and the Central business area as workers in construction hats used wire cutters to remove barricades erected by protesters after a court injunction two days ago.