|A Yayoi Kusama-esque poster of the protest|
Mr Justice Thomas Au Hing-cheung says this means officers could remove or arrest people who have ignored or insisted on breaching them. However, officers must give a brief explanation of the order at the point of arrest.
Au said he allowed police to do this because the rule of law and due administration of justice were at risk of being "seriously challenged and undermined", as some protesters have been openly disobeying and flouting court orders.
|Will Totoro leave the protest site as well?!|
And then most recently with the injunction granted last month, there wasn't much success either. So is this time really the end?
We'll have to find out tomorrow...