學界知專集會 追究15歲全裸女浮屍真相 College Rally at Design Institute for Truth of Naked Dead Girl (15) at Sea
合共17間大專院校參與聯署聲明，今日中午在香港知專設計學院集會，逼爆設計大道。追究職業訓練局（VTC）青年學院15歲女學生陳彥霖，被發現全裸浮屍，倉促火化，疑點重重。大批市民持鮮花悼念。… Continue reading
Chan Yin-lam, a 15-year-old competitive swimmer who was ruled to have died by drowning after her body was found floating in the sea near Tseung Kwan O last month.
Chan was enrolled on a Vocational Training Council (VTC) youth training course at the Hong Kong Design Institute at the time of her death. Police said there were no marks of violence on her body, although it was found naked, and that her death isn’t being treated as suspicious.
However, the case was once classified as a “murder” case, but a few days later, the police changed it to “corpse found”.
The rushed cremation on the morning of the 10 October raised a high level of suspicion. A crying Chan selfie video surfaced saying that she wants to stay behind to question the on-site police commander “what I am doing wrong”.
VTC released 16 segments of video, about 20 minutes in total yesterday, showing Yin-lam on campus on 19 September walking around barefoot before leaving the campus. However, the key moments are still missing. Some people even pointed out that the girl in the video is not Yin-lam. There are discrepancies in her facial features and the clothing.
17 colleges and universities signed a joint statement, and calling for a rally at 12 noon today at the main quad of the Hong Kong Design Institute. They started with a eulogy followed by 3 minutes of silence. Then student representatives spoke and the floor is open to the public. Many people pray with flowers.