Video:Apec summit staff kicked out Hong Kong reporters for "screaming" at President of Philippines The summit organiser later froze the press passes of the whole Now TV crew, including those not at Sunday's scene. At least nine reporters were on the organiser's watch-list - six of them from Now TV. Carandang said the journalists had crossed an ethical boundary. "As a former journalist I know what it's like to aggressively question a subject," he said. "The behaviour of these reporters crossed the line from mere questioning to heckling." But the two main journalist associations in Hong Kong expressed strong anger and regret at the decision. The Hong Kong News Executives' Association filed a complaint letter to Apec executive director Alan Bollard yesterday to express shock and regret. "The confiscation of the reporters' press passes is deeply regrettable, unacceptable and unnecessary," association http://juniorxjam.soup.io/save chairman Ronald Chiu Ying-chun said in the letter.
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Aquino did not reply to their questions. Now TV footage showed an APEC staff member telling the reporters: You ambushed one of our visitors. Eight Hong Kong tourists and their guide were killed on a tourist bus by a dismissed Manila police officer in a daylong hostage crisis in 2010 that ended with a botched police rescue. Aquino has expressed regret over the bloodshed but repeatedly said he considers the issue closed and that it was not appropriate for the Philippine government to apologize because the state was not responsible. However, families of the victims have continued to press for an official apology and compensation. The Now TV footage showed another APEC staff telling one of the reporters: You know that the decency (includes) not screaming.