Hong Kong national security police eye foreign collusion case against fund that paid out HK$243 million to protesters

Hong Kong national security police are investigating whether a fund supporting the city’s anti-government movement was involved in collusion with foreign forces, according to sources.The 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund, and the Alliance for True Democracy, which provided its bank account to the fund’s trustees for holding donations, have been targeted by officers of the National Security Department, one source said on Wednesday.They said police had obtained court orders under the national security…