This, is how COMPLETELY someone CAN be B-R-A-I-N W-A-S-H-E-D, from the Front Page Sections, translated…
The “spiritual group” of Rui-Yueh Ming Gong believer, Huang, was suspected of abusing her son to death, got called in to the police station yesterday, even though, she’d started to cry at the mention of her son’s name, but still refused to change her statement of how her son was involved with “drugs and gang related activities”, and had drawn the line of separation between the founder of the Rui-Yuen Ming Gong cult; the press asked her if she felt taken, she’d returned, “taken my A-S-S!”
“I will forever BE proud of my son, and I’m really sorry and heart wrenching over his death!”, the father of the deceased, Jeng was interviewed at the garage where he’d worked, said that the cult had torn his family apart, that he couldn’t accept how his son was beaten to death, and had the bad raps of being a drug abuser; he suspected, that there were other members who were involved, hoped that the police do a more thorough investigation, “if in the period of eighteen days my son was kept locked up, and Chen knew my son was injured, and didn’t take him to the doctors, he too, should be CHARGED!”
Huang the mother, because of her involvement of incarcerating and abusing her own son to death, on the nineteenth, was asked to be taken into custody by the D.A., and allowed, yesterday, the D.A. interrogated her, and went to her home to search, to take the son’s notebook, notes, along with computer, etc. etc., etc., into custody; as she was taken to the local police station to be held overnight, the press asked, “Who is responsible for Tseung-Yu’s (the son’s) death?”, she’d replied, “YOU ARE!”; the press then inquired, “Is Chiao-Ming Chen also involved in this?”, she didn’t reply.
Huang had once refused to allow the investigative officers to take away her son’s notebook, said that that belonged to her son, that she wanted to keep it as a memorabilia. The D.A. told her, because the public believed that the eleven confessions found was suspected of being written by someone else other than her own son, that they needed a handwriting specialist to see, “We will return everything back to you later”, after she’d heard, she no longer insisted.
The press stood outside Huang’s residence, heard her asked the officers for water, and asked if her mother’s all right; the officers told her, “Your mother’s fine, she wanted you to face the events honestly, and tell the truth”, but Huang remained silent then.
The District Attorney’s Office’s Manager in Changhwa, Huang said, that on the day of the crime, the ten people, including Chen who’d gone in and out of the place had already been interrogated, that right now, they’d also interrogated Huang, along with Hsu, who’d helped taken the son to the hospital; after Hsu was called in to answer the questions, she was asked to go home, but was restricted to move around in her home only.
The D.A. had once placed tabs on the phones of the cult’s leader, Chen for three months, and, whether or not they’d gotten important evidence? Chen said that the D.A. had ruled out her involvement, by text message to the press; Chih-Yong Huang, however, replied, “NO COMMENT” to the press’s inquires on that.
Based off of understanding, the autopsy reports showed NO signs of drug use or abuse, that there were only external injuries on his limbs and body, the gnash was very deep, what killed him is still under investigation. The D.A. wanted to be thorough, so, they’d taken his hair samples, and sent in to further analysis, but the results hadn’t come out yet.
Chiao-Ming Chen’s family yesterday said, that Rui-Yueh Ming Gong is NOT a religious thing, that the participants merely stretched their bodies, and did breathing exercises, that it was more like Chi gong, that it wasn’t spiritual, that the outside sources had overanalyzed the issues.
Well, that, is the L-A-T-E-S-T, but, the real cause behind this teenage boy’s death is still UNCLEAR, and I imagine, that it WILL take very long, until the TRUTH comes busting out, and, this “religious group” IS a CULT, if you asked me, but, I know, I know: Who asked Y-O-U??? Exactly!!!