The Boy that Fell from the Thirteenth Floor Window WAS Thrown Out by a Grown Up

From the Front Page Sections, translated…

The sixth grade boy, Hsu two nights ago, fell from the topmost floor, the thirteenth, to his death, in his community, the police found, that he was bear-hugged by a mentally retarded man, Jiang, and tossed, from the thirteenth floors, and when Jiang was taken into the police station, he’d stared, straight into space, didn’t even KNOW he’d done a bad thing.

The family of the deceased when to the place where the child had died, to call on his spirits, cried, “My son, please, come back to us”, it was heart wrenching to see. The family stated, that the son is very well-behaved, that they couldn’t believed that he’d picked on Jiang, suspected that their son was beaten by the other elementary school kids who were gathered there at the time, hoped the police would look into the matter.

The subprecinct in Taoyuan found, that the sixth grade student, Hsu, was playing with Jiang (age 23), Wang (age 20), along with Chiao, plus two more kids from his elementary school, and they’d decided to go to their friend, Li’s house to visit.

Chiao and others claimed, that the five males and a female had gone downstairs, someone told Hsu, “You’re asking for it”, and the entire group had gone up to the topmost floor, for a “confrontation”. Hsu the sixth grader, and Wang started arguing and they started calling each other bad names, Wang was angered, and he’d put the coat over Hsu’s head, then, beaten him, and had whipped Hsu’s right leg with an iron stick.

The three playmates told, that after Wang had done, beaten up the sixth grader, he’d gone downstairs with them, leaving only Jiang up there. Jiang claimed that he took over, beating Hsu up, Hsu was fighting back, and begging him to stop, in the end, he’d bear-hugged him, dragged Hsu to the side of the walls, and, threw him down from the thirteenth floor.

Afterwards, the police arrested Jiang, along with four others, the three elementary school students who were there said, that they saw the two older guys beating on their friend, they went downstairs, and didn’t see what happened next, or how Hsu had been thrown off the building. Some of the neighbors claimed, that Jiang and Wang pushed Hsu off the buildings together.

The police found out, that both Jiang and Wang had mental illnesses, and both are registered as such; Wang claimed, that after he and Hsu got into an altercation, he’d beaten him up, and then, left, that he didn’t push Hsu off. Jiang said, “I was picked on by Hsu, and I got angry”, but he didn’t say why he threw Hsu off the building, to kill him. After interrogations, the police booked Jiang on murder charges, and Wang on damages.

The police pointed out, that Jiang and Hsu had known each other for over a year, that Jiang was 5’6, weighed over 140 pounds, and Hsu was only 4’9, he couldn’t have fought him off, that, was why he was “thrown off” the building.

And so, that, still showed how you should NEVER provoke someone, with a history of mental illness, and plus, the man has issues, he didn’t even KNOW what he’d done, and so, WHOSE fault is it??? Certainly NOT mine, because I HAD a bulletproof, SOLID A-L-I-B-I………

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2 responses to “The Boy that Fell from the Thirteenth Floor Window WAS Thrown Out by a Grown Up

  1. I am not sure where you are getting your info,
    but great topic. I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more.
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    • Some of the stuff I’d blogged about, i’d found in the newspapers, while others, they’re strictly from my own imagination, glad i could offer insights on things you’re wondering about, thanks for reading.

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