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The Police Officer Raped a Woman He’d Met from Online, After the Charges are Confirmed, He Will Kicked Off the Police Forces

Yeah, uh, what the @$#%?  This IS an officer of the L-A-W here, that’s, done something ILLEGAL, not to mention, IMMORAL too!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Highway Police Department officer, Lin, three years ago, using the lure of letting a female he’d met online borrow money to meet up, and asked her, “be my other wife”, then, drove her to an unpopulated area and raped her; the first and second trials found him guilty of forced sexual act, sentenced him to four years two months, the Highest Courts tossed back his appeals, case closed!

Lin originally worked in the Second Squad, Zao-Chiao Subunit, as the incident happened, he was transferred to the ninth, back then he’d wanted to retire, but because of the indictment by the D.A. the police forces halted his request of filing for retirement, he’d been suspended to date; the Highway Police Station stated yesterday, that as the verdict is received they will be filing for the termination of his work with the police unit, and they will be tracing the time of the day of the verdict to see the dates.

The verdict pointed out, in 2013, Lin met the woman on FB, four years later, because she’d needed money to pay her rent, she’d asked for a loan from him, they’d agreed to meet at a certain super convenience shop in Chiayi, later, Lin told the woman to take the high-speed rail to Miaoli to meet him.

As the woman arrived, Lin first used his cell phone to capture her on tape, then observed her from afar, then, texted her to go to a restaurant via a cab, then afterwards, he’d driven her around, to take her out for drinks, to eat, and he’d asked her repeatedly, “Do you want to be my spare”, “Do you want to go to a sauna with me?”, which the woman had turned down.

On the same evening at around seven, Lin drove the woman to a distant location on a road where almost nobody passes by, parked his car, and asked her to be his spare, the woman worried for her safety, and feign compliance later, Lin raped the woman with his fingers, and told her, “it’s a matter of time, since you’re, going to be my second wife!”

Afterwards, Lin threw a thousand dollars at the woman, and promised her that he’ll wire $100,000N.T. to her account; later the woman sent a photo of her own bank rosters to Lin said, “What does your conscience tell you?”, but Lin didn’t reply back, the woman went to get a rape kit, and called the police.

And so, this, is what men are all about, they TAKE advantage of a situation, and in this case, it’s a highway police who’d done this, and, because the woman owed him the money, he thought it was okay to RAPE her, and he treated her less than human, and he deserved a very harsh sentence for the crimes he’d committed, and he is, an AWFUL example of the police forces too!

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When the Name-Brand Car is Worth More than a Human Life: He’d Hit & Killed Someone with His Car, and Delayed on Paying the Cost, Used His Money to Buy Another Car First

This is how wayward the values are right now, when the worth of a HUMAN’s life isn’t as much as a god damn name-brand car!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man killed an adolescent motorist, Chang, and promised his families that he will pay not just the three-million dollars N.T. settlement, but another one million to settle the case, and he’d not fulfilled it, but, a month after the case, he’d, finished the last installment of $1.29 million N.T. for his high-end name brand car; the judge found that he had the money, and didn’t pay the family the settlement first, that he’d carried an awful attitude after he’d killed him, found him guilty of vehicular manslaughter, sentenced him to a year six months, and this can be appealed.

The 34-year-old Lee last year at around eight in the morn on October 9th, out on his small pickup, he’d wanted to turn left onto Yuemei Road from Kangchuan Road, he’d not let the cars going straight to have the right of way, causing the motorist, the adolescent, Chang to HIT the traffic, Chang sustained the severe head traumas and died, Lee turned himself in at the crash site to the police, the father of the adolescent lost his son, and sued Lee.

The judge believed that Lee had violated the traffic laws of right of way, fought to turn left, that he was, negligent; but the adolescent was speeding too, and he too, was, negligent.

The Cost of His Brand New Car was a LOT Higher than the Settlement He’d Agreed Upon with the Families

The courts considered that Lee had yet to reach a settlement agreement with the families of the victim, that he’d not promised any amount for their losses, and only stated, that other than the insurances, he was willing to pay another one million dollars N.T., and told the families, that he can only pay $300,000N.T. now, and, will pay in installment for the remaining $700,000N.T., at $100,000N.T. per month.

The judge found, that in just a month after the accident, Lee took out a loan of $1.29 million N.T.’s to pay for the final installment payment to buy a new car, and afforded a luxury sedan for himself of $1.39 million N.T.s, believed that he had the money, or was willing to buy another car for himself, but hadn’t made an effort to pay the families of the victim, and that the cost of the his brand new car was higher than the money promised to pay the families of the adolescent he’d killed.

The courts believed, that Lee did NOT only work hard to make it up to the families of the victim, he’d treated a young life he’d taken with such disregard, and said that he would be willing to pay for the damages in “installments”, compared to how he’d, paid up what he’d owed on the final car payments, it was like he was, giving a handout to the victim’s families.  The verdict found, that Lee carried that awful attitude, that it was shameful, that he’d needed to be punished severely, for him to remember and learn the lesson the hard way, to turn his twisted values systems back right again.

And so, this man’s behavior showed how he’d, DISRESPECTED life, how he’d, killed the teen, and carried a bad attitude, that he was, willing to pay for the final car payment, which was HIGHER than the settlement he’d reached with the family members of the young man he’d killed, in INSTALLMENTS, and he needed to get punished SEVERELY, for the BAD attitude, for his show of DISRESPECT, for taking a human life!

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Fountain Pen

Memories of those younger years of life, that stayed…translated…

My house is two streets away from my aunt’s.

Every morning, my mother would ride her bicycle to my aunt’s to do her laundry.  My aunt was the older sister of my mother, in order to help with our household finances, she’d hired my mother as a laundrymaid for over a decade now.

Although we lived only two streets apart, and both our families had the mansions, with the families of fours, but, everything in my aunt’s house had that scent of elegance to it.  In the daytime before I was school age, I’d gone on discovery trips at my aunt’s home, and that house that was built like a palace became as familiar as the back of my hand.

查看來源圖片with the ink level showing here…photo from online

First, the high-end sedan parked outside, that was one of the things my mother told me not to touch.  The fur draped over on the couch in the living room, the wine cabinets by the T.V., with the assortments of souvenirs from all over the world, the high-end chinaware, dinnerware on the dining tables in the kitchens.  Other than the marble floors, the staircases of the three-stories were all lined with carpeting, although later on, I’d realized, that it’s no fun, cleaning up the carpets, but it’d still showed how appearances were important in my aunt’s home.

And, of these places in the house, the den kept my interests the most.  There was a shelf that lined the walls, with the heavy volumes of encyclopedia, and the volumes that my uncle needed to flip through for his work, and there was also a family photo of my aunt on vacation abroad.  The other wall became a closet, with the name brand purse, bags, and elegant clothing stored inside, and my mother had been in awe, at how well my aunt had, kept her figure all these years.  On the other side of the study was my older cousin’s piano and my uncle’s desk, with the thick volumes of sheet music, and the documents, and they gave off that sense of elegance that was, beyond my grasp.  On the tea stand by the desk, was the projector and films that my uncle needed for his work, each of the film, after the colors were, extracted out, all became those weird, but attractive picture, a micro sort of mysteries of images.

What made the den even more elegant, was that window that faced out, in the daytime, the sun passed through the thick burgundy-colored drapes, the sapphire colored carpet became, deeper, and thicker, the silent piano keys showed the black and white contrast of the ivories, like they’re, lost in deep, meditation.

The place where my mother did the laundry was the add-on of the rooftop, where a healthy-coated, agile looking Shetland sheepdog was kept.  When I’d not explored downstairs, I’s sat quiet, as my mother did the laundry loads.  The umbrella, the penguin, the crocodile, my mother pointed out each and every one of the brand logos out to me, even the dirty socks, and soiled underwear that my older cousin wore, my mother washed them until they’re, completely, whitened with her two hands.

There were several times when I’d gone to eat the meals at my aunt’s, because of how serious and quiet my uncle was, along with how excellent my two older male cousins were, it’d made me feel, very, out-of-place, I’d hated to go home quickly.  After the meals, my older cousins never watched those shows that were for entertainments, but those science programs, I’d watched, but never understood what I was watching.

One day after the meals, my cousin led us into his father’s den, pulled out the drawer of the desk, and, took out a white pen mysteriously.  The pen was chubby, looked like a fountain pen, actually, on the other side, there was a blonde in a bathing suit, with the perfect curves.  We saw my cousin smiled that cunning smile, he’d, turned the pen upside down, and, the ink level declined, and, the woman’s swimsuit was, also gone with it, she was, nude.

Ever since I knew this secret, I’d often wait until my aunt and her family was away, took out the fountain pen from the drawers, and, turned the pen up and down repeatedly, like the grains of sand falling in an hourglass, so the woman can put on and take off her bathing suit repeatedly, to pass the long mornings.

And so, you’d, discovered this “secret” that your uncle had, and, I’m sure, that to your uncle, that pen is NOT just for the sake of writing, it fed into his need to see a nude woman, without your aunt’s knowing it…

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The Coaches from a Middle School Victimized Their Male Students, Three Students Were Sexually Molested by Them

Another POWER RAPE, of how this authority figure took advantage of his status!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Two male coaches from a certain middle school in Tainan was suspected of continually molesting the male students on the teams, after one of the male students was forced to fellate the coach, he’d started showing signs of trauma, that was when the whole case was known by the public; the Tainan Department of Education confirmed the accusations yesterday, and stressed that both male instructor had been cut out of the national teachers’ database, that they will NEVER be hired again, the police found there was at least, three victims, they’re still, investigating the case currently.

The city councilwoman Lin of the Nationalist Party in Tainan disclosed the news of the abuse, and questioned it at the mayor’s office, she believed, that there were over thirty students who are currently boarding at the school, and worried that there may be other victims who’d not dared say anything, and demanded that the city government to get to the bottom of this.

Based off of understanding, one of the male students started behaving weird in mid-April, as the homeroom instructor guided him and asked him, he’d told the homeroom instructor, “The coach fellated me”, the school immediately interviewed every member of the sports team, and found that there were, two other male students who were bear hugged, kissed and molested by their coach.

Based off of understanding, both male coaches showed homosexual tendencies, they shared a dorm in the school, from before, the school hadn’t found anything off when they’d interacted with the students, and after the molestation was known, it’d alerted the entire school, and the school called the professional counselors to help the students who were victimized.

The school stated, that after they confirmed that sexual molestation had occurred, they’d immediately asked the coaches to put themselves on leaves, and not show up at the school, and notified the Department of Education immediately, and after the thorough investigations, they’d, stopped the contracts of hiring on them already.

The head of the local Department of Education, Cheng stated, that they’d posted the coaches names out on the national database of unfitting school instructors, and the dormitories of the school’s not handling the matter properly will be punished.

And so, imagine the trials of life these young students had endured, and firing these mother FUCKERS (no need to pardon me here!), is inappropriate, these two LOSERS should be prosecuted and found guilty for doing what they did to the students they were coaching!

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The Families were Totally Unaware that the Nine-Year-Old Boy Was Carried Away by the Creek and Fished Out

How CARELESS this whole family was, thankfully though, this young boy didn’t DROWN, this time!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Nine-Year-Old Boy, Lin went with Six Other Members of His Family to a Barbecue by the Leopard Creek in Sanxia Two Days Ago, as He Was Trekking by the Creek, He Accidentally Fell into the Water, and Got Carried Away, He’d Floated, Struggled, Took in Water for Over Dozens of Meter Downstream, and Was Fished Out by the Red Cross Volunteers Who were There; Until the Families Were Notified by the Local Fire Department, the Boy Lifted Back to the Barbecue Site, Did They Become Aware, that He’d, Fallen into the Waters & Nearly DROWNED!

Two days ago, was summer solstice, Lin and his families went to the Leopard Creek in Sanxia to swim; at around four in the afternoon, the families were barbecuing by the creek, Lin was left unattended, playing on his own, and accidentally fell into the water.

like, this???photo from online

Lin floated downstream, and his families didn’t know it back then, the Red Cross volunteer, Lin was close by, saw Lin struggling with his arms out of water, looked like he was drowning, he’d immediately leapt into the water, and embraced the boy in his arms; and the firefighter who was on duty, keeping the safety, Chang also went up to help, used the bamboo stick for Wang to grab a hold onto, to help both the boy and Wang back to shore.

Wang told, that the child had floated about over dozens of meters downstream, that he’d not called for help because he took in too many gulps of water, and can only wave his arms, without a second thought, he’d, leapt in.  Chang told, that thankfully, the water wasn’t too rapid, that he’d found the boy in time, and if he’d floated another two meters down, he may fall from a two-meter high waterfall, and the results, unimaginable.

As the boy was rescued up, he was in shock, but was still conscious, the firefighters took him back to his families, and that was when the families learned that he’d been taken away by the rushing streams, and almost fell down the waterfall; after the firefighters warned them, they took the child to the hospital to check if he was all right.

Another three-year-old boy, Tseng was looking at some fish by the Leopard Creek two afternoons ago, and accidentally fell in, the parents cried out for help, the alert firefighters close by immediately tossed the floatation device to the child, and pulled him back to safety.

There are multiple drowning accidents by this creek every year, the fire department stated, that the temperatures are rising up higher and higher, and the people are coming to the creeks to swim by increasing numbers, that as the parents take their children to swim, they MUST keep a close eye on the children.

thank heavens, however, this particular case did not end…查看來源圖片like this!  Phoot from online

So, this is pure NEGLECT!  I mean, how the FUCK (don’t pardon me!) can you possibly NOT know that a kid from your family was missing, oh yeah, because you adults are way too busy, watching that FIRE pit of the barbecue, that you failed to pay attention to your own young, and this time, he was, lucky enough, that there were firefighters downstream, who got to him in time, and the next time?  He just not might get lucky, and you fucking (no need to pardon here!) parents still don’t got a SINGLE C-L-U-E???  Wow, are you all just, @#$%ING (maxed out!) retarded, or are you all just way too, @#$%ING, retarded here???

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The Man on Parole Had Gotten Intoxicated Behind the Wheels, the Judge Gave Him a Free Pass Seeing How He Was Taking Care of His Own Older Brother & Raising His Own Grandson

Leniency for drunk-driving, because of his conditions, the LAW does, have a heart after all!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The parolee on drugs, Liu was caught riding out on his scooter intoxicated, sentenced to two months; he’d appealed, the judge thought he had a job, took care of his older brother with polio, and helped raised his own two grandsons, that after his release on drug charges, he’d not committed any serious offenses, considered the terms of parole, “gave him a free pass”, based off of penal code number 61, case closed.

The verdict pointed out, last year in the late evening of September 26th, after Liu consumed two cans of beer, rode his scooter home, was stopped by the police, his breathalyzer test showed 0.38, was charged for public endangerment.  The D.A. asked for a simplified verdict, the first trial gave him two months, which he could pay the fines and not served the time.  Because Liu was a parolee on drugs, he’d feared that his parole might be taken away, that he may get sent back into prison again, and appealed to overturn the verdict.

In the second trial, Liu showed great remorse for drunk driving, hoped the judge could give him another chance, that he shall, NEVER do anything criminal again; he said that as he was paroled, he’d found a proper job, reported to the officer regularly, made $25,000N.T. per month, and the money goes to pay for his older brother who’s in a nursing home because of polio, and he also took care of his two grandchildren, and if he gets sent back into prison, then, there will be nobody taking care of his kin.

Liu’s daughter also testified on his behalf, that as he paroled out he’d worked as a plumber/electrician, they were close; she has two children, her husband, unemployed, her father worried about them not having enough, and would give her the money to help out, and would watch her kids for her too from time to time.

And so, this man was trying to set his life straight after he served his time, and, this time he had a bit too much to drink, and got caught, violated his terms of parole, and feared that he was going to get sent back into prison, and his families will not be taken care of, that’s why he’d appealed, and the judge took into considerations how he was setting his life straight after his release, and gave him a free pass.

 

 

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The Officer Extorted the Sex Workers, Sentenced to Twelve Years in Prison

Yeah, this is exactly like those MOBS, taking the protection moneys from the local businesses, isn’t it???  And you work for the law enforcement agencies too!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former police officer from Zhongli Substation in Taoyuan Lee, after arresting a prostitute, through the middleman, he’d extorted money from the sex operations, the first trial gave Lee ten years eight months on encroachment, the second trial found that Lee was a law enforcement official, and received the bribes, and lengthened his sentence to twelve years, the Highest Courts tossed back Lee’s appeals yesterday, the case is closed, and Lee must serve the time in prison.

Based off of understanding in September of 2016, Lee arrested the prostitute, Tang in Zhongli, and found that she worked under the pimp, Lin, and who was the connected by his girlfriend’s godbrother as a middleman, invited Lin to meet up, which Lin told them, “Your business is flourishing, and you don’t think about paying the fees for me to keep your business under wraps”  “You shall get what’s coming if you don’t pay me the fees”!

And so, the culprit is still money here, because it seemed easy, to extort those pimps for money, so you had, and because they needed you to hush up about their business, they’re, willing to pay the prices, and you too the bribes, and now, you will be serving HARD time for it!

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Every Time He Came, Crawling Back…

Every time he came, crawling back, against your better sense, you’d, always let him in!  Every time he came, crawling back, he’d, looked for that soft place to land, ‘cuz he’d, bumped into the world too hard, and got, one too many, “boo-boos”!  And, just like a GOOD mama does FOR her BABY boys: you’d, kissed HIM on his “boo-boo”, to make it, all better!

Every time he came, crawling back, you’d, always, opened up the door, soon as you heard his, footsteps approaching, and he didn’t even have to knock first.  Every time he came, crawling back, you’d, opened your arms in warm welcome…

begging for forgiveness here!  Photo from online

Every time he came, crawling back, he knew, just what to bring you, a dozen dozen long-stem red roses (that’s a total of 144!), that box of, sweets (caramels, chocolates, and whatever else there may be???), to apologize for what he’d, done wrong.

Every time he came crawling back, you’d, whispered underneath your breaths: never again!  And yet, the next time he came crawling back, you’ll, let him back in, just the same, wouldn’t you???  Of course you would, as he knew your, soft spot and, he’d, played you, like that fiddle on a string!

And you still don’t have a single clue?  Wow, are you stupid, or are you just, plain, D-U-M-B here, woman!!!

查看來源圖片this, is what you need!  illustration from online

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What is Taken Away from Your Education?

Lessons we learned, from school, from our own, experiences in life, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Recently I’d made the speeches at the schools, as the speech ended, a parent led two children to before me.  “Professor, I was your student, do you still remember me?”  This was every instructor’s nightmare, I’d, worked really hard, to think back on all the students, and just, couldn’t, recall her name; but I’d still smiled and told her, “let me think!”, as she’d heard me say this, her smile did not fade, she’s not, disappointed one bit, but her second-grade daughter looked up at her innocently, “Mom, your teacher can’t remember you!”

I felt very awkward after hearing, before I could reply, she’d immediately told her child, “Do you know how many students the professor’s had?  How can she remember every one, but, so long as I remember her!”, then, she’d, started speaking of her middle school careers, that with the problems she’d, faced in life then, how I’d, given her the advices she’d needed, “because you’d, counseled me, teacher, so I will, never forget you, as I saw the flyer on the seminar, I was so excited to come, to thank you.” as she’d told me, I still, can’t quite, remember her, but, I’d felt, very touched by her words.

The following day, a student used the communication app to contact me, this particular student had been, hurt by a certain teacher, he’d come back to me to tell me about what happened, to seek out my counsel, it took me sometime, but I’d, accompanied him, helped him out; back then, I’d, encouraged him: you need to turn what happened to you, into your driving force, if there’s a chance, you must, help those who’d been hurt like you had.  Back then he’d told me, that he will, work hard, to become a teacher who can, help his students.  In his final year of high school, he wrote me that with his grades, there was, NO chance he will ever be a school teacher, so, he was, willing, to become, a serviceman, to fight to protect the country.

And now, many years afterwards, he’d, shared with me everything he’d weathered through in the armed services, and he’d, mentioned what happened to him again back in middle school, and stressed to me, that even though he wasn’t, highly ranked, he will use his past as a teacher, to NEVER make the mistakes his middle school instructor had made.

After I’d read, although I’d felt glad, but, I couldn’t help but feel: that the first woman told me, “so long as I remember you!”.  It symbolized, I don’t’ need your affirmations from your memories, but I will remember, that was, the demands that one made of, one’s own, characters, to never forget to be, thankful.  While the second student, couldn’t forget about the shame, but he’d not, selected, to take revenge, instead, he’d, turned his shame into something he could, learn from, to remind himself, to NEVER shame another like he’d been, shamed.  Think on his, how many people we will meet, how many things we can, encounter, in our, lifetimes!

Who remembered us, it isn’t, that important, what’s important is who we remembered?  Well, it’s, not that important either, the important being WHY we remember who or what we remember?  Those that happened, those whom we remembered, what were their, influenced on us?  From these two students, I saw the choices of attitude, how they’d, chosen to make themselves feel happy, how by choosing to forgive, it’d, given him peace, to use the past as a mirror to reflect, to have a life without regrets, what, will you, choose?

And so, this, is something worth pondering on, what, do you remember when you graduated?  I’m sure, that it’s not the course load, the books, the materials, or even what you’d made on your exams, it’s the experience of learning, of accumulating the knowledge, of the lessons that life teaches us that we will, carry with us from here on out.

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The Married Disciplinary Official at a Technical High School Openly Proclaimed His Love for a Female Student, It’d Cost Him $400,000N.T.

Because he’s the adult, and she, his, student!  With, absolutely, NO sense of no right and wrong, cheating, carrying, that high C-O-S-T!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A former disciplinary official of a technical high school disregarded that he was already married, had an affair with a female student in the school, and, posted on FB their status, “Going Steady Right Now”, with the photos of them puckering up to kiss, and stated, “it’s odd this connection we’d come to share, so grateful for you in my life, I love you”; He’s wife sued in the civil courts for the damages to her marriage, the Kaohsiung District Courts found He and the female student to pay a total of $400,000N.T. to the man’s wife.

Based off of understanding, two years ago, He opened up his relationship status with the female student, “Going Steady”, boldly stated that he loves her, and even posted the photos of the two of them traveling to Japan together, and said, “I want to take you on trips, I love you”; the female student posted her replies back to him on FB, “we shall go on that honeymoon trip next year”, “This trip was more than worth it because of you”, the two of them posted the photos of them, intimate together.

He’s wife found out about his affair, accused him of having an affair, that he was, open about his affair with the female student, it’d, caused her to be under turmoil emotionally, and psychologically, that her right as his spouse was, clearly, impacted, she’d sued for half a million dollars N.T. for the emotional distress.

Toward his own wife’s accusations, He covered the female student repeatedly, said that the young girl was only starting to experience what love is, that she’d not known about the breaching of the right of another’s spouse, claimed, “She too, is a victim!”, that she shouldn’t be sued for his cheating on his own wife; the judge believed, that back then, the female student must’ve already known about the rights of a man and woman in a marriage, that she needed to shoulder up partial of the responsibilities.

He then accused of his own wife of nickeling and diming the expenses, that she’d, controlled the money in the house, “our relationship was based solely off of money”, that she’d refused to sleep in the same bed, causing their love to grow thin.

The courts believed, that He and his wife were married for over twenty years, that even if his wife was stingy, it’s, not odd from a family’s angle; while He could spend a ton of money, taking the female student to Japan to travel, he has, more than enough money, but he’d, become stingy when it came to his wife’s household, and children’s, expenses.  “This is unreasonable”.

The verdict pointed out, that from the contents on FB, the way the student and teacher related to one another, was too intimate, surpassing what was normal between normal school instructor and student, to the point of resembling that of a married couple, that it’d, severely, damaged the right of He’s wife; the judge had grilled He, being a school instructor, he’d, used the innocence the teen has toward love, to have an extramarital affair with the student, with absolutely, NO sense of remorse, found that they student and teacher needed to pay a total of $400,000N.T.

Based off of understanding, He had let his post at the school two years ago, and shortly afterwards, the female student dropped out, on reasons of medical leave.

And so, clearly, this man had, used this young woman’s crush on him, and took advantage of her, although, she’s not, entirely, faultless, nor blameless, because it still takes TWO to T-A-N-G-O, and he got sued by his own wife, and what’s worse was he was so open in proclaiming to the rest of the outside world, that he was in love with the student, totally, disregarding the feelings, the RIGHT of his wife, and he deserved to get S-U-E-D, and this young woman is too innocent, too stupid, and that she was, equally to blame for breaking up this man’s family.

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