The Woman Committed Arson Out of Anger, Nearly Caused Her Own One-Year-Old Daughter to Die

Just needed to, VENT here, and you’d, scapegoated, and, almost killed your own, one-year-old child!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

She Had a Fight with Her Husband, Her In-Laws, Youngest Sister Took the Young Daughter to Escape, the D.A.’s Office Charged the Woman with Attempted Murder

The woman, Yang had a fight with her husband, Tseng, the following day she crashed her scooter, and her husband didn’t show any care and concerns toward her, led her to become, even more, upset, she’d gotten angered, gone to the gas station, bought a total of 6.8 liters of gasoline, ran back to the betel nut stand her husband operated, but couldn’t find him there, and disregarded that her in-laws, her youngest sister-in-law, along with her own one-year-old young daughter inside, poured gas over the place, and, set the fire, the fire quickly spread out, the in-laws carried the young granddaughter, made it out, recently, the woman was charged with attempted murder domestic violence, and the D.A. asked the courts to increase the severity of her punishment based off of the children and adolescent protective laws.

The district attorneys office and police investigated, the twenty-six-year-old woman, Yang had a verbal altercation with her husband on small matters in life on November 28th of last year, the following evening, she rode her child out, and crashed, at the hospital, she’d called Tseng, wanted him to come and help her sort through the matter, but Tseng was still angry with her, refused, and, dodged her.

In her own emotional instability, Yang got angered, on the night of the 29th of the same month, she’d picked up a plastic keg on the roads, went to the local gas station, bought 6.4 liters worth of gasoline, rushed back to the betel nut stand run by her own in-laws in the park of Dayuan District in Taoyuan, to settle it with her husband.

But Tseng wasn’t at the stand, and Yang got even angrier, disregarded how her own in-laws, her youngest sister-in-law, as well as her own, one-year-old daughter inside the cargo container shopfront, she’d first, poured gas on the parking pen, used a lighter, then, lit things up, the fire spread quickly to the cargo trailer, causing the electric appliances inside, as well as a scooter parked close by to be damaged.

As Yang saw the fire quickly spread, she ran off, and her in-laws, at the sound of the fire alarm sounding off, they ran outside to look, and found that fire had started, they’d, immediately, dashed outside with their own young granddaughter.

The police reviewed over the surveillance, and arrested Yang, took into evidence the receipt that Yang got from buying the gas at the station, and the fire department investigated and believed that the fire was an arson.

As the district attorneys interrogated, Yang admitted to setting the fire, and stated that she knew her in-laws, and her one-year-old young daughter, but didn’t know that her sister-in-law was there too, as the D.A. asked, if she knew the severity of the result of her arson, she’d stated, “I’m aware, that someone can die.”

The district attorney’s office believed, that Yang was aware of her own crime, that she’d broken the laws of domestic violence, attempted murder, and arson, and because she’d broken multiple laws with one crime, they’re looking at charging her on the counts separately.

And so, this, is the results of the woman’s scapegoating, her taking her anger out from the fight with her husband out, on the properties owned by his families, she’d committed arson, and let anger took over her, and now, she’s, faced with, criminal charges, and she’d, almost murdered her own young daughter too, and this still just showed, how violent women can also get, and the fight and her husband’s not apologizing to her, were, the, final straws, there must’ve been, built up, because you don’t suddenly become, an arsonist that commits murder in one instant.

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