With $5.51 Million Cash in Question, the Police Officer Found to Have Been Laundering Money, Sentenced to a Year

Considering how this man is a police officer, and knowing the law, and breaking it, he should’ve, received, a longer, a harsher, sentence, knowing the law and breaking it, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The police sergeant from Longtan Substation of Taoyuan City Police Department, Chang received the amount of $5.51 million N.T. from unknown sources, deposited the amount by portions into his own account, and in a short month’s time, he’d used the ATM to make 333 withdrawals; Chang claimed that he was borrowing the amount from his eldest brother, that the withdrawals were to pay up the debts from gambling, the Taoyuan District Court believed that his statements were inconsistent, and, charged him on money laundering sentenced him for a year, this can be appealed.

The D.A.s Special Office investigated, that Chang started working as a sergeant of the traffic department of Longtan Police substation, made about $70,000N.T. per month, from July 1 to August 5 of 2017, Chang deposited a little over $5.51 million N.T. in parts into the banks, the post office using the ATM, then, took out the withdraws 257 times and 76 times, to the remaining cash of both account having only $349N.T.s and $599 N.T.s.  the D.A. believed, that Chang was using this method, to dodge the seventh and ninth rule of anti-money laundering law, pressed charges.

During the trial, Chang claimed that he owed debts and took out a loan from his eldest brother and sister-in-aw in over four million dollars N.T. of the amount, three million dollars N.T. were at home, but later he’d felt, that the ATM deposits are quite convenient, that he’d withdrawn so much because he’d lost a ton of money in the mahjong games he’d played, denied the allegations of money laundering.  Chang’s eldest brother and sister-in-law testified, that Chang brought up splitting up the assets, they’d wired a total of four million dollars N.T. to him sporadically since 2014.

The courts believed that Chang claimed he’d owed three million dollars N.T. that his pay were deducted, but, not used the amount he’d borrowed to pay the debts, that he’d, deposited $5.51 million N.T.s in only a little over a month’s time, surpassing what he’d made in wages.  That had he’d actually, owed the amounts back in 2014, he’d delayed the payments until 2018, then, made the frequent deposits, that his actions were, questionable.

That Chang chose not to go to the counters of the banks to deposit the amounts in huge sums, instead, used the ATMs to deposit on many occasions, and didn’t explain where he’d gotten the five million dollars N.T., that he’d used the ATM to withdraw anywhere from $100,000N.T. to $300,000N.T., clearly showed, that he was, dodging the bank teller.

The courts considered that Chang is a police officer, that he should’ve been aware of the anti-money laundering laws, but had, broken the laws, and, received the unreasonable amounts, evaded the rules, that his behavior helps the money laundering behaviors get worse, that it’d, affected the society, and denied his own involvements in the process, sentenced him to a year in prison on specialized money laundering charges.

And so, this officer’s claims about the money was, unreasonable, and clearly, he was, laundering money, an he got charged with it, and, he got caught, which still showed, how easy it is, for an officer of the law, to try to work his way around the law, using the knowledge he had of what’s legal and what’s not, and how you will get CAUGHT, if you do something bad.

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