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The Three Former Police Station Managers Found Not Guilty of the Case of Encroachment of the Fourteen Officers Who were Involved in the Case

Officers who fell, AT the face, of temptation, and temptation took the form of???  M-O-N-E-Y this time, I mean, who CAN, say no to that, right???  On crime and punishment here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Zhongshan Substation of the Taipei City Police Department’s getting the pay-off from the bar-brothel continually, the former station manger, Lin, Liu, Yang, and a total of fourteen members of the forces, were charged on corruption; the Taipei District Court read its decisions yesterday, the three former station managers and one officer received the “not guilty” verdicts, while ten patrol officers were found guilty, of them, six were given the jail sentences of over ten years, the heaviest punishment was sixteen years of prison, this can be appealed.

Of the officers found guilty, Hou received $1.88 million N.T.s, sentenced to sixteen years; Wu received $365,000N.T. receiving fourteen years; Ji with $270,000N.T. sentenced to fourteen years, Ma’s $580,000N.T. got him thirteen years; Chuang’s $520,000N.T., twelve years and a half, Chen received $40,000N.T., he’d received the severe sentence of ten years ten months, Yen got eight years for taking $225,000N.T.s, while the rest of the officers who were involved were fined, and suspended from their police officer posts for five to six years total.

While for the officers who’d, pleaded guilty, and turned in the money they received, the ones who’d complied with the investigations, all received lighter punishments, of them, Tseng took $155,000N.T., Yang got $620,000N.T., Gao received $630,000N.T.s, they received an average of two years of prison, suspension from their police officers’ statuses for four years and given five years of probation.

The three former station managers, and the officer, Huang were all found, not guilty.  The D.A.’s original indictment stated, that they received an anonymous call from “Wu”, whistleblowing the police substation’s taking in the bribes from the bars, as Lin received the reports, he’d, shown excessive concerns toward the bars, and was suspected of taking the money from the bars, but, the judge believed, that because the courts couldn’t positively identify the whistleblower, “Wu”, that the courts can’t decide, based off of situation solely, whether or not Lin was involved; Yang, Liu, and Huang were found to have been involved in the case, but, the reports of their involvements were, flawed, and so, they all received not-guilty verdicts.

The owners of the bar, Wu, Hu, Huang, Yang, Lee, and Lee were bribing the police stations, they received the sentences of anywhere between seven months to two years, and received two to five years of probation; the verdict found, that Wu took the total amounts of pimping out the women a total of over $47,000,000N.T.s, that Hu had made over $24,000,000 N.T.s, Huang made over $22,000,000 N.T.s, all of the money they’d made illegally, were confiscated by the government now.

And so, this still just showed, how when something seemed like an opportunity presented itself to you, it’s usually not, because these men got enticed by the money, they took the bribes, and, they ended up found guilty, and because they were police officers, their punishments are naturally, heavier, because they are, the officers of the LAW themselves, and they’d, broken the laws, and naturally, they deserve an even HARSHER sentence, compared to if an ordinary citizen had, committed this sort of a crime!

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In the Arcade Gambling Case, the Officers Split Up the Hush Money, Found Guilty, Sentenced to Sixteen Years

A higher-ranking POLICE officer, breaking the LAWS, and for what, a little kickback!  How money is, so enticing here!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

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The former higher ranking police officer, Lee, while he was working as the head of the specialty task force with a high rank, took the bribes from the arcade owners, and he is imprisoned now; he’d, given up the assistant head of the department, Lin, who’d, split up the money from the arcade owners; Lin stated that he was only trying to help Lee, which was why he’d, admitted to taking the kickbacks, the High Subsidiary Courts in Kaohsiung found Lin guilty of embezzlement, sentenced him to sixteen years in prison.

Lin, who’d been taken off police duty with his wife and other members of his family came to court to hear the verdict, he was worked up, told, that Lee gave the bribes to the woman he was having an affair with, in order to protect the money, that was why he’d, made the false accusations, that there’s the communication records of what was being said, and that the courts found him guilty, based, solely off of Lee’s testimonies, without direct evidence, that he will, appeal to turn over the verdict.

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Lee was accused of taking bribe from the arcade owners through receiving money from his subordinates, Yeh and Peng, who are both, fired from the police department now; Lee had taken the bribes twenty-one times, with the amount of a total of $11.44 million N.T.s.

As Lee was indicted, he claimed that he’d, split up the bribes he’d received from the arcade owners with the assistant lieutenant, Lin, and although Lin denied it, said that Lee’s accusations were to help himself get off easy, he’d not turned the bribe money from the arcade shops that Lin received, which was why he was still, charged with corruption.

The judge believed, that Lin while he directed the task force, had the right to assign his subordinates to check the arcades for gambling, he was the primary executor of the activities, that he’d, played a vital role, that the case couldn’t have been covered up so well, with only Lee working to, that he probably, received at least HALF of the bribe money from the arcade owners, he’d, gone against his call of duty, and gave him sixteen years in prison, and stripped him of his status in the force for six years.

In October of 2016, the district attorney’s office of Kaohsiung started investigating the cases of the police department’s looking the other way in the arcade gambling case, back then, Lee was just, promoted to the assistant director of the Sanming Second Substation, and because his testimonies are vital for the convictions, after his sentence was, reduced, he received six years, four months in prison, he’d started serving his prison term this February; the former police officer, Yeh received a year and a half, and, the former patrol officer’s indictment, is still, pending right now.

And so, this, is what made these officers, break the law, for a little, extra money, they’d, broken the law, AS, police officers, and, they should get heavier sentences, as a warning, to those who are, about to, break the law, and this still just showed, how even the police can be, tempted, by money, to break the laws!

 

 

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The Former Judge Who’d Hired a Call Girl, Still Didn’t Change His Nature, During His Hospitalization, He’d, Grabbed a Nurse’s Behind

Apparently, you just, can’t CHANGE the NATURE of a L-O-S-E-R, NO matter WHAT his profession is! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former high court judge, Kao, was relieved of his duties as a judge, due to many improper behaviors including soliciting, he was accused of grabbing a female nurse’s buttocks while he was being treated in the hospitals; Yang claimed he was immobilized, that he and the nurse interacted as any patient and nurse had, the D.A.’s office in Taipei reviewed over the surveillance footages, and believed he’d, touched the woman intentionally, and charged him with breaking the laws against sexual harassment.

The sixty-six year-old Yang, received his judgeship as a member of the sixteenth justice program, while he worked as a judge of the highest court, he was caught, for having rented a property to use it as a personal accommodation center, set up the workshops, and started selling the antiques on the side, and while during his workhour, he’d even, gone out of his office, to hire hookers, he was relieved of his duties as a judge by the committee.

The D.A. investigated, during July this year, Yang was accused of having cervical spinal surgery up north, during his time of observation after his surgical procedure, he’d grabbed a nurse in the hallway of the hospital ward, and ran his hand from her buttocks to her thighs, the female nurse was so thrilled, she’d, wheeled him back into his hospital room immediately. Yang even requested the woman to take off her surgical mask so he could see how pretty she looked, stated, “You have such a pretty face, it’s such a shame, that you let your surgical mask block it.”

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The nurse was angered, and reported to the hospital, then filed a complaint against him, during the interrogations, Yang denied the sexual harassment charges, claimed because he couldn’t bend over, he’d needed to tell her his back ached, that was why he’d, reached his hands out, and touched to show where he was hurting; the woman was wearing trousers, and he wasn’t able, to touch any of her skin.

As for his asking her to remove her surgical mask, Yang claimed it was because he wanted to know what she looked like, so he could say “hi” back to her when he sees her again; the D.A. reviewed over the surveillance footages, found that they are no more than a meter apart, Yang could bend down, and touch her buttocks.

The D.A. believed that Yang was trying to get out of being punished for sexual misconduct, and that he’d worked as a judge, he couldn’t have not known, what constitutes as sexual harassment, he was charged, of sexual misconducts as he should be.

And so, this still just showed, how you MOTHER FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!) LOSERS still can’t KEEP your FUCKING HANDS to YOURSELVES, because she is a female nurse in her uniform skirt, she deserved to get GRABBED in the ass, is that it? And surely enough, this LOSER got charged, and hopefully, he’ll be, serving a LONG sentence for his sexual misconduct, and he should be punished, MORE severely, compare to if a layperson being charged with the same crimes, because he’s a JUDGE himself!

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The Judge Took $100,000N.T. in Money for the Deceased from a Drug Dealer’s Wife, Sentenced to TEN Years

Knowing the law, and you still, BROKE it, wow, are you, STUPID or something, or, are you just, too tempted, huh???  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former judge of the Hualien High Subsidiary Court, Lin was accused of receiving $100,000N.T. in offering money for the dead on his own father’s funeral, in exchange for giving her husband a not guilty verdict, the retrial of the High Courts found Lin guilty of corruption, sentenced him to ten years, and fined him $1.2 million N.T.s, stripped of his judgeship for five years, and, the money he’d received from the bribes, confiscated by the government.  The other judges criticized him for shaming the justice department, for giving the judges a bad rap.

Lin served as a judge of the Hualien High Subsidiary Courts during the 1999 to 2010 terms, he retired with the title of office manager of the Hualien County Council’s legal control offices.  There were, many debates of his behaviors during his time as a judge, other than the case involving the drug dealer, Tseng, he was also accused of allowing the man, Lee who was diagnosed with tuberculosis out on a $1.7 million N.T. bail, he’d been sentenced to thirteen years by the courts, but last year, the High Courts changed his verdict to not-guilty, the D.A. is in the process, of filing an appeal to the Highest Court on the case right now.

Lin was accused of while working as a criminal court judge during 2006, on the case involving Tseng, when the captain from the local police investigations Wang told him that Tseng’s wife was willing to pay him, hoping that the turnout of the case will be in Tseng’s favors, and, set up Tseng’s wife and Lin to meet at a karaoke in Hualien, and there was also, the secret company of Lin’s, Chen present too, the four made a pact, Lin left his business card, Chen and Tseng’s wife traded their phone numbers during the time.

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During the trial, Lin advised Tseng’s wife what sort of a strategies she could use to help her husband to get a lighter sentence, and collected the evidence that was in Tseng’s favor under the tables, and told Tseng’s wife of the progressions of her husband’s case.  And Tseng’s wife had, given the wines, to Chen who was a “confidant” to Lin too, in May of 2007, Tseng’s wife gave a $100,000N.T. using the cause of his father’s death, to give to him.

By the end of the year, when Tseng, the drug dealer was being sentenced, of the charges, selling a level one controlled substances, he was given the sentence of “not guilty”, while on the charges of selling a level two controlled substances, the sentence of nine years was, maintained, the Highest Courts tossed back the not-guilty verdict of the level one controlled substance back to the district courts, and Tseng received only eight years for it.  In 2010, Tseng escaped to China, and in March of 2012, Tseng died on the run, and his wife felt displeased at how she’d already, “spent so much money”, and still, her family got torn apart, she’d, decided, to tell the courts of what had happened in sum.

Yeah uh, hello,, apparently, MONEY is still, what makes this world goes ‘round based off of this BAD example of this bad judge, he’d taken the bribes, from a drug dealer’s wife, to get him off easy, and, he’d, given the tips to the man’s wife on how to plea, how to manipulate the systems, and, he took in the bribes, for his services to help the dealer get off easy, and it wasn’t until that the dealer had died on the RUN, did his widow decide to come out…

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The Star of Tomorrow in the Police Department Suspected of Taking Kickbacks from the Brothels

A TRULY BAD example, of police officers here, knowing the law, AND breaking it, all because of M-O-N-E-Y!!!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Taipei District Attorney’s Office reviewed the case of the Zhongshan Police Substation’s overlooking the operations of the sex shops, and found, that the former executive sergeant, Wu, was suspected of overlooking the brothels in his district while he was working in the local areas, and he took in bribe of $15,000N.T. per month, the district attorneys called Wu to their offices yesterday.  Wu denied being involved, the district attorneys believe he was evasive in his answering the inquiries, and, after they’d interrogated him, they set his bail at half a million dollars, and the former sergeant of the same station was out on bail of $700,000N.T.s, both men’s passports were turned in, to prevent flight risk.

The D.A. investigated and found, that there were FIVE members of this police substation who’d not only overlooked the operations of the brothels in their area, but also protected the male sex workers in certain whorehouses, so the men can keep on selling, from 2007 to 2016, the police officers at the station took in around seven million dollars N.T. worth of bribe.  After the District Attorney’s Offices indicted the officer Tseng at the start of this year, they’d zoomed in on the lead, that led them to suspect that Wu, Ho, Gao, and Yang were taking in bribes, Gao and Yang turned themselves in to the D.A.’s Office, and were both out on $200,000N.T.s bail and restricted from going abroad.

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Based off of investigations, Wu was accused of overlooking the operations of the famous brothels on Linseng N. Road, and, the male prostitutes who’d accompanied the female guests out, were paid anywhere from $6,000 N.T. to $8,000N.T. each time.

Wu is an entry level officer, he’d worked in the specialized task squads, later he tested into the police college, last July he was transferred to the executive units, worked in areas of scanning for the sex industry operations.  He was perceived as a star of tomorrow in the police department, and now, he’d, ruined his own future.

The case all started, with how the local substation took the bribes of $40,000N.T. a month, to overlook the Japanese-Style bar’s operations in the sex trade, the Taipei D.A.’s Office last year took the former substation manager, Lin along with nine other officers into custody, there were seven officers who’d denied having taken the bribes, the D.A. is asking the judge to give them all heavy sentences.

The Taipei District Court not long ago set the bails for Lin and six other officers at $300,000N.T. to $1,200,000N.T.’s, and demanded that they don’t contact one another who are involved in the case, primary reason being, how the D.A. is still gathering the evidence in the case of Wu’s overlooking the operations of the man whore shops, and recently, they’d, gained valid evidence against him.

And so, this, is how someone gets enticed by money, and, these men, threw away a perfect career with the police forces, for what?  A few dollars, and now, they’re not just, getting fired, they’re also, looking at doing some HARD time for taking in the bribes, and, these sex shops are really bad too, in thinking, that they can PAY off the police to look the other way so they can, keep on operating.

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To Make Their Quotas, the Police are Playing Devils’ Advocate

What would you do, to MAKE your quotas, huh???  Are you, willing to, make a PACT with the DEVIL?  Yep you would!!!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former station manager of the Ping-Zhen Substation of Taoyuan City Police Department, Wu had gone easy on his subordinates, the sergeant, Ding, illegally searched the residences, and corroborated with the addicted couple to plant the guns, to make the quotas of safety check before the New Year’s.  The Taoyuan District Court charged the four involved officers, Wu and three others on illegal searches, and setting the suspects free, and falsifying the records, five to six and a half years, there was another officer who’s on the run.  The verdict blamed Wu and his crew for seriously damaging human rights, that they’d, acted, with great malice.

The D.A. investigated, that the Spring Safety Review for the substation ranked toward the bottom in 2011, and, in order to up the record, Ting on January 17th, 2012, found that Liu had a gun in his possession, and, went over the district to Yangmei, and illegally searched his home with officers Lee, Lin, and Chen, but they were only able to find the illegal substances, and not the weapons.  The suspect, Liu worried that his girlfriend, Chen, who had an active arrest warrant might get arrested, he’d begged the police to let them off easy.

Lee told him, that he’d needed to make the quota for the gun checks, the suspect, Liu offered to trade the leads in exchange for not having both him and his girlfriend arrested, as the officers agreed to the “trade”, they’d not taken Liu into custody, and, allowed him to talk with his friend about the trade.  Later, Liu’s friend handed over the gun, the ammo, and, made the excuse of visiting a former classmate, Yeh, and planted the gun inside the ceiling of Yeh’s factory, then, notified the police to check.

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As the “trade” was agreed upon, the police agreed to let Liu leave with his girlfriend, and, falsified the records on how they were able to find the gun, and, after the records were signed and confirmed by the station manager, Wu, the officers, Lee and Chen, they’d turned it over to the D.A.; Yeh, who was framed was charged with possession of weapons, but, during the trials, Yeh kept telling the judge he was, framed.

The D.A. felt that something wasn’t quite right, they’d reassigned the new investigators, and, found that Liu was dealing, and put on police surveillance, and, they’d filtered through the files, and, heard him tell his friend, “tell me where you’d placed it”, the man replied, “I’ll tell you later”, which became the solid evidence proving that the gun was framed.

In October of 2014, the D.A. assigned the units, and arrested Wu and three other who were involved, on illegal searches and forgery; Chen already escaped to Canada, and an active arrest warrant had been signed into effect for him.

The courts weighed in, that the four officers were law enforcement officials, and, didn’t follow the proceedings to get the guns, and abused their powers, and illegally searched, and, traded with Liu on setting him and his girlfriend free, and framed someone else, Wu, as the police station manager, didn’t not stop it, instead, he’d, agreed to it, that the whole station had, damaged the human rights of the men arrested, the authority of the police, along with the trust that people placed in the law enforcement officials.

Last September, the Examination Committee members also impeached Wu and three others, and believed that they’d planted the guns, and framed innocent civilians, and they’re, processed by the punishment committees.

Yep, this just showed, how the MORALE of the law enforcement officials had, gone down, too low!  These men, in order to make the “sales quota” they’d, used their status of power, and forced a man, to rat out his friend, and, they’d, planted evidence to make the man’s friend appeared guilty, but, justice had, prevailed in this case, because, all these officers’ bad behaviors were caught, and now, they are faced, with an even MORE severe punishment, compared to if they were civilians, doing all of these, bad things, because they WORKED (past tense???) for the L-A-W, and, they’d, knowingly, broken the laws!!!

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Forgiving Her Predatory Father…

Because he’s my “daddy”, and I love him!  Yeah, uh, how FUCKING retarded are you, huh?  And, you DO realize, that it’s WRONG, what that M***ER F***ER had done to you, right?

Forgiving her predatory father, she had, because, she loved him, after all, without his sperm, she wouldn’t even EXIST!  And besides, he’s the PRIMARY source of income, and, her and her family relied on him for bringing in the dough, and besides, in just a few more years, she’ll be, an adult, and she won’t need to, PUT up with him, coming into her bedroom late in the nights, undressing himself, and getting too close to her no more………

Forgiving her predatory father, she didn’t want to, after all, how can you, possibly, forgive a man for RAPE, especially when he WAS (past tense???) your father!  But, for the sake of her family, at her own mother’s urging, child, if you don’t forgive him, he’ll get sent to prison, and what’ll, happen to us???  (and that constitutes as emotional BLACKMAIL!!!), and so, she had, NO other viable options, but to state it in court, “I forgive my father!”

And so, this PREDATORY father learned what???  Oh yeah, I can get away, with RAPING my own daughter any time I want to, besides, the law’s on MY side, and her mother doesn’t believe her…

What do you think is gonna happen, to this child who will eventually, become adult?  Yeah, I can’t even begin to IMAGINE it…………

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