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The Adolescent Girl Was Acquainted with a Police Officer on a Case He Was Working on, Asked Him to Borrow Some Money, She Was, Raped by Him

This still, is a CRIME of OPPORTUNITY that’s happened here, an officer, taking ADVANTAGE of this teen’s situation!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A Police Officer in the Jiali Police Subprecinct’s Substatin, while he worked the case of a single mother’s being scammed online, he’d traded LINE ID with the mother and her twelve-year-old daughter and started contacting them, recently, the single mother was having a hard time finding work, so the adolescent girl asked for help from the officer for a loan to help her and her mother get through the hardships, and he’d taken the advantage of being alone with the teen, and raped her, the Tainan District Attorney’s Office took the officer into custody, and after they’d interrogated him, they charged him with power rape, and had the courts set his bail at $200,000N.T.s.

Based off of understanding, this officer is already married, with two sons, with his quality of work average, and had been listed as an officer to be watched for for discipline; when the local substation investigated the case, he’d denied having sexually assaulted, and told a different story compared to the single mother.

The police stated, that after the officer was out on bail of $200,000N.T., the department held a session of evaluation on his work, they’d believed, that he’d not reported that he was going to visit the adolescent at home to his superiors, nor had he another officer accompanying him, that there were faults in what he’d done, that his actions had, severely, damaged the reputation of the police department, gave him a huge reprimand, and they would reconsider his areas of services, and the police department will wait until the judiciary investigations are finished, then, the police department will find his supervisors, and issue a fitting punishment for every person responsible.

The Jiali Substation on the 22nd of this month received the calls from the social workers, pointed that an officer in the station is accused of obstruction of sexual freedom, the substation immediately set up a special task force to investigate, and immediately reported this to the Tainan Sexual Assault Prevention Center, and called the District Attorney’s Office of Tainan to work the case.

Two days ago, the district attorneys searched the officer’s residence, and took him into custody, after they’d interrogated him, they set his bail at $200,000N.T.s; the district attorney’s stated, that they will get a closer look at the crimes the officer had, committed, after all the investigations are completed.

Based off of understanding, the officer worked the case of fraud reported by the single mother, and he’d used the case to visit her home, and, had the mother and daughter add his LINE id as their friend, awhile ago, the single mother was having a difficult time finding work, and became suicidal, the adolescent girl believed, that she could count on the officer, and called him for help, hoping that he could, offer them some assistance.

The officer visited the home for a second time, as he’d come, the single mother was not home, and the adolescent girl described how her mother attempted suicide to the officer, hoping that he could let them borrow some money so they can get by, but, the officer was accused by the teen of taking the advantage to rape her.

And because the adolescent girl started behaving oddly at school, as the social workers noted this, they’d, stepped in to investigate, the single mother thought, that the officer who came to their home must’ve, done something to her daughter, and took her daughter to the hospital for a rape kit, and as her sexual assault injuries were confirmed, the mother and daughter decided to sue.

The Penal Code 238 “Rape Using Status” stated, that using status or opportunity to rape, the perpetrator is to receive a sentence of anywhere between six months to five years; if it was sexual molestation, then the sentence would be under three years.

And so, this officer is a BAD example, for what the police should be doing, he took advantage of this young woman’s situation, and raped her, because he thought, that by offering her monetary assistance, she’s indebted to him, and therefore, he can do whatever the @#$% (maxed out!) he wanted to to her, after all, he had, paid, and that’s, just, how off the values are these days right now.

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At the Search, He’d, Offered to Help the Officers, Tipped off the Attorneys, Impressed the Police

Not putting what he’d learned in prison, to good use, I’m afraid…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Wu, who’d once committed a felony, falsifying the identification and got a cell phone, to forge the receipts to get the winnings, he’d served in prison for over ten years, in prison, he’d, studied law hard, and, there were, nothing but volumes of law textbooks in his place.  As Wu saw the officers showed up, he’d immediately requested an attorney present, and, he’d, guided the attorneys through their steps, he knew the law by heart.

The officers on the case said, this February as the police went to do a search at Wu’s home, the officers were very surprised to find his bookshelves filled with the volumes on law, and they’d found, that he wasn’t just well-read in law, he also knew the dealing procedures of land transfers really well, that he’d, gotten bigger and better in his cases of fraud, forgery as well.

Wu denied the police allegations from the start, as soon as the officers came to his place, he’d, requested an attorney present, Wu had also, even told the attorneys, “record down what’s important, and, disregard the rest” and he’d, left a deep impression on the officers who came to his apartment.

Based off of understanding, twenty years ago, Wu had taken the false identification with an accomplice to the Telecommunications company to get a cell phone, and had forged a receipt, to get the money for the winnings; he’d served for over a decade in prison, and became, well-read in law.

And still, you’d not, followed that basic rule of: don’t BREAK the laws you’re, familiar with, hello, hello, hello?  And your well-read in law, only became a sorry excuse for you, to keep going in your life of crimes!

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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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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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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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The Mechanic Unit of a Gambling Ring Helped Find the “Sponsors” for Bar Girls

Businesses, on the “side” here, how sex, still, SELLS…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Hsieh took out two rental places in Yongkang District of Tainan, used them as the mechanical unit of an online gambling ring.  The Criminal Investigation Bureau went down south to search the place, they’d accidentally found, that the operation unit also sought out ladies who were originally hired by bars who are now unemployed, because of the outbreaks to find work in the sex industries, with the starting costs of $15,000N.T.s; the police arrested thirteen suspects, charged them with illegal gambling, obstruction of social order.

Based off of understanding, the workers admitted to the police, there were the ladies who came looking for work after the bars were shut down”, they’d posted the photos of the women and information onto a sex-trade/friendship website, for the workers to fake s the ladies, to hook the male clients, then, used the sob stories of owing debts, families being ill, to get the persons to agree to go out to eat together, to have sex, even, to keep as partners in the sex calls, and after the deals were made, then, the crew notified the ladies to have them go.

The police reviewed over the conversation records and found that the mechanical unit had signed at least six women up for the jobs, and successfully, pimped them all out over twenty times already, and made the illegal profits of anywhere from $500,000N.T. to $600,000N.T., with the ladies and the operators splitting the money 50-50.

The police found, that the twenty-eight-year-old man, Hsieh came from a well-to-do family, that he was suspected of being the one putting up the money for the operations of the gambling unit, using the $25,000N.T. per month to recruit the workers, to do customer services, managing the bets, and get more members to join for the online gambling ring.

Awhile ago, the police searched the mechanical units, the dorms, took twenty-one computers, forty-three cell phones, more than $210,000N.T. in cash into evidence, nine men and three women were, arrested, and, they put an arrest warrant on Hsieh as well.

The investigation found, that the gambling mechanical unit started operations back in April, made close to five million dollars in a little over a month illegally, those who were involved were charged with illegal gambling, the members were out on bail from the D.A.’s offices; three more of the “employees” who were responsible for matching the male clients to the ladies were charged with obstruction of public order.

And so, this is still based off of how easily people CAN be bought, AND sold, and, it’s a, lucrative business, the sex and the gambling industries, and all of these, illegally run “businesses”, all got, busted, as they should be!

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The Manager of the Prisons Accepted Sexual Favors, Sentenced to Four-and-a-Half Years

Taking BRIBES, as a jail guard, and now, you’re, behind B-A-R-S!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former wardens of Taichung Penitentiary, Weng in 2013, accepted favors of meals, as well as sex, for him to “take good care of” of the former officer, Lee who was serving for encroachment, and he was asked to bring towels, teas, cigarettes for other inmates as well, the Highest Courts maintained the rulings from the second trial, sentenced Weng to four years six months in prison, stripped him of his government post for two years, case closed.

During his trial, Weng admitted to being treated for seafoods, to drink alcohol, to take the hooke3rs out, but claimed that the cost was pay for temporarily by his friend, that he’d paid them back afterwards, that he’d not received any benefits; and his handing the teas, the towels, the cigarettes, he’d only broken the internal rules of operations, but the judge didn’t believe him.

During September of 2013, Weng was asked by a friend, Huang, to give a case of Changshou Cigarettes to the inmate, Chiao; on December of the same year, he’d taken three kilograms worth of teas to his friend, Chang’s younger brother who was serving time; in June of 2014, with a fellow prison manager, Chen, they’d received the pleas from a friend, Lu, to bring an inmate, Chien, ten towels.

Weng was found that in October of 2013, being treated to seafood by a friend, Huang, then, went to the karaoke bars to drink, and took the ladies out for sex, which Huang paid for in sum; Huang wanted to use these favors, in exchange for Weng’s looking after the former officer who was serving time for encroachment, Lee.

On the first trial, the courts sentenced Weng to seven years in prison for the crimes, stripped him of his post for three years; on the second trial, the sentence changed to four years six months, stripped of his post for two years; and, the other officer, Chen on the first trial, received two years ten months, stripped of his public post for two years, and on the second trial, he received only a year and ten months in prison and stripped of his public post for a year.

And so, you took these “favors”, and for what?  JAIL time!  That just still showed, how we are all, too easily tempted, and how easily officials of the law can get enticed, to commit the crimes that the inmates they’re placed in charge of had committed too.

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Found Not Guilty for Selling Illegal Substances, Because the Officers Didn’t Use the Right Measures to Make an Arrest

This is why it’s, important, for the law enforcement officers to do everything BY the B-O-O-K!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Two Years Ago, the Hsinbei Police Arrested a Woman, Chen for Using Heroin, Chen Claimed She’d Bought the Drugs from a Man, Cheng, and, Complied with the Police, Called up the Dealer to Get Him Out, Helping the Police to Arrest Him; in the Trials, Chen Testified, that the Station Manager Had Forced Her to Make the Calls to the Dealer, that the Police Had Coached Her on What to Say to Him, the Judge Believed that the Police were Framing & Abetting, that They’d Gotten the Evidence in a Flawed Manner, Found Cheng Not Guilty.  This Can be Appealed.

The verdict pointed out, two years ago at eleven in the morn on June 12, he’d met up with Chen at the restroom of a hospital, later, Chen was abusing drugs, and was found by her husband, he’d reported her, she’d claimed that the drugs she was abusing was sold to her by Cheng; at around one in the afternoon on that same day, Cheng received a call from Chen, he’d gone to sell her more illegal substances, and was arrested, and the police found 35 grams of heroin on him.

Cheng admitted to possession, but denied that he had intent to sell, that the illegal substances were for his own usage.  He said that Chen had borrowed $10,000N.T. to buy a scooter from him, that morning she’d paid him back $3,000N.T., that in the afternoon, she’d told him she had another $5,000N.T. for him that’s why he’d gone to meet up.

The Collectivist Courts investigated, that Chen wasn’t accurate on the details of the drug deal, in the interrogations she’d claimed that she’d paid $2,000N.T., and paid $1,000N.T. for what she’d owed, in the trials, she’d changed it to $3,000N.T. for paying back the debts, then, she’d, switched back to what she’d claimed in the interrogations; and the Highest Courts already had their understanding, that the supplies of the drugs by the drug addicts should NOT be the sole source of evidence, there’s NO other evidence that proved that the source of the drugs that Chen was abusing was from Cheng.

And, Chen claimed, that both her husband and the manager of the substation had forced her to call Cheng up, she’d told them, that unless she’d promised to pay him back, otherwise, he was, not going to show, and the station manager had, handed her the money, told her to carry it with her.

The Collectivist Courts asked Chen again, “The police asking you to call your dealer, to have him come out to sell you the drugs, did you provide that information, or, did the police want you to say it that way.”  Chen testified, “The police had, coached me on what to say……perhaps, they’d needed to crack another case in illegal substances, told me to tell the man that I am to pay him back, to pick up the stuff.”

In the end, the judge believed, that what made Cheng sold the drugs, was because how Chen went along with the police, to lure him out, that it fitted to “Framing and Abetting”, that the methods to which the evidence was obtained was, flawed, and Cheng was found not guilty.

And this just showed, of how the right things done the wrong way is still, WRONG, and these officers were too eager to arrest this man, that they’d, coerced the woman who abused the drugs to comply, and, the judge found the flaws in their methods of approach, of how the evidences were, collected, so he’d found the vendor not guilty, and now, he’s going to, continue, dealing drugs to more, and had the officers done this by the book, then, the dealer would be in PRISON!!!  But they hadn’t, and, there goes, another big fish caught, release, back into the oceans here!

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The Husband is Abusive & Threatened to Dismember Her, She’d Filed for Divorce & the Courts Allowed

A “specimen”, of a perfect LOSER who got into the HABITS of, always blaming someone ELSE for his own problems!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A couple had been married for over forty years, the husband had abused the wife long-term, and even threatened his wife that he’ll dismember her like the story on the news, after many years of holding it in, the woman filed for divorce with the courts, at the trial, the husband repeatedly stressed how he’d, given it all to keep his family well; the judge believed, that the husband disregarded his wife’s feelings, always rationalized his behaviors to the ideals of patriarchy, that he’d not worked hard to patch up their marriage, signed off on the divorce, this can be appealed.

The wife testified, that her husband holds himself on a high pedestal, did what he wanted to, had often verbally and physically abused her.  She’d originally not wanted to give up on the marriage, due to the years they’d shared, however, two years ago, as the case of dismemberment of the wife by the husband came out in Taoyuan, once as her husband was abusing her, he’d, threatened her on it, “I’ll make you into the woman from Taoyuan!”, signaled that he was going to, murder then dismember her too.

The wife stated, that her husband’s words and actions caused her to be on edge by the day, besides he was constantly suspecting that she wasn’t faithful to him, as the scam artists called her number, her husband suspected that she was, cheating.  She’d lived under the shadows of domestic violence too long and finally had it, she’d filed for divorce.

The husband stated, that his wife had left home for days on end, and, used the excuse of having a new male friend, to not come back home, that he’d focused on making a living to provide for his own family, that he wasn’t like his wife had said.  To keep his family running well, he’d, not complained, besides he’s getting older, couldn’t withstand the stresses caused to his children if they were divorce, or the gossips from others around them.

The courts investigated, that the wife had been abused, and there had been a restraining order issued by the courts, the injury reports from the hospitals, and his wife’s mother testified, that she saw her son-in-law beaten her daughter up, that her daughter had a concussion once from getting beaten by him.

The courts believed, that during the trial, the man stressed on how much he’d loved his family, wife, how he’d, wanted her back, but his actions, showed how distrustful toward his wife he was, that he’d even, physically abused her repeatedly, that he’d not changed his behaviors, and blamed his own actions on the ideals of patriarchy.

The courts pointed out, that the husband disregarded how his wife felt, kept blaming others, making his wife helpless and disappointed time and time again; in the final testimonies, the husband didn’t do anything to prove that he loved his wife, that the courts doesn’t believe that anything will change in their relationships, and, signed off of the divorce.

And so, you’d, beaten the SHIT out of your wife multiple times, and still, somehow, managed to, rationalize your own fucking bad behaviors as love?  Yeah, uh, get REAL here, and thankfully, the courts saw right through that, and saved this woman’s life, allowed her to finally, DIVORCE this, L-O-S-E-R!!!

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