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The Single Father Has to Go to Work, Chained His Own Son Up, the Mother Came to His Rescue

To prevent your kid from getting into trouble while you’re away at work, you’d, LEASHED him up, like a D-O-G!!!  Wow, that’s, smart all right…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

An eight-year-old boy in Miaoli was found, chained with steel chains by his birthfather at the residence they shared in Toufeng, Miaoli, the child called out to help to his mother in Taoyuan, the mother rushed over, couldn’t get the chains off, and called emergency, the firefighters used the oil pressure clips and finally free the boy; the police and county department found the father used inappropriate measures to discipline the child, that he’d broken the laws of child and adolescent welfare, they’d filed for an emergency restraining order against the father, placed the child out, the district attorney’s offices set the man’s bail at $50,000N.T.s.

The local fire department received at call at around 10:37 in the morn, from the birthmother of the young boy, told them that the child was chained up in his living room, and couldn’t break out of the chains; as the firefighters arrived, they’d found the chain to be three meters long, they were able to use the oil pressure cutters and other equipment, to break the chains, and it took more than ten minutes to free the child, they’d notified the police and social services afterwards.

The preliminary investigations found, that the parents of the child is divorced, the custody was with the father, starting last year, there’d been records of domestic violence on record with the father, but the inappropriate discipline measures were mild, the Social Services did NOT list them; yesterday as the father goes out to work, worried that nobody’s looking after the child, that the boy may run off, so he’d, chained up his own son, to restrict the child’s movements, left the milk, the bread in the living room for the young boy to consume when he gets thirsty or hungry.

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Because the child couldn’t stand being chained down, his movements restricted, he’d called his mother for help, “I got chained by dad, can you come save me?”, the mother thought that it wasn’t possible, rushed over to her ex’s from Taoyuan, and was dumbfounded at what she saw; the child said he’d misbehaved, which was why he got chained up, that he was beaten, and scolded often, it’d made the mother sad.

The police assisted the young boy to the hospital, found the bruising on his waist from the chains, immediately filed for a restraining order for the boy, investigated the case as assault, obstructions of freedom; the Social Services found that the father, chaining the boy down, although it’d not caused him bodily harm, or serious injuries, but, the behavior may have traumatized the child physically as well as psychologically, that he’d broken the laws against protection of young children and adolescents, guilty of improper disciplining, placed the child out of the father’s custody, and forced the father into the parenting courses.

And so, because you had to work, there’s no one to watch your kid, to keep him out of trouble, so you’d, CHAINED him up like a dog, I mean, you had, left water, and food for him (and that should be enough, if he were a DOG!!!), and, you’d, caused psychological trauma in your own child, and you don’t even know it, are you, @$%#ING, kidding me here?  How would you like it, if someone CHAINED you, fucking (don’t pardon me!) adults up, and restricted your movement, because the individuals didn’t want YOU to, misbehave when they are out?

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The Seven-Year-Old Took the Judo Class, Thrown Twenty Times, Begged to Stop, Nobody Listened, Fell into a Comatose

Abuse, in a place where, learning is supposed to, occur!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A seven-year-old boy, Huang from Nanyan Elementary in Fengyuan District, Taichung, went to judo class outside of school on the 21st, was suspected of getting slammed down by his coach, his older schoolmates more than twenty times, causing him to vomit, and fallen into a comatose, his uncle who took him to the judo class saw, rushed the child to the hospital immediately, and the bran surgery was immediately scheduled, the child is currently in a coma in I.C.U. right now, the coach was charged with neglect in abuse.

The young boy’s uncle stated, that the child only took up Judo just two weeks ago, on the evening of the 21st, he was slammed onto the mats by an older classmate, and his coach more than twenty times, but the coach didn’t realize he was using too much force, the child couldn’t take the slams anymore, he’d fallen to the mats, and begged, “please, I’m hurt in the head, the leg, I don’t want this anymore!”, to the point of vomiting hallway, but the coach ignored, and in the end, as the child turned pale in the face, fell into a comatose, then, the boy was finally, rushed, to the hospital.

The Fengyuan Hospital pointed out, that the child by the time he arrived, he was in a coma, convulsed, pupils dilated, with subdural hematoma, and after the emergency surgeries, he is currently intubated, in a level three comatose, with the unstable vital signs.

and this, is how it should be done, properly, off of Youtube…

How To Throw Someone To The Ground Using Your Hands – YouTube by a profesional, instructor!

The parent of the child, Huang told, that their son’s condition isn’t too optimistic, that they’d hoped that he could wake up by miracle; He admitted to body slamming the boy, and pinning him down to the mats, but claimed that it was within the normal range of training, that he’d not used too much force either, he didn’t know how this could’ve happened, but yesterday, the “teaching” footages leaked out, and, the online community started ranting over it.

The department of education of Taichung stated, that after they’d looked into the matter, the classes were set up by the Judo Committee of the Taichung General Kinesiology Committee, and the location of the lessons was the basement of the gym next to the Ruisuei Elementary School, the gym was run by the elementary school at the asking of the Department of Education, which the school received, NO compensation for the space, to the various clubs, committees to use, to advocate the exercise programs.

The Department of Education stated, that the child, Huang is into judo, but in the process of the practice sessions, had an unfortunate accident, the department of education already asked the school to automatically assist the parents in any legal help, and, they will pursue the neglect charges all the way, if neglect was found in the case.

And, I’m thinking, that the coach’s telling the officials that he’d not used brute force to SLAM this kid down onto the mats is a L-I-E, because if it were of normal force, then, this kid couldn’t have, injured his head, and, the video of the session must’ve shown different from what the coach claimed, that’s why the online community is, ranting in anger, and, another kid’s life may be lost here, because something that an adult had done.

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The Gymnastic Trainers’ Raping of the Competitors He’d Trained, Mostly Never Got Charged Because the Victims Waited Past the Statutory Period Expired

Imagine, how long the victims of this sort of SEXUAL abuse must’ve, suffered, and, the sentence is still, way too, lenient!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

For the Sake of Performance & Dreams, the Four Victims Put up with the Sexual Abuse of Their Coach for More than a Decade, and Only Two Counts Stood Up in Court, the Coach Sentenced to Six Years Ten Months

The gold medalist gymnastics coach used his power status, and sexually molested, raped the young gymnastics competitors with the dreams, more than a decade later, the victims finally worked up the courage to tell, and the case went out into the open, started up the “Me Too movement here in Taiwan; the district attorneys charged the coach with forced sexual intercourse, molestations, the Kaohsiung District Court changed the indictment clause “using status of power to rape”, and most of the counts had surpassed the decade statutory period, and in the end, Liang was only charged with one count of forced sexual intercourse, one count of forced sexual molestation, and given a combined sentence of six years ten months.  This can still be appealed.

The case had busted wide open in February of 2018, a victim found strength through the “#MeToo” movement from the U.S., posted anonymously on FB: “I wanted to soar, but the coach who should’ve given me the wings, broke my wings, and gymnastic became the most loved, and most hated sports to me”.  The investigators looked into the matter, and found at least seven victims, four of whom pressed charges, they all started training under Liang from the elementary to the high school years, four of whom, were trained by Liang since the elementary years, two excelled in gymnastics, and they were the ones who were hurt the deepest too.

One of the victims testified, that to train, she’d stayed at Liang’s home with another female student, but Liang had used the performances in the competitions to force her to have sex with him, and at first she’d told him no, in the end, she just, wanted it to be over soon; and Liang’s rape of his students was caught by another female student who bore witness to him, raping another student, which shocked her to realize, that she “wasn’t his only victim”, but for the sake of their grades, and performances, the two girls put up with his sexual abuse for more than a decade.

There were two more victims who’d come out with the accusations, one stated that Liang used her hydrotherapy sessions to pat her breasts down; another accused him to raping her at a motel, disregarding how she’d told him no; the D.A. believed that Liang was responsible for at least eleven different rapes and sexual molestation charges, indicted him based off of forced sexual behaviors and molestations and other charges.

The Collectivist Courts believed, that Liang used his status of power to threaten the female students, and changed the indictment counts to “power rape”, and the statutory period for power rapes is only a decade, and the victims accused him of it from 2000, that by the time the cases were reported had been way past the period of statute of limitation, in the end, the courts found, that the second victim bore witness to the second rape, sentenced Liang to only SIX years, with the rest of the charges not stood up in court or not guilty.

The victims who came out later, the Collectivist Courts believed, that she had her mother as her witness to testify, and that the counts stood, sentenced Liang to a year for it, the other victim suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder, but based off of the time of diagnosis, it’s hard to affirm that it was related to Liang, with the lack of evidence, Liang didn’t get charged for it.

And so, this is a LOSER, who used his power status (of a gymnastic coach?), to RAPE his female students, and, this shit had happened long, long ago, in the nineties back in the U.S., and, the victims still didn’t stand up and band together until they’re, adults, and this, is a case of how losers can take advantage of their statuses as coaches to rape their own students.

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The Judge, at the Opening of Court, Insulted the Attorney, Found to Have an Unstable Personality, Taken Off His Post of Judgeship

Shooting off his LOUD mouth, and this, is where it’d, gotten him!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The judge, Ke at the Chiaotou District Court, at the opening of a case, mocked the attorney, “you will be too foolish as to what HITS you the next life time!”, the Examination Yuan believed that Ke’s behaviors had, greatly, impacted people’s respect and trust toward the justice system, impeached him; the courts found that the root of the problem was how Ke didn’t have a stable enough personality character, and, stripped him of his judgeship, and transferred him to an alternative post in the court systems.

Ke is sixty-five-years of age, and retirement for him was, mandated, he was originally going to be given $61,034N.T. per month, and there was an extra $24,414N.T. as his retirement pension, and now, that’s all, gone after he was given the punishment.  The duties courts estimated, that there were seven counts of impeachment that Ke would be answering for.

In February, 2019, at the opening of a trial, Ke suspected the plaintiff’s attorney, Huang’s “asking for the extra notifications”, made fun, “where did you graduate from?”  “something must be wrong with your head, I’m really, in awe at all you, lawyers, where did you get your degrees?”, and asked which school Huang graduated out of.

And, on the same year, he’ had an awful attitude as he’d resided over the trial sessions in January and February, he’d cussed the defendant and the attorney out, “I’m talking to you, do you NOT get it!  Do you want another, person whom you’d, offended?  Be careful, that you might get BEATEN the next life, and not known why!”

like this, only, the lawyer is, being, “challenged” here…

Defense Attorney For Nikolas Cruz, Judge Argue In Court – YouTube

He’d used Taiwanese, to insult the various people in court, and stated, “All you contractors deserved it, it’s a wonder you don’t get paid, you can’t even do your job well enough, you don’t deserve to get paid at all!”

The duties courts believed, that Ke’s insults were, uncalled for, he’d lacked the patience, wasn’t serious enough in presiding over the cases, cussed the plaintiffs, the defendants out, to the point of attacking the individuals’ characters, that he’d breached the ethics code of conduct for court justices, and the rules of presiding over the court cases.

Ten years ago, Ke was put on ice for a whole year for his bad attitude in presiding over a case, and received low evaluation marks many times in the past, and because this was the seventh time that Ke had, breached the moral responsibilities of judgeship, the Duties Courts believed, that he’d not only, obstructed justice, and, the reason for this was his “unstable personality characteristics”, can’t control his own emotions, and should be, reprimanded.

And so, from this man’s record, he SHOULD’VE been, relieved of his duties of judge long, long ago, but, apparently, it took this long, for the justice department that enough IS enough, we won’t tolerate this sort of a bad attitude from a judge, after all, a judge is “honorable”, right?  Like, “Your Honor!”???

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The Officer Had the Eyes for the Girlfriend of a Drug Dealer, Used the Illegal Measures, Sentenced to Eight Years

Yeah, because you MOTHER @#$%ERS (maxed out???) still can’t, keep your, HANDS or your DICKS, inside your pants, and to yourselves, is that right???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The sergeant from the Xinhsin Substation of the Kaohsiung City Police Department Chiao, was accused of being attracted to the dealer’s girlfriend, demanded the sexual favors in exchange for leniency toward her boyfriend’s drug possession charges, and after she’d said no multiple times, he’d visited the boyfriend, Hong, to put pressures on him.  The Kaohsiung District Court found him guilty of abusing his status as an officer, to get the favors in exchange of getting the man he’d arrested off easy, sentenced Chiao to eight years ten months, stripped him of his status as a police for five years, on the charges of illegally searching the residence, he received six months, which he can pay a fine, and no need to serve, all of the above charges can still be appealed.

The forty-six-year-old married officer, Chiao had worked as a police officer for twenty-six years, after May 21st of this year he was suspended after he was taken into custody, and as the case is tried and with the verdicts, he may be faced with getting fired from his job; this month Chiao had asked to get bailed out, but the Collectivist Courts decided that he should remain in custody.

The verdict pointed out, that Chiao was a former sergeant of the Jingfeng station of the Xin-Hsin Substation, on May eighth of last he’d chased the sources of illegal substances to a local residence, someone exited the property, Chiao illegally demanded the individual hand over the keys, and, went in to the property, found the heroin, then, had the two suspects inside the property sign a statement saying that they’d willingly let him in to search, and falsified the police arrest reports.

As Chiao saw that Hong, the suspect’s girlfriend was beautiful, he’d added her name to his communication, and on that same day, he’d used the claims of he believe her to be an accomplice of her boyfriend’s drug charges, took her out, and stated to her, “with my help, you won’t need to give an urine sample”, and took her into a darkened alley to hug her, to molest her, and she’d shot him down for a date he’d asked her for; on the fourteenth, the girlfriend of Hong received a subpoena for another case, and she’d inquired about it to Chiao, and Chiao logged onto the police computer systems, and gave her a hint on what the charges are, and took the advantage, took her to a hotel to kiss and hug her, and, he’d asked her to have sex, but she’d, denied him.

On the twenty-second of that same month, Chiao gave Hong’s girlfriend a heads up that the police will be conducting a drug bust, told her to hide the stash of drugs away, asked her to a hot springs, but she’d, stood him up; on the twenty-eighth, Chiao checked the status of a criminal case for her, and, asked her again to have sex, and she’d still, said no, and after four days, he took the officers in a team, and busted Hong again, for possessions of drugs, and texted Hong’s girlfriend, “You keep standing me up, that’s why I’m here, to TEACH you a lesson”.  The girlfriend of the suspect, Hong kept refusing to give him any sexual favors, and he was able to get away with using his power status to take advantage of her, and, she’d, reported to the police station of his bad behaviors.

A case of, power RAPE, but this time, the woman escaped getting RAPED by this POLICE OFFICER, and sometimes, these LOSERS just, don’t get that needed, HINT!  When we say “NO”, it does NOT mean, “yeah, fine”.  It means, N-O: NO!  And this LOSER just, don’t get it, and kept on making these, sexual requests, toward the girlfriend of the drug addict, hoping that on her boyfriend’s behalf (to save him or whatever???), she’ll, finally, agree to having sex with him, but this woman still, refused, and turned this MOTHER #%@$ER in!

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The Female Army Officer in the Navy Slept with Her Superior, as Adultery Was Decriminalized, the Charges Were Dropped Against Her

Due to how the laws are changed here on matters of adultery, she’d not gotten, ANY jail time, but she still needed to pay for the emotional distress that she’d caused her superior’s wife!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

When a woman, Kao was serving her armed service terms on the Navy Ships, she had sex with a married male officer, Su, and her other service mates taped it.  Su’s wife sued Kao for obstruction of family, Kao was originally given a four months sentence, in the process of the appeals, the Grand Justice announced the nullification of adultery being a criminal act, the Collectivist Courts tossed the original verdict, and found Kao not guilty of the charges.  Su’s wife sued her in the civil front, and, Kao is mandated to pay the Su’s wife $900,000N.T.s.

After the incident, the Navy took both off their duties on “differentiation of sex”, and “the rules regarding the disciplines of Navy”; both had left the Navy now.

The verdict pointed out, Su and Kao served on the same ship together, Kao knew that Su was already married, from August of 2018 to May of 2019, she’d still had sex with him twenty times in the hotels of the city of Kaohsiung, the bed-and-breakfast in Suao, along with on the battleship, parked at Keelung Harbor too.

As a radar sergeant noted this, on March 29th of last year, he placed a cell phone in the floor of the office, and turned the lens toward the desk, turned on the video recording function, then, used the mask to cover up the cell phone, captured the footages of Su and Kao having sex together.

As the sergeant got his cell phone back, he’d cut the footages into two films, last May, he’d passed the footages out to many of the servicepersons on the ship to see.  As Kao and Su learned, they’d reported the matter to the superiors, the sergeant was found guilty of obstruction of secret, and invasion of privacy, sentenced to eight months.

Su’s wife in May last year received a copy of the footage as well, and sued Kao.  Kao confessed to it, the Keelung District Court used a simplified verdict.  Kao and Su had sexual intercourse twenty times, both sentenced to two months in prison each, and are to serve a total of four years in prison, and on probation for five years.

Kao fought for an appeal, the grand justice this year cited how the laws of adultery had become null and void this year in May, and retracted the verdict of the original suit, and the charges were, dropped.

Yeah uh, this, is what the “new” law did, it helps these ADULTERERS get away with what they did, and that’s just not fair, because by decriminalizing adultery, that means, that as the spouses of these CHEATERS, there’s, NOTHING we can do, to put an end to their, bad behaviors, and the law did NOT protect the “victims”, in these cases, the spouses, here…

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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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The Teacher’s Being in Love with a Last Year Middle School Student, They’d Gone Off to Have Sex Three Times, the Teacher Only Received Probation

Why you should, NEVER date a student, not only because it isn’t, PROFESSIONAL, there’s, also, the issue of ETHICS here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A married woman, Kuo from Hualien as she was substituting in a certain middle school, she’d had sex five times with a male student, the two of them had sexual intercourse three times in the outdoors, after they broke up, the male student told this to his counselor, that was how this student-teacher love affair came out into the open, and Kuo was sued for obstruction of sexual freedom of the male student; the courts believed, that the entire case started when the male student started pursuing the teacher, that she’d not used the opportunities to have sex with him, and, found Kuo guilty for taking advantage of the student, for having sex with a minor, sentenced her to ten months in prison, and on probation for three years.

As the news of the female instructors having sex three times a night with the male student got out, it’d started this heated discussion online, one of the member of the online community posted, “I’m so envious”, and scholars believed, that it didn’t matter if the students or the teachers started it, there should be that clear cut boundaries between the students and the teachers.

The Soochow University law professor, Hsiao pointed out, that during the time of the incidents, the male student was only, six months away from turning sixteen; and after sixteen, the case of adultery wouldn’t stand in court, because so long as the sexual intercourse was, consensual, there would be, no problems with the law, but if because the male student was six months underage, and the teacher given a severe sentence, it served, no point.

Hsiao believed, that the courts had its reasons, not considering the Penal Code 228, because this law is set up, to protect the “ability to decide for oneself to have sex”, that this was different compared to the Penal Code 227, used to protect underage minors; based off of this particular case, if the student wasn’t not yet sixteen, there’s, no cause for the law to restrict the behaviors of the adult, the judge was reasonable in making the decisions.

Kuo who’s about thirty is petite and cute, very active, as she was working as a substitute Chinese instructor in middle school, she’s very lovable, the students all loved her, two years ago in June, as a fifteen-year-old male student pursued her hard, she’d, started, dating him, and soon enough, they’d, taken out a suite, and had sex, on the evening of November 7th of the same year, the two also had sex three times outdoors by the beach of the Seven Stars Lagoon and inside a gazebo too, and later on, they’d, broken up.

During the trial, Kuo presented the court with the love letters from the male student as evidence, showed how it was him who’d, pursued her, the judge believed, that during the time, the male student had reached a certain level of, maturity already, that this was different than when a teacher used the innocence of students who looked up to their teachers, to have sex, to molest them; and, for the five times Kuo had sex with the male student who wasn’t sixteen yet, she’d received three months for each count, and, she was to serve a total of ten months, and put on probation for three years, this can still be appealed.

The World News University’s Gender Study Department professor, Lo stated, that the teachers needed to follow the strict code of professional ethics, that even IF it were the students who were pursuing them, they’d still need to know to say NO, “the knowledge that passes from teachers to students do NOT include matters of romance between the teachers and the students.”

The school told, that as Kuo was dating the male student, she was no longer teaching in the school, that she wasn’t, a teacher; the Hualien Department of Education pointed out, although Kuo only received probation for her actions, because she now has a criminal record, she can’t ever be hired in a school again.

And so, this is, throwing away your future in education, and for what?  A FUCK?  And, even IF you were a few years older than your student, and he’d, pursued you hard, you are still the ADULT, and should’ve known the boundaries, but you’d, allowed this brat to cross the boundaries of ethics, and now, you will, NEVER get hired to work in a school again.  Was it worth it?  I wouldn’t, think so!

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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 Four-Year-Old Young Child Died, After Being Left Alone on the Roads, the District Attorney Asks for a Heavy Sentence for the Stepfather

Because the children were her and her ex’s, you have the right, to ABUSE them, is that it???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Chen from Changwha after marrying Hsieh, he was accused of physically disciplining the three young children Hsieh had with her ex, this March, he’d, picked up the two young boys, threw them onto the streets, of the two, the four-year-old young boy was picked up by him, and, thrown onto the pavements, the child died immediately after getting thrown onto the road.  After he’d committed murder, Chen turned himself in, yesterday, the district attorney’s prosecuted him on murder, and asked the judge to sentence him more heavily, based off of the laws protecting youth and children.

The indictment pointed out, the thirty-three year-old Chen married Hsieh this January, and lived with the three children Hsieh had with her ex, Hsu, and he’d used the excuses of how loud they were getting, how they weren’t eating their meals properly, and used his legs, to “sweep” the four, five, six year old young children, after they fell to the ground, he’d told them to get back up, and continued punishing them to stand against the walls or kneeled down.

At the start of March this year, Chen and Hsieh were talking using LINE, he’d heard the six-year-old young child, Hsu getting fussy on the back, and as he’d arrived home, he’d, beaten the child up, and, grabbed the child, and threw him into the pile of items in the kitchen, causing the child to have multiple injuries.  On March 14th, Chen felt the kids were, getting too loud, he’d, punished them to stand against the wall, then, swept them all down one by one, with his leg, then, called them to stand back up to continue punish them to stand, the youngest child, the four-year-old Hsieh (carried the mother’s last name) told him that he felt “dizzy and didn’t want to stand,” and wanted mommy, Chen lifted his right left, swept the child off to the ground, the child’s head hit the ground, and was punished to kneel until the nighttime.

On that same night, the young child, Hsieh started vomiting, and at 3:30 in the morning on the fifteenth, he’d waken up, and vomited again, Chen asked him how many times he was going to do it, there was no reply, the child was dragged out of bed by Chen, and kicked and punched.  Hsieh got up, to protect her own young, and was ready to take the kids out on her scooter for some snacks, and as Chen asked Hsieh the young boy, “Are you really hungry now?”, and because the young child didn’t answer, he was picked up, and thrown outside onto the pavements, the child died immediately.

Chen started performing CPR on the boy, and, eighteen hours later, he’d, turned himself in to the police, but the district attorneys believed he’d intended to murder the child, asked the courts to have him in custody, and the district attorneys charged him on murder, and laws against children and adolescents.

And so, this is still all, after-the-fact, and, it’s already, too late, because???  Oh yeah, ANOTHER (and no, still NOT the last of this, “dying breed” here!) kid dies, from the abuse, because this loser took his anger out on his own girlfriend’s children, which don’t have his blood, and because these children aren’t related to him by blood, I guess he felt okay, that he could, beat the CRAP out of them, and this time, this young boy died in the process…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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