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A Lesson for the Higher Up in the Police Forces on Abusing the Power of Law-Enforcement

As it should happen, these are law enforcement officers, and they’d, abused their powers to enforce the law, and if we can’t count on them to follow the law, then, we are all, in a, dangerous, environment, living our day to day, lives here…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

In recent years, the government boasted the police using forces to enforce the laws, and the entry level officers believed he rule of “law is biggest”, and yet, there’s no law against the overuse of police forces in enforcing the law; the officer, Yeh’s pulling the female instructor over and assault her physically is only the tip of an iceberg; the verdict is to make the officer who’d not admitted to wrongdoing a needed lesson, also given a needed lesson of the police for covering their own officials too.

Taiwan boasted on being a democratic country, the purpose of the police is to protect the people’s rights, and the means of enforcing the law is only, when necessary, as the powers given by the country is used to hurt an innocent citizen, how can there be no wrong in that?  The higher up of the police, after the incident, they’d acted ambiguously, and rationalized the behaviors of the officer, Yeh, that he was only, “enforcing the law”, their bad behaviors are the accomplices of Yeh’s physical assault on the drumming instructor.

Evaluating the whole case, the officer cross the jurisdiction of the district, in lacking the evidence of a crime, used the terms to illegally pull the law-abiding citizens over, and as the citizen questioned the justifications, the officer body slammed her, and charged her on obstruction of police affairs, where’s the justification in that?

As the case went into the trial phase, the officer Yeh stated that he’d suspected that the woman is a junkie or that she may be a listed missing persons, that was why he’d pulled her over, but this was without any objective proof, and as the woman refused to allow him to check her, he’d still continued, there’s more than enough proof, that the officer had abused the power of the police; and the backup who’d arrived stated, “if there’s no problem, then why would she not agreed to get checked”, this also showed the lacking of awareness of the rights of the people and of the, law too.

It isn’t that the officers who’d broken the law while enforcing the law is unforgivable, and yet, it’s a month since the incident, and the then police chief, Chen, as he was interviewed, he’d commended Yeh on being hard at work, that he took the active stance to check, that he needed the affirmation of actively checking what he thought was, suspicious, and then then mayor, Cheng and the police internal affairs also, backed the officer up as well; and the then warmth from the police higher up, turned into the “heavy sentence” of the patrol officer now.

Nobody would not back up the fact that the police is, enforcing the laws, but, we will NEVER tolerate the abuse of police power; toward the illegal behaviors, the officers should be tough, but, do remember, to “exercise the right to enforce the law based off of the law”, to follow protocol, to serve justice, to protect the good citizens of this, country.

And, there’s, a gray area in this, because, what would constitute as, suspicious behavior, if someone is walking down a street, dressed in dark clothes at night, looked that s/he is, up to, no good, does that count as, justifiable, cause for getting pulled over?  And, what if this person that looked suspicious, was only slouching, because s/he had a long day of work from the office, and is, too tired?  Then, where’s, the JUST in pulling this person who looked, “suspicious”?  It’s this GRAY area, that gives the room for LOOSE interpretations of the law, which then may lead to, more, police brutality.

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The Thirteen Members of the Keelung Police Forces Who’d Gone to the Birthday Celebration of the Mob Boss, Punished

Continuing from yesterday’s reports, now, the “punishment

Phase” of these officers of the law’s involvement with the mobster’s birthday party, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The city police handed down the punishments for the thirteen members of its own, involved in the scandal of the police forces celebrating the birthday of a gang leader.  The lieutenant, Cheng had only told his superiors that he was going to the dinner gathering, and not mentioned with whom, got a written reprimand for false report, and demoted two levels, the other seven who’d gone didn’t get the okay signed off, they all received one written reprimand each; the five officers, due to not supervising closely enough, the captain, Chien of the detective squad got his status pulled, transferred to a nonmanagement position, the substation manager, Lin given two written warnings.

The meal gathering was held on the evening of the thirteenth, at a restaurant in Nuan-Nuan, Keelung, with the lieutenant, Cheng from the Keelung’s third substation and seven others from his office in attendance, with the primary gangster Lin of the Sun Santo Union, there were fourteen at their table.

The supervising department looked into the matter, Cheng had reported beforehand, but only roughly disclosed that he would be there for the specific intel, not stated that it was a meal gathering or that it was a birthday celebration either, nor did he tell he would bring along many detectives, that the written report didn’t coincide with what actually happened, that he was evasive; because of not reporting the truth, the footages of the birthday celebration was filmed and passed around, that this severely damaged the reputations of the police, he received two written reprimands, and transferred to uniform.

The other seven who were there not sent in anything written, broken the rules of police being in relations with specific individuals, all received one written reprimand each.  The four were on duty when they’d broken the disciplinary rules, the assistant captain, Lu demoted to desk, the lieutenant, Tsuei, the detective Huang, demoted to uniform, Lu the officer demoted to work in the substation; the other sergeants, Lin, Hsieh, and Lu were only extras who’d tagged along, they stayed on their original positions, not gotten demoted.

The city police is now, going after the captain of the detective units, Chien for inability to supervise, for lacking in management of his subordinates, transferred to a nonmanagerial post, the assistant captain SU received two written reprimands, the substation manager, Lin, two written reprimands.

The mayor of Keelung, Hsieh stated yesterday, that there should be a higher standard for the relations of police forces and the mobsters.  The head supervisor of Keelung City Police, Hsu told, that for the cases of morale of police, he would not cover for his officers.

And so, this is still all, HINDSIGHT!  Had someone in the office zoomed in on these police officers’ behaviors and made sure that they don’t go “off the grid” to that birthday celebration of the head mob leader, then, none of this would be, happening, but, because of the lack of supervision, lack of self-disciplines of the officers themselves, that’s why, asses are being, wiped up, and this still won’t do a thing, because it’s still, after-the-fact!

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Weighing the Individual Right to Have Sex with Whoever One Chooses More than Rights of Spouse?

What the @#$% is this?  So now, we can go and FUCK (so???) whoever we want to, no matter if the one we’re sleeping with is married, or not, and it wouldn’t matter IF we’re, married or not either…how the amendment that “zoomed in” on individual rights IS FUCKING (so???) up the “institution” of “marriage”, and yes, it’s still MY personal belief, that those of YOU who wants to get married, SHOULD be, “institutionalized” still…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Extramarital Affairs Gained the Minority Supports to Fight, the Courts: Based Off of Individual Interpretations

The female judge of the Taipei District Courts had ruled that spousal rights aren’t protected by the constitution, ruling that the law guarantees “the freedom of sexual acts”, found the other woman not guilty; the man, Yeh took Liu, the other woman to a motel, and he was sued by his own wife for $600,000N.T.s, the man and the other woman used the claims that they should have the sexual freedoms to fight the charges, but the Taichung District Courts found, that the verdict was based off of the particular court justice’s own interpretation of the law, that it’s NOT the long-term ruling, found Yeh and Liu guilty of adultery, that they both will pay the wife of Yeh $200,000N.T.s.

Yeh’s wife stated, that Liu took the advantage of working with her husband, got between them, last year in March she was at home, caring for her children, her husband used the excuse of a business trip, took Liu by car to a motel in Nantou, that they’d had sexual intercourse there, that they’d both infringed her right as his spouse, she’d sued her husband and Liu for $600,000N.T.s.

Yeh fought the charges, stated, that “the rights of the spouse” isn’t a “written right” in law, that it’s a concept of practical means, and that the legislations of “sexual decision rights” should trump the spousal rights, so, adultery isn’t a crime at all, not mentioning, how it’d not, broken the law of, marriage, that he and Liu had gone to a motel, but they’d not had sexual intercourse, that his wife had NO basis to sue him.

and now, even AS you’d, caught your spouses (1@a time!) doing this with another, you still can’t SUE, because adultery is DECRIMINALIZED!!! Photo from online

Liu also said, that there’s already questions in the country’s beliefs about spousal rights, Yeh and his wife’s relations hadn’t been a husband and a wife’s means of interactions, that their relationship was broken long before she got involved.

The courts found, that Yeh and Liu’s behaviors, not considering the fact that they went to a motel together, but, based off of social norm, it’d clearly, exceeding the normal friendships interactions, found that Yeh’s spousal right was, infringed, that Yeh’s using that his marriage with his wife being broken already, to justify his sleeping with Liu, considering the occupation of both, and the incomes they bring in, the courts found that Yeh and Liu need to pay Yeh’s wife $200,000N.T.s.

Yeh and Liu fought the verdict, that the defining of whether or not a marriage is well is subjective, that this wasn’t a guaranteed right of the law, that even if it’s protected by law, the individuals’ sexual rights should get prioritized over the spousal rights; but the Taichung District Court found, that the ruling was based off of the individual court judge’s interpretations of the particular law, that it’s based off of the personal opinions of the judge, that it’s NOT a long-term practical belief.

And so, this, would be the outcomes of the country’s legalizing adultery, by decriminalizing adultery, because now, two consenting adults can FUCK, with a total disregard of how they may have damaged the rights of their own, individual, spouses (if they have them!), and this is just SHIT!

And yeah, marriage IS, that, “institution, that EVERYBODY checks out of, that way, we can all, fuck whoever the hell we so choose, no strings attached, and this is the mess that comes after the country’s decriminalizing the act of, adultery, some years ago…

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As the Legislator, Kao Busted the Emperor’s New Clothes, Lai Continues to Strut Around Naked?

The skins of these DDP officials are so thick, that even an UZI can’t even, shoot through it!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Everybody heard the story of “The Emperor’s New Cloth” I’m sure.  And, as everybody in the story blindly commended the Emperor on the “new clothes” he had on, how it was, soft and delicate like the silk.  Only as the innocent words out of mouths of babes, that the Emperor had NOTHING on.  Nobody knows, what happened next in this story, but, there are the three “epilogues” that are possible outcomes:

First, the Emperor came to the realization, that he’s, nude, and rushes to put clothes on himself, and, rewarding the child for telling the truth, punishing those officials around him for lying.

Second, although the kid knew the truth, the child still gets, arrested, to, telling that, “national secret”.

Third, all the adults in the king’s court started scapegoating the child for LYING, that the Emperor’s new clothes is, elegant and pretty, that only FOOLS can’t see that.  And, the Emperor continued marching down the streets, as an exhibitionist, with no one in his court, his kingdom, DARE say anything about it, but, they are all, laughing about the emperor behind HIS, back.

like this…and, Mr. Washington (I think it is), gets to pick out WHAT he wants to put on, today! Illustration from online

The DDP legislator, Kao criticized the various wrongdoings of her own party, and, the party started up the act of firing her from the DDP.  And, in this case, Kao was, that kid that BUSTED the emperor for being nude, but because of how young she was, not been experienced in politics enough yet, she’d, DARED told, the truth.  While those who spoke badly of Kao, are the cabinet members of the Emperor, lying through their, teeth, refusing to admit, that their emperor was, streaking.  And once that kid busted them, of course they felt embarrassed, and wanted to, arrest the child.

Problem is, it’s subjective, that the Emperor was wearing HIS, new clothes or not, a fact, and it wouldn’t CHANGE, just because someone says it is, so.  Kao had called out, that if Lin’s plagiarism doesn’t get handled properly, there would be five “dead bodies” in the case, and, her “prediction” of that turned out to be, true.  And, I’m certain, that Lai, who’s about to take the role of the chairperson of the political party, knew the kind of material, used to make, that “new cloth”.

And so, this is the, CIRCUS scene of the DDP, with the party affiliated legislator, pointing the TRUTH out to her fellow members of the party, and yet, because her words aren’t to their, liking, they’d, FIRED her from the party, and she became, the one, to get, HANGED for telling the cold, hard truth, that the political party is way too corrupt already, completely, without morals whatsoever, covering for the members, even when they KNEW that they weren’t, doing what’s, right!

That, is how corrupt, politics can get here, how they still, followed that “leader”, completely, blindly, negating the FACTS, because “We must support our leaders or ELSE!”

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Committing Treason, NOT for the Sake of Money, But for How Much She HATED What U.S. Was Doing in the Latin American Countries

So, this is a female spy, with the, MORALITY standards here, and she’d, sold her country out, for a, higher purpose!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

BBC reported, Ana Montes who’d been named as the “most damaging spy” by the U.S. after serving twenty years, she was finally, released.  Reason why she was so famous, was because she’d sold her country out, not for money, but because she was displeased at how thee U.S. was doing bad things in Latin American countries.

During the time Montes worked as an analyst for the FBI, she was in charge of working the intel of Cuba, and nicknamed “the Queen of Cuba”, but she’d, worked as a spy for the country for close to twenty years.  After she was arrested in 2001, the officials stated, that she’d spilled the work of spies from the U.S. in Cuba out completely.

In 2012, the person in charge of intelligence testified in Congress, “Montes had exposed everything about us to Cuba, so the Cubans knew what we have on them, and can use these intel to do what benefitted the country.”

After she was arrested she was sentenced to twenty-five years,, the justice told her that what she did had, jeopardized the entire country.

What she did which was different from the spies of the Cold War era was that she didn’t do this for personal gains, but from the ideologies she believed in.  She’d agreed to spy on the U.S. for Cuba, because she was against President Reagan’s doings in Latin America partially.

Based off of the reports by the D.o.D., the U.S. supported the extreme rights of the Nicaraguan guerilla which had committed many war crimes.

In her universities years back in 1984 in John Hopkins, she’d already voiced her displease of the U.S.’s actions, and was absorbed by the Cuban intelligence office.  Later she’d gotten into the D.o.D., started sending the secret messages to the spies of Cuba in the various restaurants of Washington D.C. every couple of weeks, and accepted the missions via short-wave radio.

For the next five years, Muntes will be watched closely by the U.A., prohibited to work in the government, and banned from contacting agents from other countries.

And so, what made this woman turned against the U.S. was how she saw the damages the U.S. was doing in the other central American countries, and that was when she’d decided to “go over to the other side”, and, in that, she’d shown great morale, and she got punished for it.

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An Army Officer Used the Army Base as a Motel, the General’s Vehicle as Cover

How this gives the morale of the armed services, that bad, R-A-P!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

 A case of extramarital affair had been discovered in the Navy Headquarters, the female navy officer, Guan used the general’s vehicle as a cover to get herself away from the base.  The Navy Headquarters stated yesterday, that both the male and female officers involved had been given more than “two major reprimands” as punishment, and are both being evaluated for dishonorable discharge, while the sentinel guard who was keeping watch over the gates of the navy base will be evaluated for not doing his duties correctly.

The married lieutenant colonel Chen who was the secretary of a higher up general, awhile ago, got drunk outside the army base, and was helped back to the command headquarters of Dajr by a female ranked school officer, the two were accused of spending the night together at the bedroom of the North Sea Building.

The reports stated, the female officer, as she’d entered into the camp in the evenings, she was dressed in her casual clothes, the following morn, she switched to dressed up in the army officer’s uniforms, rode out of the base in the general limo, and because the sentinel saw it was the generals’ limo, he’d not stopped to identify the identity of the female officer.

The Navy headquarters stated, that this case after they’d looked into it, there’d been the breaches of the rules of operations internally, that the involved had interacted out of what’d expected as their behaviors, and they’d already called on the evaluation committee to rule over the case, and had decided to give both the man and the woman more than two major reprimands at least; and they’re considering terminating both their service terms by dishonorable discharges.

The Navy Headquarters stated, that the navy will use this case as an example, to continue to strengthen the internal management processes, the disciplines of the armed services, and the training of the sentinels and follow the strict rules of “severe evaluations, severe rulings of discharge, to keep these similar cases from recurring.

And so this, is how the immoral behaviors of TWO individuals, made the reputations of an entire unit go down the drains, and because you are serving in the armed services you are expected to have a stricter set of moral standards for yourself, and yet, you two couldn’t keep your hands off of one another, and, you’re, married, and on top of that, you had sexual; encounters with one another in the armed service vehicles too!

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Is There a Conflict Between the Ethics & the Freedoms of Marriage?

On the debate of whether or not the party that’s had an affair is allowed to start up the decree of divorce or not!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The debates in the Constitution Courts got started, the debate is on “whether or not the party at fault in a marriage is allowed to start up the process to divorce”?  the side that’s in support of the current law, believed, that the party who was wrong at first, should NOT be allowed to benefit from her/his own illegal actions (having an affair and be allowed to divorce one’s own wife!), in restricting the right to file for divorce would be justified for the ethics code of love that people are living by.  The side that believed that the current law should be unconstitutional stressed that the laws guarantee the freedoms of marriage, including the rights to divorce, that the laws needed not step in, to an already, broken marriage.

This is something that needs thorough evaluation, the values, the benefits, and also at the same time, the matter of, “consequences”, an issue that needed thorough, contemplation.  Is it unconstitutional for “the party who’s to blame to not have the right to divorce”, this is dependent on the individuals’, interpretations of the, matter.  But in the constitutional debate and the legal realm, and when people start discussing this matter, there’s a trending belief that needed to be evaluated over: marriage is freedom, and it shall NOT be bound by the morals and the ethics!

This group set ethics, moral against freedom, believed, that modern day countries’ constitutions protected the freedoms, to allow the individual to go up against the majority, so ethics, moral, and personal feelings (marriage and divorce), the freedoms, should NOT be restricted.

Under this belief system, “freedom” is a neutral value, with the ethical considerations taken out.  Those who preached personal freedoms, are considered advanced and modern; and when those who’d preached about ethics, and values, that’s, oppression.  Similar beliefs are used in debating the validity of same-sex marriages.  Some who are for same sex marriages claimed, “two people who love one another, why are they restricted by the country to love each other?”.  While anyone who’d equated marriage to ethical values gets attacked.

Another case was in the decriminalizing of adultery.  The Grand Justices, although didn’t deny the responsibilities of both party being faithful to one another in the marriage, but the reasoning books stated, “in a marriage, personal freedom ranked higher than the functionality of the society”.  Which showed the grand justices’ leaning toward “freedom as priority” more.

And yet, putting “Freedom” opposite of “ethics”, believing that the constitution protects the former, and not the latter, this is, quite problematic.  In recent times, the major debates of laws have to do with the ethical values, the reasonings behind the laws.  Marriage (same-sex, adultery and divorce), punishment (death penalty), forced apologies, abortions………. if we don’t have a proper conversation with the ethics, the morale of these, then, the problems simply, can’t be, solved.  But, as people get into argument on the issues, they’d always dodged “ethic”, the MOST important consideration of all.  The side that supported freedom believed, that ethic is the leftover from the caste systems, the side that fought for the ethics only stated that current situation, traditions, are a product of, ethical values that’s passed down from ages ago, not mentioning the interaction of the modern values with these age-old beliefs.

A lot believed, that laws and ethics should be separated like church and state, or that these are the most basic of freedoms that humans are endowed, that simply can’t be restricted by morality.  These beliefs of freedom that’s “demoralized”, is slanted.  The debates of ethics, the arguments of law, can’t avoid.

Marriage is a form of contract too, but, how come, the “contract” between two people needed the law to enforce, to, guarantee?  This is a matter of, “ethics”, and, on the marriage itself, or the assets, people need to discuss thoroughly on.  Personal freedom or not, what constitutes as a “breach of contract”?  And, what’s the difference between identity and the laws on assets?

Anyways, the forefront of freedom is ethics, forgetting ethics, morality, the claims of freedom would be without confound.  The beliefs of freedom need to respond to ethics, stating ones’ own values clearly; the conservatives should NOT use ethics like a magical spell, not talked about the contents, and just using it as a motto.  In the legal debates of ethics, if there’s the lacking of the delicate conversations of moral values, then we would become like the Pharisees, using the edicts to hurt people, and feeling that they are, just.  Same should be considered in the debate of whether the party at fault should have the right to divorce.

And so, this goes beyond the law, there are still the socialization, the ethic code, the expectations of society to consider in the matter of whether or not the party at fault should have the right to divorce.  And I do NOT believe, that the party AT fault should have the right to divorce, because you’re the ones who’d fouled up in the marriage first, and that’s why, you do NOT have the right to call your spouses out, to divorce them, the spouses that weren’t cheating are the ones who have the rights to divorce, that’s only fair, after all the ones who’d not cheated aren’t the ones to screw around outside the marriage.

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Lin’s Period of, Introspection

The SHAMELESSNESS, of these, POLITICIANS from the DDP is, something all right, and, we’re still, voting for these, immoral individuals to run our lives???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Lin is now having his, comeback!  It’d only been a month, and five days since he’d declared that he was, dropping out of the mayoral race in Taoyuan.  On this very day, he’d, attended the campaigns at the industrial meet at Hsinchu, to campaign for his fellow DDP party candidates, claimed that nobody will forget the good he’d done over the last eight years he worked as a government official.  At the same time, he’d pointed his sword at Chang the candidate on the KMT ticket, “honesty is way more, important, than being voted as the mayor!”

for her “favorite” protege, Tsai went up against the N.T.U., photo from online

In one short months, it seemed, that Lin had swallowed that “morality do-over pill”, forgotten about the shames of his plagiarism and gotten his two master’s degrees retracted by the schools, and stood in front of the public’s eyes, as a, small giant.  And now, he’s going to, fight for his own dignity, and the first step of this, is to, defame his opponent.  Lin may not have understood yet: that dragging someone else into the mud and the muck of plagiarism, can’t prove his own, “innocence”.  Besides, mixing the business papers of Chang in his line of work with his master thesis, that’s, the DDP’s confusion tactics.

The shortened period of Lin’s introspection, hard to believe.  His dual theses were found to have been plagiarized, to the point of having someone else write the work, how serious was that!  But for him, it seemed, like locking himself in his own home, stay clear of the press a few short days, and, everything’s, nonexistent, that he was still that golden boy of Tsai.  The sense of morale of the DDP these past few years, it’s like with the healing patches, unaffected by “shame”.

the news cast of how Lin had, plagiarized Chen’s thesis too! Photo from online

And for this, Lin mentioned of spending $1.2 billion N.T. of the budgets of the baseball field at Hsinchu, with bad quality work, he’d become, so, shameless in his boasting about it.  He’d even compared himself to TMSC, that a world renowned manufacturer of chips, can also, create the faulty products.  The problem being, the chips were, ass produced, millions at once; and you were only building up just that ONE baseball park, how can you possibly talk of “quality control”?

Tsai’s insistence on backing Lin up, is based off of the same reasoning, they don’t feel that anything they’d done is, immoral, or wrong.

And hence, there lies, that problem!  The heads of states, the heads of the national government is without any sense of morality, and surely, the people they put up for candidacies of the cities in this country are also going to be, just as, if not more so, immoral, and, this country is, sinking, lower down still, and there’s nothing that WE the people can do about it, because we the people are just, too, FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!!!) retarded!

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The Two Officers Got Drunk at the Bar, Started a Fuss, Written Up & Demoted

As they should both be, being law enforcement officers, and this was, how they’d, both, behaved, badly, the adverse effect of drinking, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The female police officer, Lin on the eighth, went with Yao, a man from her squad to a bar in Tainan to drink, Lin started vomiting, because she couldn’t keep her drinks down, but because she didn’t have the cash in $1,200N.T. to pay for the clean up fees, she’d gotten into a verbal argument with the bar; the local precinct police arrived on scene, Lin said that she was “one of your own”, shoved the officer, and got cuffed, and taken into custody.  The Sixth Squad investigated, and found that the two became too intoxicated and behaved wrongly, injured the officers who’d come to arrest them, given them both one major reprimand each, and transferred them out of the higher up officers’ teams.

The thirty-five-year-old Lin received the first-place trophy for Tae-Kwon-Do back in her high school year, received a free ride up to the Police Academy, and assigned to the squadron in charge of the president’s safety, in helping to maintain order at the age of twenty-three, she was assigned as the form vice president, Lu’s personal guard, she is beautiful, and outstanding at her work, the media called her “the VP’s beautiful guard”.  Before the incident, she was the assistant captain’s officer’s squad of her team, she had, a bright future.

On the eighth of this month, Lin went to the bar to drink with her fellow coworker, Yao, they drank more than twenty shots each, Lin started hanging over, barfed all over the floor, the bar asked for a thousand dollars N.T. in clean up charges, Lin didn’t bring any cash with her, Yao couldn’t pay the charges either, they’d started getting into altercation with the bar staff.

The bar called up the local police, the officer arrived, and Yao was upset over how the bar handled the matter, started up the shouting matches with the employees, Lin told the officers who’d arrived on site that they were “one of your own”; as the officers who’d come saw that Lin was plastered, they’d wanted to take her into custody, Lin shoved the officer, and was pinned by force by the police in Tainan to the ground, taken back to the station, while Yao walked away from the bar.

like these two, only, that the two involved also got into a fight with the bar owner! Photo from online

As Lin was taken in, she’d slept until four in the morn, the waken to it, sobered, as the police confirmed her status as a police officer, they’d then, notified the Sixth, and Lin was led away by Yao.

The Sixth said, that after investigations, they’d found that Lin and Yao are coworkers, both are single, and are dating; they’d roused something up after getting drunk, that it’d damaged the reputations of the police forces, both were given one major reprimand, and transferred off of the officer’s forces, Lin was reassigned to the First, Yao was demoted to a desk job.

And so this is still W-H-Y, you should NOT get drunk, not even a little, because you do NOT know what you are going to do after you get drunk, as alcohol makes you lose your inhibitions, you have less control over your impulses, and, these officers, they’d originally had a bright future up ahead but now, because of making a huge mess at the local bars, they can, kiss their bright futures, goodbye!

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The Two Officers Had Investments into the Sex Massage Parlors, Worked in the Department to Stop the Sex Trades, Both Sentenced

As they both, should, because you’re a cop, and because the operators offered you guys the money to not tell on them, and you took it, with the morale of the police department, sinking lower still, on taking bribes and the consequences of it, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The officers Jing and Liu were originally in charge of cracking down the sex trade, but they’d, put investments into the sex massage parlors, and made the illegal profits of $200,000N.T. each, Liu, for the sake of competing with the adversary massage parlors, had even made an anonymous call to the police; the Changwha District Court charged both on bribe and encroachment, sentenced one to two years, the other, three years six months prison terms.

The verdict pointed out, that Jing (age 55) originally worked for the first squad in the Hemei Police Substation, in charge of cracking down on the illegal sex trade operators, Liu (age 51), originally worked as a sergeant of the Daxia Substation of Hemei Police, helped with the crackdown of the illegal human the trafficking, because they both had people on the inside of the business as their tails, they’d cracked many of the sex human trafficking rings, and they were both valued workers by their superiors.

The two officers, because they knew the female sex masseur, Gu and her boyfriend, Hong, Gu wanted to set up her own shop, with Jing and Liu wanting the shares of the earning, and Gu believed, that with the police officers watching out for her business, that it will help her set up shop, in June of 2018, she’d set the two up for stock options for the newly started Jun-Yuen Massage Parlor, Gu and Hong put up a total of $450,000N.T. for their business, with Jing and Liu putting up $125,000N.T. to be included.

The four ran the massage parlors, and had the ladies pay the fees of $600 N.T.s or $400 N.T.s for the bonuses of the earning, but later, the business went bad, Gu and Hong made their exit from the ownership of the massage parlor, set up another shop, with Jing and Liu still as shareholders, and Liu found others to take over the operations of the massage parlors continually, so it can keep on operating; until June of 2019, the police found out about the two sex massage parlors, and found that the two officers had received $200,000N.T. each from the total earning operations.

The judge found, that the officers, Jing and Liu didn’t care of how they’re about to retire, they’d become shareholders of the sex massage parlors, that this was bad morale for the police department, that it’d destroyed the trust the people have toward the police department, the officer, Jing’s good work was erased overnight, and the behaviors of the two officers puts the reputations of the police department to shame, that there’s the need for the severe punishments to be handed down to them.

The courts charged Jing with encroachment sentenced him to two years, and stripped him of his post at the police department for two years; Liu was sentenced to three years six months, stripped of his police status for three years; Gu and Hong both received nine months, they can pay the treasury without serving the time, both will be on probation for four years, and they are to pay the treasury more than a quarter of a million dollars N.T. each.

And so, you have these officers, who are into, making the extra cash for their side business, and, because it’s easy, for them to, they’d used their statuses as police, to get the sex massage parlor operators to bribe them, to look the other way, to tip them off, and that’s just wrong.

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