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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 Police Went Through the Obstacles & Caught the Ginger Farmer, Confiscated Six Hundred Million Dollars N.T.’s Worth of Marijuana

Apparently, the DRUG TRADES, paid, WAY better than planting those, normal, agricultural produces here!  Getting CAUGHT, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The ginger farmer, Liu in his own farm, in Lugu, Nantou, planted the marijuana, sold the plants off to a southern dealer, to make a killing, as the police in Taichung busted a drug deal last month involving marijuana, they’d followed the leads, went through the obstacles, and arrested the planters, Liu realized he wasn’t going to escape the law, he’d turned himself in, and, the police confiscated a total of 1,361 live marijuana plants, it’s the largest amount of marijuana in the drug busts in the history, and the drugs are estimated to get sold at over six hundred million dollars N.T.  The police pointed out, that they’d confiscated a total of 1,361 marijuana plants, and, based off of the estimates of each plant’s producing 300 grams worth of manufactured marijuana, the prices that Liu sold to the downstream wholesalers was $800N.T./gram, and it’s estimated that he’d illegally gained $330 million N.T.s, the Chiaotou D.A.’s office awhile ago asked the courts to have Liu into police custody, which the courts allowed.

The police found, that Liu in his thirties, was a local farmer in Lugu, he’d originally planted ginger, and other agricultural produces, many years ago he got involved in the scams, and worked at an external machinery room, was arrested, in prison for two years, as he was released, he’d realized that farming doesn’t earn him enough, and decided, to use an alternative method to plant the marijuana to make the money.

The Taichung Detective Squad in July of this year busted a dealing case, and as the officers compared notes, they’d found, that the level two dealers are stationed in Kaohsiung, and the Taichung police worked hand-in-hand with the Zuoying Substation, and called in the Chiao-Tou D.A.’s office for assistance.

After months of ambushing, collecting the evidence, the police passed through the five levels of obstacles, and the dealers told of the sources where they got the marijuana, and they’d found, that the highest on the chain of command was the ginger farmer, Da Liu, of Nantou.

The police at the start of the month went to Da Liu’s residence in Nantou to search, they’d found, that the roof, the steel shack, as well as his farms, were planted with marijuana, the police and D.A., in the midst of how shocked they all were, confiscated 787 live marijuana plants, and the equipment he used to plant the marijuana, while Liu was already, at large, after he learned of the police, trying to catch him.

And so, because planting ginger couldn’t get you enough money, because, let’s face it, these plants used for cooking, aren’t as, profitable, and so, you’d, turned to planting the marijuana plants, that’s, a much more, lucrative “business”, isn’t it?  And you got BUSTED!

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The Four Police Officers Who’d Planted the Guns to Make the Monthly Quota Sentenced to Prison Time

Just like how it is in sales, when you needed a certain number of clients?  So, apparently, the police officers needed to make a certain number of arrests too, huh?  Officers who KNOW the law, and broke it, for the sake of making that “sales marker” of the monthly quota here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former office manager, Wu, former sergeant, Ting, and three other officers of the Pingzen Substation of the Taoyuan Police Department, eight years ago, made a deal with the drug dealer, Liu, they’d wanted him to plant the guns into others’, in exchange for his “get-out-of-jail free card”, the Highest Court charged the officers on illegal search, setting a criminal free, along with being dishonest as a government employee, sentenced Wu and three others anywhere from five years four months to six years three months, case closed.  Before the D.A. started the bust, the officer, Wei Chen escaped to Canada, there’s currently an international arrest warrant on him right now.

In 2011, the spring safety review, the Pingzhen Substation ranked at the bottom, the following year, the officer, Ting got a hold of how Liu used a gun to commit robbery, in order to get the quotas of guns confiscated, on January 18th, he and officers, Lee, Lin, Chen, headed to the suspect’s residence in Yangmei, Taoyuan, for a search without a valid warrant, and they only found illegal substances, and no guns; Liu worried that his girlfriend with an active warrant out on her arrest getting caught, he’d begged the officers to let them slide.

Lee told Liu, that the precinct is running short on gun busts, Liu promised to give them the tips, in exchange for his own and his girlfriend’s freedom, the police agreed to this “trade-off”, they’d not taken Liu into custody, and allowed him to take his girlfriend away.

The following day, Liu’s friend visited a man, Yeh, and stowed the guns and ammunition away inside the ceilings of Yeh’s factory, then he’d, notified the police to bust the man, and find the guns he’d stashed.

And so, this, is a quid pro quo, or a tit-for-tat, the police used their power, to threaten this drug dealer to help the police station make enough busts on guns, and because the drug dealer didn’t want to get arrested, he’d agreed, and, these officers broke the law, and they’re, supposed to, uphold, to carry out the law, and, they all deserved to be punished, more severely, than the average, common criminals, because they’re police officers!

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Sold One Gram of Heroin, Sentenced to Fifteen-and-a-Half Years

A CRACKDOWN on drugs, the government is now, punishing the dealers, the users, more severely, than E-V-E-R before!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A man, Hsu bought heroin from a man nicknamed, “Health Man” last year, then, he’d used the cost of $3,000N.T. per gram and sold it to another man, Huang, Huang thought that the heroin wasn’t high in quality, demanded a refund, Hsu offered him the brand new drugs, and the police was able to catch him, he’d denied having sold drugs, claimed that he and Huang had rounded up their money and bought from a man, “Health Man”, the judge didn’t believe him, sentenced him to fifteen years six months, and took the illegally gained money of $3,000N.T.s.  This can still be appealed.

The verdict stated, the Hsu (age 52) received Huang’s call last year, wanted to buy the A class drug, heroin, Hus first contacted the man nicknamed Ken, to get the deals going, last year at noon on June 15th, he’d taken the $3,000N.T. from Huang, and rode in Huang’s car to the east side of Taichung to meet up with “Ken”.

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The two, upon arriving, Hsu went alone upstairs to meet “Ken”, bought a bag of heroin, then, took Huang’s car back to his rental stay on the west side of Taichung, he’d entered alone into his own residence, split up the heroin he bought into two separate bags, handed one bag to Huang.

And so, this, is the government’s, CRACKING down on the drug deals, and, hopefully, this will, deter all the dealers, from selling, because if the rest of the drug-dealing community saw how sever this man’s sentence for dealing just ONE gram of heroin is, maybe, it’s enough, to STOP them from selling too, hopefully.

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He Got into a Car Wreck, Went Home, Downed a Bottle of Rice Wine…the Charges of Drunk-Driving, Dropped

Because he downed that bottle after he got into a crash, to calm down his own nerves???  Got off, on a technicality here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Two years ago, the man, Liu had a fender-bender with a sedan, he’d, walked back to his residence close to where the accident occurred, downed a bottle of rice wine to calm his own nerves, and the D.A. and the police believed he was trying to, mess up his own sobriety test, charged him on drunk-driving still; the first trial found, that Liu had, arrived home after he got into a fender-bender and downed a bottle of 600mL rice wine, there’s no way of confirming that he was already drunk before the accident had occurred, found him not-guilty; the D.A. appealed, the Kaohsiung High Courts maintained the not-guilty verdict, case closed.

The district attorney filed for an appeal, calculated on how if Liu had three cigarettes and drunk, subtracting the time he took to smoke, there were only four minutes that he had to spare, to down that six hundred milliliter worth of rice wine, it was, hard to imagine that he was able to, the Collectivist Courts found during the second trial, that calculating the time like so wouldn’t be precise enough, and it’d lacked the scientific basis of binge drinking’s effect on impairment, that it couldn’t prove that Liu was drunk before he got into the car wreck, tossed back the district attorney’s appeals.

And yeah, so this LOSER still, got away, on a technicality, and, maybe, he drank the bottle, to smooth his own nerves for hitting the car, who knows, or maybe, he’d, knowingly drunk that bottle, because he knew, that it helped him get off on a conviction of drunk-driving, either way, this, IS a H-O-L-E in the justice system 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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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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The Cases of Sextortion from Online, the Youngest Victim Only Nine

They’re still, getting younger by the years here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

There is an influx of the sextortion cases of young children for the first half of the year in Hsinbei City, it’s at the peak compared to three years, clearly, these cases are, on the rise, and there were male AND female victims, of the youngest, found in the city of Hsinbei, was only nine, the youngest found in the city of Taipei, eleven.  The summer had begun, the social services department of both Taipei and Hsinbei alerted the parents to tune in to their children’s cell phone usage, their online activities, so they don’t turn into, victims.

The outbreaks kept the children at home, plus, a lot of the children in this country all had cell phones, which was what caused this rise in the number of victims.  The head of the Domestic Violence Prevention Center of Hsinbei City, Hsu called out to the parents, to follow the “Three Don’ts and One Do” rule, “don’t photograph or film”, “Don’t keep the files”, “Don’t Share” those private photos, and to “keep the footages” on file to use as evidence.

Since the implementing of the “Children & Adolescent Sextortion Prevention Laws” were amended in 2017, there’d been a hike in the reports of the sextortion cases online, but the age of the victims, started to decline, and mostly, the video sound files were, leaked out, and to the severe, rapes.

The Department of Sanitation & Welfare and the Hsinbei Domestic Violence Prevention Center estimated, that there were 415 reported case nationwide, forty-eight were from Hsinbei; the 351 reported case in 2018, thirty-nine were from Hsinbei, with most of the cases in the age group of fifteen to eighteen, taking up seventy-four-percent; of the 677 cases nationally last year, there were 139 cases from Hsinbei, with the ages of the victim, dropped to between twelve and fifteen, taking up forty-six percent.  To this May, there were, eighty-seven reported cases in Hsinbei City, of these, two-percent were children under twelves two years ago, and this year, it’d, hiked up to eleven-percent.

There were sixty-one cases two years ago, seventy-five last year, and, just the first half of the year this year, the number reached up to fifty-one cases to date, the youngest victim was only eleven, eighty-percent were females, and the victims were mostly, fourteen-year-olds.  The Social Services pointed out, that with the hike in the cases, the parents and the police are all on high alert, and believed, that it was because of the outbreaks, the kids were kept at home, they’d, gotten more involved with the activities online.

Hsu stated, that the methods of enticing the victims back in 2018 were mostly the online gaming credits, or the “Korean pop music group selections”, and last year, the methods switched to voyeurism, sex-cam, and forced the children and teens to get more shots nude to send to the perpetrators.

Like how two days ago, the model maker, Liu from Taichung used the huge sums of money, had the adolescent female filmed herself masturbating or shoot the photos of herself nude, and he’d, kept the footages, and, threatened the young woman to expose her, forced her to take more nude photos, or make more sex tapes, like the Taiwanese version of “Room N” from Korea awhile ago.

Because all of these teenagers and tweenagers got NOTHING else better to do, they can’t play outside, so, they’d, started, roaming online, and because of how young, how NAÏVE they all are, they’re, all SCREWED, because they were educated enough, of the DANGERS, lurking in the “woods” online!

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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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The Police Officer Raped a Woman He’d Met from Online, After the Charges are Confirmed, He Will Kicked Off the Police Forces

Yeah, uh, what the @$#%?  This IS an officer of the L-A-W here, that’s, done something ILLEGAL, not to mention, IMMORAL too!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Highway Police Department officer, Lin, three years ago, using the lure of letting a female he’d met online borrow money to meet up, and asked her, “be my other wife”, then, drove her to an unpopulated area and raped her; the first and second trials found him guilty of forced sexual act, sentenced him to four years two months, the Highest Courts tossed back his appeals, case closed!

Lin originally worked in the Second Squad, Zao-Chiao Subunit, as the incident happened, he was transferred to the ninth, back then he’d wanted to retire, but because of the indictment by the D.A. the police forces halted his request of filing for retirement, he’d been suspended to date; the Highway Police Station stated yesterday, that as the verdict is received they will be filing for the termination of his work with the police unit, and they will be tracing the time of the day of the verdict to see the dates.

The verdict pointed out, in 2013, Lin met the woman on FB, four years later, because she’d needed money to pay her rent, she’d asked for a loan from him, they’d agreed to meet at a certain super convenience shop in Chiayi, later, Lin told the woman to take the high-speed rail to Miaoli to meet him.

As the woman arrived, Lin first used his cell phone to capture her on tape, then observed her from afar, then, texted her to go to a restaurant via a cab, then afterwards, he’d driven her around, to take her out for drinks, to eat, and he’d asked her repeatedly, “Do you want to be my spare”, “Do you want to go to a sauna with me?”, which the woman had turned down.

On the same evening at around seven, Lin drove the woman to a distant location on a road where almost nobody passes by, parked his car, and asked her to be his spare, the woman worried for her safety, and feign compliance later, Lin raped the woman with his fingers, and told her, “it’s a matter of time, since you’re, going to be my second wife!”

Afterwards, Lin threw a thousand dollars at the woman, and promised her that he’ll wire $100,000N.T. to her account; later the woman sent a photo of her own bank rosters to Lin said, “What does your conscience tell you?”, but Lin didn’t reply back, the woman went to get a rape kit, and called the police.

And so, this, is what men are all about, they TAKE advantage of a situation, and in this case, it’s a highway police who’d done this, and, because the woman owed him the money, he thought it was okay to RAPE her, and he treated her less than human, and he deserved a very harsh sentence for the crimes he’d committed, and he is, an AWFUL example of the police forces too!

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