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…