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The Police Officer Kicked the Suspect’s Head in an Arrest, the Wanhua Substation Swiftly Handed Down the Punishment to the Officer

The police, abusing power in an arrest here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Man, Song, and the Woman, Shih Rode Home in a Cab in the Midnight Hours of Yesterday after They Got Drunk, the Woman Wanted to Barf, and Had Started an Altercation with the Cab Driver, Lin; the Wanhwa Police Had Six Officers Gone to the Scene to Handle the Matter, as the Officer, Weng Subdued Shih, He’d Used His Knee to Pin Down the Woman’s Face, and Smacked Her Head, Then, He’d, Kicked the Woman’s Head Two More Times, the Locals Filmed the Entire Process, Streamed it Online, and the Online Community Ranted on How the Officer Went Overboard in Measures of Making the Arrest.

This was the second case after last month’s incident when the officers arrested a teenager who refused to stop for a check, the Wanhwa Police held a press conference, and apologized publicly, admitted that the officer had gone overboard, and that they’re handing down the punishments for him immediately, gave him a reprimand, and transferred him to the backup squad teams.

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Based off of understanding, the forty-four year-old man, Song and his twenty-one-year-old girlfriend, Shih, two nights ago were drinking in Wugu, Hsinbei City, as Lin found a cab early yesterday morning to return to Taipei, on the way, Shih had a hangover, the driver, Lin told her not too barf inside his car, demanded that Shih keep it down until he’d parked by the side of the road then do it, Song was displeased, and started cussing the driver out, they started in argument.

As the driver drove across the Zhongxiao W. Road and Xining S. Road intersection, the driver Lin parked the car, demanded both to get out, they’d started arguing, pushing and shoving each other on the streets, and the pedestrians called the cops; the Wanhwa Police Substation’s Ximenting Substation sent out six officers, subdued Song and Shih.

But after Shih was on the ground, the thirty-one-year-old male officer, Weng used his knee, to push Shih’s face, and smacked her head, then, kicked her head twice, the entire process was filmed, and streamed onto FB, and it’d, gotten the community ranting.

The police stated, that the officer, Weng started working in the force about a little over a year ago, back then, because Shih was too emotional, and as he’d subdued her, she’d still, cussed him out, and he’d, lost it, that was why he’d, kicked her, and afterwards, he’d known, that he’d, violated the procedures and, accepted the punishment handed down by the police department.

The Wanhwa Police held a press conference yesterday, stated that they will give Weng a written reprimand, and transfer him into the backup units; as for Song and Shi’s physically assaulting the officers after they got drunk, they will both be charged with obstruction of public order, and physical assault.

And so, it’s, not at all easy, to keep your cool, in situations like this, but, because of your status, as a cop, it’s vital, that you maintained your cool, and in this case, this officer didn’t, and, he got pulled off duty.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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The Police Searched without a Warrant, and Insulted the Woman Verbally

Because you’re a cop, therefore, you get to, abuse the person you’re, taking in, is that it???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

As the patrol team of Taoyuan stopped a woman, Huang, the officers thought she’d, cussed them out, and took her into custody, but the district attorney found, that the two officers who’d made the arrest didn’t have a warrant, and they’d, cussed the woman out too, carried an awful attitude, believed, that Huang felt taken, that was why she’d, cussed the officers out, that she’d not intentionally offend a law enforcement official, dropped the charges; and, toward the officers’ abusing of their power in the arrest, the district attorney’s offices asked the supervising department of the officers to look into the matter more.

The safety squad said, they respected the D.A.’s dropping the charge against the woman, that they do concur with how the officers had gone overboard, and they will train them better from here on out.

Based off of the squad that took Huang into custody, at around five in the afternoon on October 3rd of last year, Huang (age 37) was suspicious, and the police stopped her on Shijien Road of Zhongli District, she’d started, cussing the officers out, and was taken into the police station on publicly insulting a police officer.

As the district attorney found the secret camera, they’d found, that the two officers didn’t have the right to search her car, and that they had no valid foundation for the searches, but they’d, gone through Huang’s backpack, cigarettes, her makeup, and asked her, “what did the judge give you the last time?”, ‘Did you miss us?”, and “!@#$ your mother!”, with the improper spoken verbal insults and tones of voice, Huang felt offended, called out, “I’m making my !@#$ING delivery you mother !@#$ERS!”, and, the police believed that she’d, threatened them, and she was, taken into custody.

The D.A. pointed out, that as the officers searched and found nothing suspicious on Huang’s identification, they’d demanded to search her home too, and said, “I’m certain, that you have a stash (drugs) in your home”., Huang believed, that the officers didn’t have a signed warrant, and the officers claimed, “We’ll have the district attorney write one up later”, Huang replied, “What do you think I am?  Three?”, the officers shouted back, “Watch your tongue”, “We’re calling in a female officer to search your body now!”

Back then, they were at a standstill, the officers told Huang, “I think you’ll, offend again!”, Huang felt insulted, and turned around to leave, and, the officers cuffed her, for cussing them out, demanded her to apologize, Huang couldn’t hold it in, and stated, cussing them out, then, she was, taken into the squad car, and taken back to the precinct.

The district attorneys pointed out, the two officers conducted an illegal search from the beginning, and used the cuss words that were, improper, how do they expect Huang keep her cool when they took her in?  And as they’d found nothing, they’d, kept her from leaving, in the process of the search, they’d, repeatedly, insulted, threatened the woman, and, used a set of cuffs to threaten her, and clearly, this was, an abuse of their power as police officers.

The D.A. told, that Huang took almost seven-minutes’ worth of improper treatment by these officers, and although she had, cussed them out, but considering how she was, angered, and, upset by their insulting her, there’s no clear intentions of her obstructing justice, the charges were dropped against her.

Yeah, this would still be, an ABUSE of power, just because you’d arrested her the last time, that still does NOT mean that you have the right, to do the illegal search of her car, and verbally insult her, and these officers should get punished for it.

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The Infant was Abandoned in the Park, the Stray Dogs Eaten it Up with Only the Skull Remaining

In the Dual-Lake Park construction area in Sanming District of Kaohsiung there were the construction workers who’d found a white package in the construction sites, as they’d opened it, they were shocked to find the corpse of an infant without the head, the police and district attorneys examined the body, suspected that the infant was eaten by the stray dogs after being abandoned by its, parents, they’re, currently, chasing the leads to identify the parents, to find if the infant was abandoned alive, or dead.

The location of where the body was found, was the back slopes of the Daping Yu First Cemetery next to a junk yard in Dingjing Alley of Sanming District in Kaohsiung, it was originally the public Ding-Jing Cemetery, but the city government had, relocated the cemetery, currently, the location is under construction of the greener park projects.

At around 1:30 in the afternoon yesterday, the contractors of the park started working, they’d discovered  small white package on the lawns, the workers went over, opened it up, found a tiny head with the face chewed off, they’d, immediately, notified the police.

As the police arrived, they’d, immediately, sealed up the site, the police found, that the infant head was wrapped in white tarp, inside the white tarp, there was also, a cardboard box, and around the 100 meter radius of where the box was found, were the scattered pieces of bone, they’d suspected that they may be from the infant.

The workers who’d discovered the infant head told, they’d stopped working for two, three days on end, that they’d discovered the package of white cloth, and because a woman often come to feed the stray dogs, there were, the gathering of, about eight stray dogs, the police suspected that the infant’s body was chewed up by the stray dogs, leaving the blood stains on the white cloth.

The Kaohsiung District Attorneys came with the coroners to examine the body, and, found, that the diameter of the skull was, only a little over ten centimeters, they suspected that the infant was, only a few days old, but, they couldn’t tell the sex, because there were the irregular lacerations of the skins on the neck area, and suspected that after the infant was abandoned, it’d been chewed up by the stray dogs already.

And so, we have, a Baby Doe, and, the way this infant got chewed up by the strays, was too awful, because its (as the sex is still, undetermined???) parents couldn’t, take responsibilities for it, and maybe, Baby Doe was a stillborn, maybe it wasn’t, nobody knows for right now!

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He’d, Struggled on the Bottom of the Socioeconomic Ladders…Partnered Up in Business with His Friend, Set a Fire, Killed His Friend, as He Got Stuck in a Bad Situation

The courts showed leniency for this murderer, and gave him a lighter sentence for murder, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

Lee held a grudge toward his friend, Chen, at the end of the year, two years ago, he’d gone to Chen’s resident, poured the gasoline around his place, committed arson, causing Chen to have burns on his body, he was rushed to the hospital, and died, the first trial found Lee guilty of murder, sentenced him to life in prison, the Kaohsiung High Subsidiary Courts considered how before he’d committed the crime Lee suffered from insomnia, and other problems, yesterday, based off of the rules of the laws of reductions in prison terms, sentenced him to sixteen years, and stripped him of his government position for ten years, this can be appealed.

Lee (age 53) has two sons with his wife, worked as a manual laborer at the fishing ports, but due to the reduction in the catches, his wages got cut to below $20,000N.T. per month, he’d started working as a temp at the waste water disposal unit, he’d also temped at the frozen foods factories as well.

In February of 2018, Lee planned to go into the shrimp business with his friend, Chen, but the work didn’t prove to be fruitful enough, he’d not made any money in six whole months, he’d attempted to kill himself by taking the medications; as he was rescued back, he’d, resumed working in the frozen foods factories again; because his second son is in college, and Lee was out of work for awhile, it’d, caused him economic stresses, plus he’d heard that Chen’s been spreading rumors on how he was lazy around, they’d gotten into an altercation in car sales too, and this, made him want to kill Chen.

On the evening of December 8th two years ago, Lee took a twenty kiloliter plastic keg to the gas station to fill up, the following day at around four in the morn, he’d, poured the gas onto Chen’s steel shack, ignited the fire around Chen’s residence, then, ran off, two hours later, he’d returned back to the scene drunk, told the police that he’d, committed arson.

Back then, because Chen was, asleep inside, by the time the firefighters got him out, he’d had second, third degree burns covering over eighty-percent of his body, as he was rushed to the hospital, he’d, died.

The first trial took into considerations, that Lee turned himself in, that he’d, admitted to what he’d done, that he he’d not reached a settlement agreement with the families due to his lacking of income, that he wasn’t someone without humanity, but the families of the victim asked the courts for a severe sentence, the courts charged him with murder, sentenced him to life in prison, and he’d had to, pay the family members of the man he’d murdered, a total of $2,547,500 N.T.s.

The second trial in the Collectivist Courts found, that Lee was originally sentenced to the death penalty, but because he’d qualified for the sentence reduction for turning himself in, but the first trial didn’t consider that he’d shown signs of depression, was mildly retarded, was insomniac, or suicidal, plus he’d pleaded guilty and was willing to apologize to the families of the victim, but the families of the victim wouldn’t accept his apologies, and that they’d not reached a settlement agreement due to his lacking in ability in paying them, believed that life sentence was still, too harsh, the Collectivist Courts reduced his sentence to only sixteen years.

And so, this is how a mental illness can, gets you a more lenient sentence, and because this man who’d, murdered his friend showed a good attitude (Whatever that meant!) after he’d turned himself in, and was willing to pay the victim’s families, that’s why he got off, easy.

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In the Arcade Gambling Case, the Officers Split Up the Hush Money, Found Guilty, Sentenced to Sixteen Years

A higher-ranking POLICE officer, breaking the LAWS, and for what, a little kickback!  How money is, so enticing here!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

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The former higher ranking police officer, Lee, while he was working as the head of the specialty task force with a high rank, took the bribes from the arcade owners, and he is imprisoned now; he’d, given up the assistant head of the department, Lin, who’d, split up the money from the arcade owners; Lin stated that he was only trying to help Lee, which was why he’d, admitted to taking the kickbacks, the High Subsidiary Courts in Kaohsiung found Lin guilty of embezzlement, sentenced him to sixteen years in prison.

Lin, who’d been taken off police duty with his wife and other members of his family came to court to hear the verdict, he was worked up, told, that Lee gave the bribes to the woman he was having an affair with, in order to protect the money, that was why he’d, made the false accusations, that there’s the communication records of what was being said, and that the courts found him guilty, based, solely off of Lee’s testimonies, without direct evidence, that he will, appeal to turn over the verdict.

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Lee was accused of taking bribe from the arcade owners through receiving money from his subordinates, Yeh and Peng, who are both, fired from the police department now; Lee had taken the bribes twenty-one times, with the amount of a total of $11.44 million N.T.s.

As Lee was indicted, he claimed that he’d, split up the bribes he’d received from the arcade owners with the assistant lieutenant, Lin, and although Lin denied it, said that Lee’s accusations were to help himself get off easy, he’d not turned the bribe money from the arcade shops that Lin received, which was why he was still, charged with corruption.

The judge believed, that Lin while he directed the task force, had the right to assign his subordinates to check the arcades for gambling, he was the primary executor of the activities, that he’d, played a vital role, that the case couldn’t have been covered up so well, with only Lee working to, that he probably, received at least HALF of the bribe money from the arcade owners, he’d, gone against his call of duty, and gave him sixteen years in prison, and stripped him of his status in the force for six years.

In October of 2016, the district attorney’s office of Kaohsiung started investigating the cases of the police department’s looking the other way in the arcade gambling case, back then, Lee was just, promoted to the assistant director of the Sanming Second Substation, and because his testimonies are vital for the convictions, after his sentence was, reduced, he received six years, four months in prison, he’d started serving his prison term this February; the former police officer, Yeh received a year and a half, and, the former patrol officer’s indictment, is still, pending right now.

And so, this, is what made these officers, break the law, for a little, extra money, they’d, broken the law, AS, police officers, and, they should get heavier sentences, as a warning, to those who are, about to, break the law, and this still just showed, how even the police can be, tempted, by money, to break the laws!

 

 

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