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With $5.51 Million Cash in Question, the Police Officer Found to Have Been Laundering Money, Sentenced to a Year

Considering how this man is a police officer, and knowing the law, and breaking it, he should’ve, received, a longer, a harsher, sentence, knowing the law and breaking it, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The police sergeant from Longtan Substation of Taoyuan City Police Department, Chang received the amount of $5.51 million N.T. from unknown sources, deposited the amount by portions into his own account, and in a short month’s time, he’d used the ATM to make 333 withdrawals; Chang claimed that he was borrowing the amount from his eldest brother, that the withdrawals were to pay up the debts from gambling, the Taoyuan District Court believed that his statements were inconsistent, and, charged him on money laundering sentenced him for a year, this can be appealed.

The D.A.s Special Office investigated, that Chang started working as a sergeant of the traffic department of Longtan Police substation, made about $70,000N.T. per month, from July 1 to August 5 of 2017, Chang deposited a little over $5.51 million N.T. in parts into the banks, the post office using the ATM, then, took out the withdraws 257 times and 76 times, to the remaining cash of both account having only $349N.T.s and $599 N.T.s.  the D.A. believed, that Chang was using this method, to dodge the seventh and ninth rule of anti-money laundering law, pressed charges.

During the trial, Chang claimed that he owed debts and took out a loan from his eldest brother and sister-in-aw in over four million dollars N.T. of the amount, three million dollars N.T. were at home, but later he’d felt, that the ATM deposits are quite convenient, that he’d withdrawn so much because he’d lost a ton of money in the mahjong games he’d played, denied the allegations of money laundering.  Chang’s eldest brother and sister-in-law testified, that Chang brought up splitting up the assets, they’d wired a total of four million dollars N.T. to him sporadically since 2014.

The courts believed that Chang claimed he’d owed three million dollars N.T. that his pay were deducted, but, not used the amount he’d borrowed to pay the debts, that he’d, deposited $5.51 million N.T.s in only a little over a month’s time, surpassing what he’d made in wages.  That had he’d actually, owed the amounts back in 2014, he’d delayed the payments until 2018, then, made the frequent deposits, that his actions were, questionable.

That Chang chose not to go to the counters of the banks to deposit the amounts in huge sums, instead, used the ATMs to deposit on many occasions, and didn’t explain where he’d gotten the five million dollars N.T., that he’d used the ATM to withdraw anywhere from $100,000N.T. to $300,000N.T., clearly showed, that he was, dodging the bank teller.

The courts considered that Chang is a police officer, that he should’ve been aware of the anti-money laundering laws, but had, broken the laws, and, received the unreasonable amounts, evaded the rules, that his behavior helps the money laundering behaviors get worse, that it’d, affected the society, and denied his own involvements in the process, sentenced him to a year in prison on specialized money laundering charges.

And so, this officer’s claims about the money was, unreasonable, and clearly, he was, laundering money, an he got charged with it, and, he got caught, which still showed, how easy it is, for an officer of the law, to try to work his way around the law, using the knowledge he had of what’s legal and what’s not, and how you will get CAUGHT, if you do something bad.

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Suddenly, the Government Started, Showing Care & Concerns Toward China Airlines?

The government dips, its, “dirty little fingers” into this, partially privately owned airline companies, and make it do as it will, because the government is now, in charge, of EVERYTHING that’s relating to it!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The severity of clusters of pilots of China-Air getting infected with MERS-CoV, the head of the Sanitations Welfare, Chen stated, that you can’t demand the pilots to quarantine themselves for fourteen days, otherwise, China Airlines will go bankrupt.  Surely, there’s NO country that demanded the flight crews to quarantine for fourteen days each time they fly, and no airline companies will, accept this.  On the surfaces, it looked as though the government was, showing too much care and concerns for the airline workers; but deep down, it’s their ways of, denying the realities of the situations.

The flight crews often travels to foreign nations, and, they run an originally, higher-than-usual risk of contraction; but the government delayed the inoculation of the members of the flight crews until the twelfth of last month, isn’t it, too, slow?  Plus, if the government doesn’t “treat the matter of infection seriously enough”, every time a pilot and the flight crews landed, a scan is conducted, at least, this can, greatly reduce the chances of cross-infection of the workers of the quarantine hotels.  And now, the employees of China Air became the target of the online community’s witch hunt, and this, should be on the commanding centers.

photo from online

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in the apron, photo from online

And, does the government really CARE about how much China Airlines is bringing in in income?  Not, necessarily.  Recently, the airline bought the new 777, and, demanded to have the airline company, “China Airline” in small print, changing the font of the CARGO to extra large print, with the map of Taiwan in the center of the words; and in the end, this group of airplanes can’t get to Hong Kong or China.  With China-Airlines losing the business from China and Hong Kong, of course, this, greatly, impacted the airline company’s livelihood; and the party in power showed, a total, lack of care and concerns for it, and the multiple legislators of the DDP even started criticizing that China-Airlines didn’t change this group of airplanes’ logo enough.

The stock option of China-Air is structured oddly, it isn’t a public owned business completely, but, the government could, dip into how the company operates.  The China Airlines that the politicians imagined, isn’t how it can grow, but how to use their status of power, to put those they knew in the higher up managerial positions, to steal the resources, to make the company do at their, wills.  So long as the government stated, then, China-Air would have a turn over of personnel, no questions asked; this “nation-owned airline company”, is a true, tragic.

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the new cargo plane of China-Airline, found online

And now, the government, dipped ITS, dirty little fingers, into the airline companies too, because, China-Air is partially government owned, and, because of the government funding it receives it must, comply to the request of the current government’s asking, and now, this airline became, a puppet of the government too, I wonder WHAT else this government will DIP its, dirty little fingers into next.

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The Drunk-Driving Tests & Punishments Should be More Updated

What caused this, is how the elderly woman was hit, and then, dragged to her death!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The talk show host, Huang’s mother was hit, then dragged by a drunk driver to death, the police charged the suspect with public endangerment, and vehicular manslaughter.  Huang’s distress, it’d made me recalled the former president, Ma’s measures to prevent drunk driving, out of prevention.  The punishments of drunk-driving in Taiwan is, way too, “romantic”, which kept the drunk drivers from learning that needed lesson.

The witnesses recalled, that after the suspect hit the elderly woman, he’d run into the super convenience shops, to get more alcohol, and the breathalyzer showed 0.4mL.  He’d told the police, that he wasn’t drinking before the accidental hit, “I wanted to calm my nerves that was why I went to get the beer!”, would the judge believe him?  I’m really curious on it.  If it was a cover for his drunk driving, hitting someone, then, this is, a drunk-driving death, which will be ruled by a judge.

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a chart of punishments of DUI by states, found from online

The drunk-driving punishment in Singapore is, for first-time offenders, six months in prison, with $5,000U.S. fines.  The second time, double the jail sentences, drunk-driving, injuring someone, more than the second offense, plus, whipping.  The amendment for drunk-driving was written back in 2019, the new law stated, that if the first-time offender’s breathalyzer showed 0.03-percent of higher, the driver gets anywhere from $30,000 to $120,000N.T. in fines, if severe injuries, or death came as results, the licenses are, revoked, and, the driver shall, NEVER take the drivers’ exam again ever!  But, there are, too many rich people here in Taiwan, they’re no way to prevent these, “mobile bombs”!

Who shall lead us, in the amendment of the constitution of drunk-driving?  Which member of the legislature can, not fear the lobbyists and the pressures?  The Tsai government is currently, sorting through the hot potato of the party members’ tie with the mobsters right now.  Adjusting the sentence of drunk-driving came nowhere to the president’s priorities list, this is, a, serious problem.  The justice department needs to discuss the matter further, to set up a tougher standard, or, the judges would go, too easy on the offenders again; can the justice department see this as a problem?  The president should, do something about it too!

As the punishments for drunk-driving in Taiwan stays in the dark ages, using the fines to punish the drunk driving offenders, this sort of a reform, how can it, make the families of those who’d been murdered by drunk drivers, feel safe and secure, of how the justice systems, worked?  Seeing how many of the drunk drivers are making bail, wandering around the minimal punishment of the law, President Tsai, and judges, do you think, it’s, reasonable?

Of course it’s not, reasonable, and the punishments for drunk drivers are, too lenient, and, yet, because the current government is too busy, playing the games of, politics, blackening the party that’s not in power, to make the party in power, look better, that’s why, people like you and me, we are still, getting, totally, SCREWED over, and this is the government that’s, voted into office by the MAJORITY of the population, and the majority of those who voted in this past election, are mostly, the “greens”!

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The Drunk-Driving Tests & Punishments Should be More Updated

A failed pursue, of a teenage girl, by a college student here, and the man got, hacked, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A junior in university, the twenty-one-year-old Wu, was in pursuit of a fourteen-year-old middle school age girl, and, was called out by the fifteen-year-old adolescent male, Yang, the two met around midnight to confront, Wu called along his friend Tsai, and, Yang had a gang of ten others, along with the girl who was Wu’s love interest, Wu was, outnumbered, and was hacked by members of the gang, had a laceration of fifteen-centimeters on his back, was rushed to the hospitals for resuscitation.  The police pursued the leads through the night, and, arrested ten, charged them with obstruction of societal order, assault, and sent them into booking at the Hsinbei District Attorney’s Office and juvenile court.

Based off of understanding, Wu is a junior in the music department of a university, he is currently in treatment at the hospital, the adolescent girl is in her second year of middle school, she’d told that she’d, told Wu that she wasn’t, interested in him, but he’d still, pursued after her; Yang was a dropout, and admitted to getting even for the teenage girl, called on the masses, to teach Wu his lessons.

The police of Banciao received a call at midnight, that under the Chengling Bridge of Huanhan Road, Section 4, a fight broke up, the special forces squad rushed over, and only saw Wu and Tsai (age 38) there, Wu sustained two tears of about fifteen-centimeter each on his back, the police suspected that he was, knifed, they’d had the ambulance rush him to the hospital, and after suturing him up, he was not in any life-threatening danger, and in the hospital for observations.

The police took Tsai in for questioning, that Wu met the fourteen-year-old adolescent girl, Yang, and showed an interest in her, but Yang turned him down, two nights ago, Wu bumped into the adolescent girl, Yang and her friend, Yang walking past the local park, and, he’d told her of his love, and she’d, turned him down, again, and the adolescent, Yang started, cussing him out, they started engaging, then, had a confrontation under the Chengling Bridge at midnight last night.

Wu only called on a friend, Tsai to accompany him, but, Yang found the twenty-two-year-old man, Cheng, and seven other adolescents, a total of nine, with the adolescent girl, Yang there too, there were the baseball bats, the machete being brought to the site too, and because it’s two against ten, Wu was, beaten up bad, and, was hacked on his back.

The police chased after the suspect by their getaway vehicle, and quickly, arrested Yang, and nine others, along with the adolescent girl, Yang in, sent them all to juvenile court for processing.

What PART of NO can’t you understand, she’d already told you, that she wasn’t INTERESTED, and you’d still, pursued after her, and, you got what you deserved, and yet, because you were hacked to injury, those teens who’d blocked you from going after that teenage girl were all, charged, and, they shouldn’t have, solved this problem with violence either!

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The Military Serviceman Committed Suicide as the Other Woman Kept Demanding that He Pay Her More Hush Money

Death, was what, came to, this, CHEATER, and it’s still, his own @#$%ING, fault here!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

Three years ago, the serviceman, Wang committed suicide at his residence, as his wife sorted through his things, she’d found that he was having an affair with the female janitor, Chen who worked in her building, as the two broke up, Chen started, blackmailing Wang, and he’d paid her a total of $400,000N.T. worth of “hush money”, but Chen still won’t let go, which was what caused Wang to commit suicide at the end.  Wang’s wife sued Chen for threats to get money, the Chiaotou District Court in the first trial found Chen guilty, sentenced her to six months in prison, that she could pay the fines and skip out of serving the time, Chen’s wife filed for an appeal, the courts maintained the rulings from the first trial.  Case closed.

Starting in 2016, Chen started working as a janitor at Wang’s building, both were married, and they started having an affair, but in the end, Chen’s husband found out; after they broke up, Chen threatened Wang, that from December of 2017 to March of the following year, Chen threatened Wang with text multiple times, “you will die horribly!”, “I will MAKE what you did KNOWN to the world!”, “You can’t afford to mess with a married woman!”, etc., etc., etc.

Wang was a professional serviceman, to keep his affair under wraps, he’d paid a total of $400,000N.T. as hush money to Chen, to silence her, but, after Chen got the money, she won’t let up, she’d texted, “I was originally a fitting woman, now, my reputation’s gone down the drains, you will go down with me too!”

Wang could no longer live with how Chen constantly threatened him, and felt he had wronged his families, believed, “honor is the first life of a serviceman”, left a note in his residence, then, killed himself, as his wife sorted through his belongings, that was when she’d, learned about the affair for the first time.

At the first trial, Chen claimed, that Wang had, raped her, that it was Wang who’d, broken up, said that he was going to pay her for it, but gone back on his words again, and again, that was what angered her, and thus, the text, that it was, all venting.  The Chiaotou District Court considered how Chen only had a middle school education, that she and Wang’s families can’t reach a settlement agreement to date, sentenced her to six months, and, confiscated the $400,000N.T. she’d blackmailed him away.

Wang’s families thought, that six months was too “lenient”, accused how the woman had sent nude photos of herself to Wang, but delegated all the blames of the affair to Wang only, asked the district attorneys to file for an appeal.

The High Subsidiary Courts of Kaohsiung during the trial, Chen claimed, that Wang’s wife asked over eight million dollars in payment, she couldn’t afford it, which was why she’d not settled with her, the judge believed, that the punishment signed by the first trial was fitting, that it wasn’t, too lenient, too heavy, or, not proportional, tossed back the appeal.

And so, this, is how it goes, you’d cheated, and got sued, and now, you were able to, WEASEL your way out, by excusing yourself, that you don’t make that much money, and you can’t pay what the wife is asking for, and, the man you’d had an affair had, killed himself, as he DESERVED to D-I-E, for being unfaithful to his own wife, and he was, way too, tortured by his own, guilty conscience, and you still, got that, slap on your wrist for having an affair with a married man.

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The Devil Coffees, the Colorful Candies, the Rainbow Cigarettes………………the Age of Drug Abuse Lowered, Now, the Students of the Middle and Elementary School Years are Starting to Abuse Too

And soon, we will be seeing, those infants in DIAPERS, sucking on those, colorful, DRUG candies!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

To feed to the curiosities of the younger generations, the assortments of new-age drugs are, packed as the devil instant coffee packs, candies, with all the, bright colors, like the colorful rainbow cigarettes, which had ketamine and ecstasy, as well as cathinone added; after abusing ketamine, the abuser would get that floating out of the body sensation, but afterwards, the abuser would feel, nauseous, and, the body would feel, imbalanced, and, the long-term abuse can cause dependence, which draws the drug abuser, to use more, to achieve the same effects, and it would become, hard to get, off the addictions.

In the reported cases of drug abuse in 2019, most were of the high school age, second were the middle school age.  The once every four year statistic measure of “National Substance Abuse” estimated that there are 24,000 of the citizens living in this country who’d, tried the illegal substances in their lives, and, most of these falls in the ages of between twenty and twenty-nine.

The statistical research conducted by the food and drugs administration here suggested, that over ninety-percent of the drug abusers are from the younger generations years; the second were from ages twenty-to-twenty-nine, 24.9-percent, and, sixty percent of the abuse were abusing level four substance, and this showed growth in multiples since 2019.

what these, drugs that “appealed” to the younger generation used…

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see how many, varieties? there are, the instant coffee packs here! photo found online

The Food and Drug Administrations estimates from the end of last year showed, that more than ninety-percent of the drug abusers were of younger generations, over ninety-percent, the second was from the age group of thirty to thirty-nine, 24.9-percent; and under age nineteen, the abusers took up 2.9-percent, the third-highest, of these, there were the middle, and even, elementary school students, and the age of abuse is lowering too fast, this is, worrisome.

The most common drug that the younger generation comes into contact with included PMMA, with the hallucinatory effect after use, not only is this drug extremely lethal, it also has a high fatality rate too; based off of the High District Attorneys Offices, there were ninety-three who’d died from abusing PMMA, and the average age is 28.3 years of age, and, twenty-three people were found in Hsinbei City, the highest.

The Hsinbei Police stated, that PMMA first showed up in 2006 in Keelung, a group of fifteen-to-seventeen year-olds were original abusers of ecstasy, but they’d not bought the regular kind of MDMA, but with the PMMA in the makeup of the drug.  As the young people abused the drug, they’d felt, weird, believed hat from before, it only took one pill to get high enough, but, taking one PMMA pill didn’t have any effect, the youth took two, three, and maxed out on the poisoning death, with two of the drug abusers, feeling ill, got sent to the hospital, and, dying in the end.

Based off of the High District Attorneys Offices, it’s estimated, that of the arrested abusers, amphetamine was the highest, and, there’s, the reabuse rate of eighty-five percent, that this is, worth the government’s, attention.

And so, these, are what these younger generations of “children” are using, those, new age drugs, and, like the article suggested, that one of these idiots didn’t get the effects that he had from abusing this new sort of a drug, and took another dose, and, ended up, overdosing, and DYING, and you still don’t think, that drugs are, a problem???

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The Judge Who’d Requested that the Female Assistant Give Him a Massage Demoted to a Court Clerk

And this loser only got???  Oh yeah, DEMOTED, and if you ask me (who asked you!  Exactly…), this MOTHER @#$%ER needs more than that SLAP on the wrist, to LEARN his lessons!  A case of, abuse of, power, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The district judge of Hsinchu, Wu, while working as a justice for the civil courts, used his power status over the three assistants at the office, to have them find his daughters tutors, to go to his daughters’ school functions, field trips, and had the female assistant massage him, and as this became known, he’d coached his assistant to say that “it wasn’t a massage” that she was the one who’d, kindly offered to help him alleviate the stresses in his body.  The Examination department found Wu had abused his power, and impeached him, the justice punishment courts yesterday took Wu’s judgeship away, and transferred him to work as a secretary of the courts of Taoyuan.

The secretary of the chief justices are responsible for anything else away from ruling over the cases, to help share the workload of the judges, Wu’s current wages are a little over $184,000N.T.s per month, and as he got demoted, he only makes a little more than $105,000N.T.s.

the fifty-year-old Wu had once worked in the district court judges in Banciao (before the reforms) and Miaoli, later he’d worked as the head justices in the courts of Hsinchu, until August of two years ago, he got pulled off the bench, and started last January, he’d been on suspension.

The duties courts investigated, that started in the end of May of 2018, to mid-June of 2019, Wu made requests to his female assistants to sort through matters not related to their work, what they weren’t hired to work for, his private matters, including writing his vita for his professorship at Chingwha University, the questions of the mid-terms, answered the questions of his students, to even booking the afternoon tea sessions, the trip to Hong Kong, he’d asked him assistants to manage for him.

Wu had asked another female assistant to rub his temples, his shoulders, neck, and get the heat out of his systems, the female assistant felt disrespected and ashamed.

Wu also used threats to his pupils, as he’d started, teaching law, “don’t let me catch you, or I will, get rid of you”, and as his female students got pregnant, he’d told them, “don’t sign up for the Hsinchu District Court Systems”.

The duties courts criticized Wu for belittling women, that he’d broken the laws of gender equality, that because of his actions, it’d lowered the trust, and expectations that members of the public had of the justice systems.

And so, clearly, this LOSER had, ABUSED his power of being a judge, he’d made those, unreasonable requests to his female secretaries, and they’d not dared, defy him, because they feared getting fired, which made him go more overboard, with his requests, and this LOSER deserved more than just being pulled out of his status as a judge, this loser deserves to get JAILED, and see how he liked being someone else’s BITCH!

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The Woman Committed Arson Out of Anger, Nearly Caused Her Own One-Year-Old Daughter to Die

Just needed to, VENT here, and you’d, scapegoated, and, almost killed your own, one-year-old child!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

She Had a Fight with Her Husband, Her In-Laws, Youngest Sister Took the Young Daughter to Escape, the D.A.’s Office Charged the Woman with Attempted Murder

The woman, Yang had a fight with her husband, Tseng, the following day she crashed her scooter, and her husband didn’t show any care and concerns toward her, led her to become, even more, upset, she’d gotten angered, gone to the gas station, bought a total of 6.8 liters of gasoline, ran back to the betel nut stand her husband operated, but couldn’t find him there, and disregarded that her in-laws, her youngest sister-in-law, along with her own one-year-old young daughter inside, poured gas over the place, and, set the fire, the fire quickly spread out, the in-laws carried the young granddaughter, made it out, recently, the woman was charged with attempted murder domestic violence, and the D.A. asked the courts to increase the severity of her punishment based off of the children and adolescent protective laws.

The district attorneys office and police investigated, the twenty-six-year-old woman, Yang had a verbal altercation with her husband on small matters in life on November 28th of last year, the following evening, she rode her child out, and crashed, at the hospital, she’d called Tseng, wanted him to come and help her sort through the matter, but Tseng was still angry with her, refused, and, dodged her.

In her own emotional instability, Yang got angered, on the night of the 29th of the same month, she’d picked up a plastic keg on the roads, went to the local gas station, bought 6.4 liters worth of gasoline, rushed back to the betel nut stand run by her own in-laws in the park of Dayuan District in Taoyuan, to settle it with her husband.

But Tseng wasn’t at the stand, and Yang got even angrier, disregarded how her own in-laws, her youngest sister-in-law, as well as her own, one-year-old daughter inside the cargo container shopfront, she’d first, poured gas on the parking pen, used a lighter, then, lit things up, the fire spread quickly to the cargo trailer, causing the electric appliances inside, as well as a scooter parked close by to be damaged.

As Yang saw the fire quickly spread, she ran off, and her in-laws, at the sound of the fire alarm sounding off, they ran outside to look, and found that fire had started, they’d, immediately, dashed outside with their own young granddaughter.

The police reviewed over the surveillance, and arrested Yang, took into evidence the receipt that Yang got from buying the gas at the station, and the fire department investigated and believed that the fire was an arson.

As the district attorneys interrogated, Yang admitted to setting the fire, and stated that she knew her in-laws, and her one-year-old young daughter, but didn’t know that her sister-in-law was there too, as the D.A. asked, if she knew the severity of the result of her arson, she’d stated, “I’m aware, that someone can die.”

The district attorney’s office believed, that Yang was aware of her own crime, that she’d broken the laws of domestic violence, attempted murder, and arson, and because she’d broken multiple laws with one crime, they’re looking at charging her on the counts separately.

And so, this, is the results of the woman’s scapegoating, her taking her anger out from the fight with her husband out, on the properties owned by his families, she’d committed arson, and let anger took over her, and now, she’s, faced with, criminal charges, and she’d, almost murdered her own young daughter too, and this still just showed, how violent women can also get, and the fight and her husband’s not apologizing to her, were, the, final straws, there must’ve been, built up, because you don’t suddenly become, an arsonist that commits murder in one instant.

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The Private First Class Drunk-Drove Rammed into the Patrol Cars, the Cops Shot Three Times to Prevent Him from Keep Going

A military man, who’d, broken, THE law, drunk driving, again!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Kinmen Department of Defense’s private first class, Chou, two evenings ago, got behind the wheels after getting drunk with a group of friends, on the way, he’d, stopped the car, allowed the female passenger to get out of the car to puke, it’d, alerted the officers by the side of the road, in a panic, Chou rammed his car into the patrol vehicles, in an attempt to, escape, the officers fired three shots, Chou’s tires were hit, until he’d rammed into the rock as he drove to the Magpie Mountain ring, he’d finally, stopped running off, his breathalyzer showed 0.35, the case is now being processed as obstruction of public affairs, and sent to process at the Kinmen D.A.’s Office.

Based off of understanding, Chou is the private first-class of the marine’s tank department, only twenty-two years old, on the evening of the nineteenth, he’d driven his car which he got less than ten days ago out, got drunk and partied at the karaoke bar, and he was, driving home, because he felt guilty as the police pulled him over, he’d, rammed over the squad cars, and made his escape; after he had done that, he’d posted online, that he felt ashamed of what he’d, done, that he was sorry that he’d made his families, relatives and friends worry, that he’d, lost his job, his car totaled, and he was also, charged.

Chou also disclosed that it was his mother’s birthday yesterday, and he’d, given her, a really, awful, present, became a bad example for all who knew him, he was full of remorse as he’d made his statement.

The head of the police station, Hsieh just finished making the rounds with his officers at around eleven two evenings ago, saw a white truck, parked by the side of the road, with the female passenger tilting her head out of the car, barfing, the officers approached, to show their concerns, and yet the driver, seeing the police approached, called the female passenger in, backed up, hit the patrol vehicles, tried to make a getaway.

In order to protect the safety of his own officers, Hsieh pulled out his gun, fired at the left wheels of the white vehicle three times, shooting the tires, but the driver of the white car didn’t fear, instead, accelerated to try, to get away.  The police then, chased after the vehicle, the white car sped faster down the Yellow Sea Road, as it’d past the ring of the intersection of Yellow Sea Road and Huandao E. Road, he’d lost control of the car because it was too fast, had a fender bender, rammed into the rocks, then the car finally, came, to, a full, stop.

The five on the car didn’t just, turn themselves in then, they’d attempted to dish the car to run away, the police arrived immediately afterwards, took the three who didn’t get too far, and put out an arrest warrant for the two that got away.  The D.O.D. at Kinmen stated, that Chou was off, and got caught drunk driving, tried to evade police arrest, and, the military will discharge him for his misconduct.

Had you stopped when the police told you to, you would’ve gotten, a lighter punishment, I’m sure, but, you ran, and, hit the police squad cars, and, damaged a ton of properties, and now, you will, not only be facing criminal charges, but also, you will, pay for it in the military courts too, was it, worth it?  Trying to, escape, from getting caught?  Of course NOT!

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With the Restraining Orders Set in Place, the Former Flight Attendant Suspected of Arson, the Couple Severely Burned

The use of that restraining order signed by the COURT JUDGE is still???  Oh yeah, WORTHLESS in reality here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former flight attendant, the forty-five year old Lee, awhile ago accused online that her mother-in-law had bitten her to injury, after her fight with her husband yesterday, she was suspected of lighting up gas causing a fire, the husband, Yang and her were both severely injured; Yang claimed that as he’d apologized to his wife, gotten down on his knees, she’d poured the gasoline, then light the fire; Lee said that she’d lit the fires, but her husband was the one, pouring the gasoline, it’d become a he-said, she-said, the police is currently investigating into the matter.

As Lee stopped working as a flight attendant, she’d started working as an auctioneer online, her husband who’s seven years her junior was originally a professional serviceman, after he was discharged, he’d worked with her on her online business.  The police investigated and found, that the couple had often gotten into altercations on taking care of the pet birds and their relationship, on the 24th and 27th of last month separately, they’d both filed restraining orders against each other at the local substations, and on the fourth and nineth, both restraining orders had been, signed into effect.

Awhile ago, Lee disclosed online, that she is seven years her husband’s senior, that her in-laws were displeased about it, and kept giving her a hard time, that they’d married and moved out; recently because Yang couldn’t pay five of his insurances, Yang’s father paid for him on his behalf, and the beneficiary was changed to Yang’s father then.  Last month on the 24th, she took her husband to her in-law’s to confront them on it, they had a huge fight, Lee accused her mother-in-law for splashing her with hot pepper oils, that in the physical altercation, her mother-in-law sliced off a piece of flesh off of her right ring finger; the in-laws accused Lee of scratching up their car and damaging the items on their properties, planned to sue her for assault, damages to their properties, as well as threats too, while Lee accused her mother-in-law for slandering, and insisted on suing her for public humiliation.

At around 6:06 in the morn, the couple was suspected of getting into an altercation again, Lee was suspected of committing arson at her residence, Yang was conscious, rushed downstairs to call for help, while Lee washed herself off in the bathrooms, by the time the paramedic, the fire department arrived, they’d found burn marking in the kitchens, the bedrooms too, they’d rushed the two to the hospital.

The hospital pointed out, that Yang sustained burns up to seventy-percent of his body of second degree, that he’d had burns on his airway, they’d already intubated him; while Lee sustained second to third degree burns on forty-five percent of her body, mostly on the right side of her body, her face to her hips all had burns, both are in critical danger currently.

Yang told the paramedics, that his wife came home early in the morn yesterday, woke him up, told him to get on his knees to apologize, and as he got down on his knees, she’d poured gas all over him then, started a fire; while Lee admitted to arson, but that it was her husband who’d poured the gas that’s, caused the fire.

The neighbors told, that the couple just moved in not long ago, that they’d heard arguing from their apartment often, that the man claimed that he was going to kill himself, making the building into a ticking time bomb.

And so, had one of them moved away from the residence, then, they wouldn’t have engaged, but they chose to LIVE together, and every day, they’d confronted each other, and, got on one another’s, nerves and bad sides, and this was what happened.  And, had one of them selected to MOVE out of the residence, then, all of this could’ve been, avoided.

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