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Someone Was Beaten to Death in the Back of an Uber, the Uber Driver “Minded His Own Business”

You can see, how this, Uber driver only wanted to, mind his own, beeswax, right???  Murder, on the back, of an, Uber, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The men, Liu and Huang and one other, gathered to drink on the third, as the two got drunk, and rode on Uber to get home, on the way, they started fighting about how the cab fare is to get split, on the backseat, Huang started beating Liu until he was unconscious, then, he’d dropped Liu out by the building of where Liu lived, then left.  About an hour later, Liu was found by the local residents, lost signs of life, he died.  As Huang was arrested, he was still, intoxicated, claimed, “I didn’t know he’d died”, after the police interrogated him, they charged him with murder by assault, the D.A. asked the courts to have him in custody, the courts set his bail at $100,000N.T., and placed him under house arrest.

The investigators found, that the sixty-five year-old Huang on the evening of the third, went to a karaoke to drink and to gather for a meal with the sixty-seven year-old Liu and four others in Hsintien, after the gathering was over, Huang, Liu and one other of the group took a Uber home, during the time, the other friend got off, then, the driver turned to Liu’s mansion located on the mountains of Hsintien.

On the way, Huang believed that Liu wanted to split the cab fare evenly, they started altercating, in a moment of anger, Huang started beating Liu in the face, at around eleven, the Uber got to the outside of Liu’s mansion, as Huang saw Liu was passed out, couldn’t get out, he’d pulled him out of the Uber, then left him, then, rode back to his home in Zhonghe.

Liu fell limp on the ground, about an hour later, he was found by a resident to become, unresponsive; the paramedics were called, flipped him over, found him, dead, with massive amount of blood in his mouth, he’d died on the way as they’d rushed him to the hospital.

The police reviewed the surveillance on the streets, found the Uber driver, then, followed the leads, to Zhonghe, arrested Huang, and Huang was still, passed out, and asked the officers, “Why are you here?”, as the officers told him, he’d admitted to beating Liu, but “I didn’t know he’d died.”

The Uber driver testified, that he’d heard the two arguing on the back, fighting over who should pay more of the fare, that they’d had physical confrontations now and then, he’d not known, that by the time Liu was dragged out, if he was alive or already dead he only drove the customers, and, wouldn’t mind others’ businesses.

And so, that, is how the bystander effects worked in this case, after all, it’s NOT the Uber driver’s responsibilities, to make SURE that his customers are, okay, he was only, responsible for giving them the lifts, and, in this day and age, we all learned, that it’s best, that we keep minding our own business, and NOT get into someone else’s business, because we don’t want any troubles.

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He’d Tortured His Eighty-One Year-Old Elderly Father to Death, Keeping Him Nude on the Lanai, Exposing the Elderly Man to the Bright Sunlight

The son-in-law here as the abuser, the daughter as, an, enabler!  Crimes in progress here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Hsu didn’t care that his elderly eighty-one-year-old father-in-law was demented, locked him out without any clothes on on the lanai with his own wife, provided the elderly with only one meal a day, and they’d, poured the water, the cleaning agents on the elderly, allowed his father-in-law to lie in his own urine and feces, and the elderly can only use his thin arms to block the sun from burning him up, he’d only slept for three hours daily, in the end, he’d gotten, abused, tortured to death by them; as Hsu was called in, he’d told the police, “this is how our family got along”, the district attorneys indicted both Hsu and Chen on torture and illegally incarcerating the elderly man causing death, asked the courts to give them severe sentences.

The indictment stated, that Hsu, being the elderly man’s son-in-law, using such a horrid manner to torture, to injure his own father-in-law, taking away all the elderly man’s dignity, that he didn’t have any humanity left inside, asked for twenty-five years.

Chen knew her father was being abused by her husband, but stood by, and watched the elderly man get beaten to injury, and, the D.A. found the woman not fulfilling the duties to protect her own father, asked for twenty years.

Chen (age 45) and Hsu (age 44) took the elderly home from the hospital back on February 2nd, they knew he was demented, and with his arms and legs lacking the muscles to mobilize, couldn’t take care of his own living means, and, in the summer of this year, when the weather was high up to 35.6-degrees Celsius, locked him outside, nude.

Chen and Hsu only fed the elderly one meal per day, only gave him water, porridge, or plain buns to feed him, allowed the elderly man to lie or squat, without any clothes on, in his own urine or feces, Hsu even poured buckets of water down on him, causing the elderly to fall backwards, hitting his head, used the toilet brush to assault the elderly man, threatened him, “if you enter the house, it would be when they haul you out to the funeral home!”

Hsu had told his father-in-law “I don’t give you food, you don’t defecate”, “you don’t get food, if you defecate once on the floors”, and threatened to break his legs; the elderly man, Chen had stayed out on the lanai under the scorching heat for days, then, Hsu used a bucket, and even strong base or strong acid cleaners, poured it on him, not allowed him to lie down to rest.

As Hsu saw his father-in-law lying on the lanai, he got angered and started beating him with a toilet brush, kicked him hard, the elderly told, “I really can’t get up”, Hsu then hosed down his father-in-law, dragged him, slammed him, used his hands on his neck to prevent him from breathing, while Chen was close by, using a broom, to hit her father’s lower back too.

Chen’s health deteriorated quickly, due to the abuse, on July 30th, Chen saw that her father wasn’t breathing, confirmed that he’d died, some time ago, then, notified the police; the coroner’s autopsy showed, that Chen died of brain damage, rhabdomyolysis, the district attorneys asked the courts to have this horrific couple into custody, which the courts signed off on.

During the D.A.’s interrogations, Chen claimed that she didn’t know that her father was being beaten, that she believed that her husband was “encouraging her father to move his muscles more”, that’s why he’d used the threats, Hsu admitted to restricting his own father-in-law’s movements, but stressed, “This is how we got along as a family”, and that it was his own father-in-law that bumped into the walls and fell, on the injuries found, denied the abuse.

And so, this elderly was, abused to death, but, something else must’ve, happened way before, to cause this couple to torture their elder to death, or that the caretaking burdens became too much for them to handle, that they believed it would be easier, to start mistreating the elderly man like so, and now, both will be, charged, with MURDER.

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After the Psychologically Ill Man Hacked His Own Mother to Death, He’d Cried Out, “Someone, HELP My MOTHER!”

The man’s mental illness left untreated, that’s, caused his own mother to be, MURDERED by him!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

There was the tragic news of a mother being murdered by her son in Taoyuan yesterday, the man, Tseng, was suspected of murdering his own mother, Chen, with a butcher’s knife, with whom he lives with.  The police, fire department broke down the door, found Chen lying in a pool of blood, already dead, Tseng was covered in blood, and was found, hiding on the balcony, in a daze.  The police found the records of Tseng having been treated for a mental condition, but not registered as a mentally ill person, as they took him to the hospital under police custody, they’d charged him with murder, after the D.A. reviewed the facts, asked the courts to keep him in custody, the courts signed off on it.

The police found, that the thirty-one-year-old Tseng lives on the fourth floor of an apartment with his mother in Pingzhen District, Chen took care of Tseng by herself.  At around six in the morning, the neighbor, Liao heard Chen called for help and immediately called the police, and Tseng started crying shortly thereafter, “help, save my mother!”; as the police and firefighters arrived the door was locked from the inside, they broke it down, entered into the living room, where they saw a huge pool of blood, with Tseng’s mother lying in it, no sign of life, and there was a butcher’s knife next to her body, that was suspected of being used as a murder weapon.

The police found the injuries are around the head, and the neck on the victim’s body, they’d suspected, that the victim was hit by the butcher’s knife on the head, then, hacked to death.  They’d followed the blood trails, and found Tseng hidden out on the balcony without the railings, he’d sat, stood, and attempted to leap off.  The police immediately arrested him, found him to have lacerations on his head, took him to the hospital under custody, where he’d received twenty plus stitches, he’s not in life-threatening danger.

Based off of understanding, Tseng is diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, suffers severely from auditory hallucinations, delusions, also severe depression, early yesterday morning, he’d heard a voice telling him to kill his mother and himself, wanted him to “murder her”, and saw a shadow that attached to his mother, which caused him to attack his own mother and himself; Tseng’s father already died, he and his mother were all each other had, and, the relatives knew that he’d had multiple records of hospitalizations, but he’d not taken his medications like he was supposed to.

And so, this, is what you get, when you have schizophrenia, left, untreated, you will have the hallucinations, the delusions, and this man probably won’t get charged with murdering his own mother and get punished for the crime, because of his mental disorder.

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How She Was, Found…

She was found, barely breathing, but, still with, a pulse…

How she was, found, this can be, expected, we all warned her about him, and yet, she’d not, believed us, and we were, her BEST friends, the one she comes to to get advice on things, only, only, not this time…

How she was, found, beaten to submission, she’d, crawled, like an animal on his floor, working hard, to get him to, pay attention to her, like that puppy that longed for, her owner’s, attention.  How she was, found, too pathetic, is how, but, being her friends, we all needed to be, supportive, don’t we?

So we all kept our lips shut, even though, we knew that this guy wasn’t, right for her, after all, it’s, HER life, we can’t control anything that happens to her in life.

this would be, how, she will, eventually, end up!

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photo of a “Jane Doe”, found online

How she was, found, beaten down, bruised, with the scabs over those, layers of, scars, that formed, one right on top of, another and another, and another…………How she was, found, too horrible to mention, and, NOBODY deserves to DIE like that!

And we watched the cops, take her body away…

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The Nanny Taken into Custody in the Case of the Infant Male Sustaining a Cranial Hematoma and Fallen into a Comatose

The nanny wasn’t certified, and claimed that the eleven month old infant boy climbed up high, and fell, to try to evade responsibilities of her role in murdering this young infant boy, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The 23-Year-Old Unlicensed Nanny Claimed, the Eleven-Month Old Infant Boy Climbed Up on His Own Too High, and Fell, the Families Didn’t Believe Her

An eleven-month-old boy in Yunlin was rushed to the E.R. by his nanny, Gu, as he was admitted, the paramedics found him to have subdural hematoma, in a level three coma, the surgeons operate on the infant, found that there were huge masses of hematoma on the right side of the infant boy’s cranium of nearly five inches, with the hematomas on the left and right visual optical nerves, as he was taken in, he was already, out of consciousness, after two emergency surgical procedures, he was saved, and is currently in the hospital for observations.  The nanny claimed, that the infant boy fell from a high place himself, the families didn’t believe her claims, and the police investigators are also, doubtful.

The police found, that the parents of the young infant boy worked away, and through the LINE groups and the introduction of their friends, they’d found the twenty-three-year-old nanny, Gu from Donan to care for their young around the clock, and paid her $30,000N.T. a month; and the couple would head home to visit every now and then, and Gu had sent them photos of the infant’s life from time to time too.

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雲林一名十一個月大男嬰前晚被谷姓保母送醫,到院時顱內出血,昏迷指數三,谷姓保母涉嫌虐嬰被聲押。圖/家屬提供
how this young boy looks right now…

Two evenings ago, the mother of the infant boy received a call from Gu, that as she was bathing him, he kept vomiting, that he may have fallen from someplace high he’d, crawled up to; and because there was no visible external injuries, he’d not been taken to the hospitals, and as the infant started vomiting again, and convulsing, Gu then took him to a nearby local clinic, and he’d not improved, and then, she’d, rushed him into the E.R. of the N.T.U. Hospital Branch in Yunlin.

The parents of the infant rushed to the hospital, they were in disbelief as they saw how severely their young son had been injured; Gu told them, that the infant climbed up to a place that’s two meter high then fell on his own by accident, she’d picked him up, onto a table that’s about 1.5 meters from the floor, and she’d, fallen again.

The father of the infant doubted her, that his son was only eleven months old, couldn’t even stand, how can he possibly crawl up that high; and from before, he’d discovered multiple bruising on his son’s face, and Gu explained that he’d gotten them “when he was rough playing”, and because Gu was also taking care of her own two-year-old child, that’s why they parents didn’t question her.

And because of how severely the infant boy was injured, the D.A. started up the women and children’s protective platform, and had the police take Gu in, Gu still insisted that the infant crawled and injured himself, as the D.A. interrogated her again, they’d found her to be a prime suspect, that she denied her involvement, that there’s a chance she may clear off the evidences, asked the courts to have her into custody.  Gu’s husband was also listed as a person of interest of the case.

The office manager of the Yunlin County Social Services told, that as they’d checked, Gu wasn’t a certified nanny, she wasn’t licensed, that she’d broken the laws, and will be fined.

And so, you can see, how this woman still weaseled, after all the evidences pointed to that this infant boy couldn’t have, crawled to high places and then, fallen down, and that’s just what you get, when you don’t CHECK the credentials of the nannies you hired, to watch your children while you’re away at work, and this time, a baby boy is in a comatose.

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The Dead Infant Boy Had Been Buried for a Whole Year, the Parents are Still Claiming the Assistance Money from the Government for Childcare

And there’s, this, huge HOLE in the system here, and, another infant child ended up, DEAD, and infant boy got, abused to DEATH, and, there are other kids in this family, who are, malnourished, and it’d taken, the social services this long, to uncover the case, now tell me there’s NO a lacking in the systems here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Social Security Net Wasn’t Set Up Properly, the Nine-Month-Old Infant Suspected of Being Neglected and Died, and Nobody Knew about It

The shocking news of a nine-months-old infant boy who was improperly cared for by his parents, buried in a wooded region of the local township, for a year’s time, on the evening of the fourth of this month, the remains were finally, dug back up by the police.  This couple still continued to claim the childcare assistance reimbursements from the government even after their son died, the D.A. believed, they were involved in the murder of their own young, with the flight risks and opportunities of collusion, but Lin’s mother is about to give birth, the D.A. asked the courts to take the father into custody, and placed the mother under house arrest, that she’d had to check in with the local police substation daily.

The infant male died from being abused for a whole year, during which time, his body wasn’t found, and the parents continued receiving government support for him on registry.  The children and adolescent rights experts believed, that the government’s increasing the reimbursements for parents of children, the local counties and cities giving the monetary reinforcements for having babies for married couples, but, the problems of upbringing, raising after birth deserve the same attention, and this sort of a tragedy still showed, how there’s, a lacking in the social security nets right now.

what was, dug, up…

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Lin (age 42) works in a technology park in Zhunan, his thirty-one-year-old cohabiting girlfriend, Lin and four young children reside in Miaoli, while the registry for Chen and the children are all in Taoyuan.  Of the children, the eldest daughter Chen had with her ex turns six this yet, but didn’t register for school yet, and the social services of Taoyuan went to find them, found that their home which was registered wasn’t occupied, and the two young children weren’t vaccinated on time either, and the entire family was “M.I.A.”, lost contact.

The social services department of Taoyuan notified the women and children specialty forces of the local police, to track, and the officials reviewed over the bank records of Lin and Chen, found that all the assistance payments were in the accounts, and the two had made the withdrawals regularly to, and they’d, used the cameras and found out that they’d rented in Zhunan, Miaoli, because the government assistance for childbirth and childcare are both higher there, that’s why they’d set up the registry in Taoyuan.

In order to confirm the status of living of the family, the police went to interview the neighbors privately, and all the neighbors the police interviewed all told, that they only saw “three children”, clearly, this was off from the registry.

The police set up a specialty task force and cased out Lin’s home, and, interviewed the locals around, on the fourth of this month, with consent from Lin, they’d, gone into his stay to check, found that the family of five was cramped in a tiny suite, the rooms were filled with garbage, leftover food items, and there were only, three young girls who are malnourished there, and the son who should be two years old wasn’t to be found, the police suspected that something wasn’t quite right, took in the parents.

The parents started stating, how their young son was “taken by a stranger” in June of last year, then changed their statements to how they were afraid that the cries of the young infant boy would affect the neighbors, they’d covered the young boy’s head up with the puzzle floor mats, and because the infant was malnourished and underdeveloped, later they’d found him, already dead.  Because the couple kept going back and forth on their statements, which was suspicious for the police to note, the police didn’t believe them.

The police separated the couple, questioned them individually, the office told Lin, that if something had happened to the son, “let me get buried so he can finally rest in peace”, and this finally broke Lin down, and he’d told them the truth, of how his son had died for a long time, and, he was buried, in the wooded region of the town.

Lin claimed, that last year, he’d, abused the young infant boy to death, and, in the middle of the nights, he’d, taken the corpse out to near where he’d worked, and, dug a hole in the woods, buried the body down, on the evening of the fourth, the police went to dig, and as the infant boy’s corpse was found, there was, nothing but bones, diaper, and partial clothing that remained.

The Miaoli D.A.’s Office and the police set up a specialty task squad, and started autopsying yesterday, and estimated that the autopsy will get finalized in a few days, and they can clarify the cause of death of this infant male.  And because all three young children in the house all showed signs of malnutrition and developmental delays, the local social services took over their custodies for now.

And so, this is another of death by neglect, and what’s worse was these parents, still received the payments from the childcare assistance of the government, and they’d murdered their own young, but still received the money that the government pays for the child’s upbringing, they thought they could cheat the system, well, they got caught now, and will be made to pay!

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On the Physical Assault Case of the Female Store Clerk, Nobody IS a Bystander

On the random physical assaults, the attacks of the innocent individuals by the mentally ill, and how none of us are, free from the responsibilities of how someone got injured by a person with psychological illness, observations, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The case of the female store clerk being physically assaulted in Pingdong brought up the matter of those who are mentally ill and living among the general public.  Mostly, those who has a mental condition, aren’t labeled as violent, but they should live, in seclusion, away from the public.  Because statistics show that there’s a higher rate of acts of violence in those who hadn’t been formally, diagnosed.  On this, I have three points for you to consider:

First the patient’s own sense of pathology is the most basic of preventive means.  If you’re human, then you will fall ill, and, if you are ill, there are the treatments in therapies, medications to help relieve your symptoms, an individual who doesn’t know how to treat one’s own body well enough, it’s truly a shame, and in the end, s/he’d used violent means, and made the victims and oneself, pay.

Secondly, the stereotypical beliefs about mental patients which were too deeply rooted in the minds of the public.  Some reports used words like, “the individual is seemingly psychologically ill, and that’s why s/he committed a crime that caused regret”, and, if we’re exposed to this sort of wordings long-term, the general public is bound to set up their minds about what psychological illnesses are.  And once that label gets slapped on, it would be hard to rip the labels off, and so, as the media press reported on the case, of the police officers tried to solve the crimes, they would naturally assume that the individual is, psychologically ill, thus, carried the prejudices in investigating, reporting the cases.

Thirdly: there’s a lacking in interpersonal relations and social support and the social security nets being set up.  Every person has a subjective point of view, some of us, are stubborn in a certain thought, and that can’t be changed.  You can say that the man has obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, anxiety disorder, but, to the individual, as s/he is experiencing the feelings, the thoughts, it’s, too real to her/him, and when the condition gets too serious, then, the chances of tragedies might occur.  And, to spot the abnormal behaviors through supports from the relatives, friends, families, as well as social network, social welfare programs, to not allow an incident, to become that final, straw.

Nobody wants oneself, her/his family members to get ill, and I’m sure, that none of the psychologically ill patients would want to see these sorts of tragedies to keep on occurring, it would become a pressure in one’s own life, as well as causing that widespread panic in the society.  We all must, take part in keeping the society safe, nobody is an outsider in this.

And so, this is on the lack of awareness of psychological condition, of how we are used to slapping that label on someone, because let’s face it, that would be, WAY much, easier, than to help the person get the help that s/he will require, to recover, and so, that’s why this sort of tragedies keeps on happening, again, again, again, and again, and we’re all, responsible for why this keeps on, happening, because we didn’t do anything, to help that person in need out, and the person CRACKED, and went on that shooting, stabbing rampage, and nobody can be without, the responsibilities for doing SOMETHING about it, because we can all chip in to help out, it’s just, that we used that, hands-off, N.I.M.B.Y. attitude to it all.

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With a High Chance of Repeatedly Offending, Placed in Protective Custody for Five Years, the Families of the Deceased: Can’t Accept This, Will Fight for an Appeal

Another case of how a VIOLENT OFFENDER, with a mental condition had, escaped, the death, penalty here, still NOT justice that’s what this is!!!  How the insanity plea, worked in this, psycho’s, “favor”, and there’s NOTHING that anyone (including the justice systems) can do about it, crime & Punishment, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Chen clubbed his neighbor, Chung to death, the Pingdong District Court, based off of the psych evaluation by the psychiatric department of the hospital, believed, that as he’d committed the murder, he was relapsing from an episode of severe paranoia from his schizophrenia, that he couldn’t control his own behaviors, used the first of Penal Code 19, found him not guilty, and placed him in protective custody for five years.  The families of the victim couldn’t accept this, they will ask the district attorney’s office to fight for an appeal.

There are just a case of how a female store clerk, Pan got her eyes gouged out by the man, Yang who also has schizophrenia, and yesterday the courts found Chen not guilty by insanity, which broken the promises of the local government’s setting a safety net for the sake of the locals.  The legislators also questioned on when the holes in the systems will get patched up, with the recurrences of these events?

The assault on the female store clerk of the super convenience shop, the head of the village, Chang who had been attacked by the perpetrator led a group from his village, to head to the Sanitations Department of Pingdong to make their proclamations, Chang told, that now, the people in the village are all on edge.  A villager, Wu told, that Yang had been in and out of the hospitals multiple times, and had multiple physical assaults on record too, but none of it stuck, and now, he’d used, a more fierce method, gouged someone’s eyes out, and the people are in a panic, due to this huge hole in the security net.

The assistant director of the Pingdong Department of Health & Sanitations, Chang told, that they will discuss with the Central Government on how to reach that balancing point between the rights of the mentally ill and the security of the local societies, that there is, a need for toughening up the reinforcements in the laws, that she will discuss the matter with Central government.

Two years ago in December, Chen first banged on his neighbor, Wu’s door with a wooden bat, beaten Wu to skull and hand fracture; last August, he’d clubbed his neighbor, Chung to death, after the one death, one injury he’d caused, the D.A. finally, prosecuted him on murder charges.

The courts investigated, that started in 2016, Chen had multiple hospitalizations due to schizophrenia.  After the cases happened, the Pingdong Jia-Le Hospital and the Kaohsiung Medical School Hospital’s psych evaluations all found that he was symptomatic of schizophrenia, with strong persecutory paranoia.  The Kaohsiung Medical University hospital found that the coworkers, the neighbors, became the persecutory individuals of the self in life, causing Chen two get into multiple fights with others, without the proper treatment measures, and his life being shut in, lacking that strong social support system, in the end, causing the brutal physical assault on the individuals whom he had the persecutory beliefs from.

The judge believed that it was Chen’s paranoid schizophrenia that’s made him committed murder, that he didn’t have control over his own actions.  Based off of the first of Penal Code 19: “no punishment for individuals who are undertaken by the mental conditions, who couldn’t control one’s own behaviors”, gave him a not-guilty verdict.  But considering the severity of his assault, of how Chen’s conditions can’t be watched over by his own family, and without the proper treatment measures given to him, there’s a high chance for him to offend again, that it’s seriously dangerous, placed him in five year protective custody.

And so, this is still, nowhere NEAR, justice for the victims, because this man poses a danger to himself, as well as others, but because he’d been diagnosed with schizophrenia, instead of charging him with attempted murder, and physical assault, he only got a slap on the wrist, placed in protective custody, in the, psych ward, and what happens, if, after his release, his schizophrenia “acted up” again, and he murders someone, huh?  You just don’t let these loose cannons go all over the places on the streets, and yet, there’s nothing that the justice systems can do, because he’s been, diagnose with a mental condition here!

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The Murders at the Café in Danshui, the Owner, and the Shareholder Found Guilty

Because he’s one of the owners of the café, and the individual was, murdered there, and he was, sued by the victim’s mother!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Debates Went on on Whether Hsieh had Drugged the Coffees, Couldn’t Overturn the Rulings of the Courts, the Three Individuals Mandated to Pay the Victim’s Families a Total of $3.68 Million N.T.s

The murderer of the dual-murder case of “Mama’s Mouth Café”, the manager of the café, Hsieh, was sentenced to life-term, and serving the time currently, the murdered victim, Chang’s mother sued the owner of the café, Lu, the shareholders, Chen, and Peng; Lu and the two other men asked for the retrials twice, the Highest Courts confirmed that Chang was drugged in the café by Hsieh, that the three individuals didn’t fulfill their duties of being watchful enough, and were, charged, and found that they need to pay the amount of over $3.68 million N.T.s.

the cafe where the murder happened back in 2013, photo from online…

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As Lu and the others asked for a retrial, that there’s a lack of evidence showing Chang dining in the café.  Based off of the medical examiners’ research agency’s findings, ingesting the sleeping pills had caused the murdered victim to pass out immediately, but the waiter claimed that he’d not seen the victim drank down the hot cocoa, and, it takes a total of fifty minutes for the ninety-one-degree Celsius temperature of the hot cocoa to drop to sixty-degrees, it’s hard to imagine, how Chang could, gulf down the hot cocoa in five to ten minutes’ time.

And, there’s not traces of blood on Hsieh, and, it takes a total of fourteen minutes to get to the shop from Hongshuling Station to the shop, but the witnesses pointed out that Hsieh was only out of the café for no more than ten minutes, Lu and the rest of the owners found, that Hsieh wasn’t murdered during the hours of operations.

Chang’s mother’s attorney however, told, that the criminal investigations confirmed, that Chang “was slowly falling into a comatose”, that it’s affirmed, that she’d been drugged at the café, that there’s no mistake in the original ruling, the records of the coroner’s findings, the witnesses’ testimonies are all on file, it’s not new evidence; as for the process of the hot cocoa losing the heat, it’s the evidence from the retrial, that it’d not qualified for retrial of the case.

And this still just showed, how hard it is, to get the “crime scenes” back, as it’d happened, because it’s so many years ago, and, the trial is only, underway, and there are things, evidences, that got lost with time, and, the families will never get the answers they are searching for, and, justice only goes as far as the primary suspect getting sent to death row, or life-sentence, that’s, the best the courts can give us.

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Murdered His Ex-Girlfriend for Money, Sentenced to Life-in-Prison

Because he’s run short on, cash, and, murder became, his, “solution” to the “problem”…reason why he’d, murdered her, and, how the judge gave him only life, instead of the DEATH penalty, because he “showed” remorse, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man ran short on spending cash, learned of his ex, Dai having more than $200,000 in her savings, and, used the excuse of “one more conversation after we broke up” to get her to a motel, added in the FM2 pills into her drink, then robbed her, Dai struggled and was strangled to death.  The Hsinchu District Court found Chen guilty of murder and robbery, gave him life-term, Chen felt displeased, fought for the appeals, and the Highest Courts tossed back his asking, case closed.

The father of the murdered woman grilled Chen for “wanting nothing but money, money, money”, treated his daughter as an ATM; Chen caused her children to lose their mother, that they will never move on, begged the courts for the death penalty.  But the judge took into considerations that Chen had no priors, that he’d not used such a cruel method to commit the murder, and “apologized” to both parents of the victim, sentenced him to life.

The thirty-one-year-old Chen broken up with Dai in June of 2019, late in the evening on July nineth, he drove Dai to a motel.  And hadn’t checked out the following noon, the hotel staff went to check, and found Dai in bed, naked, with the covers over her, with strangulation marks on her neck.  Chen who was there with her wasn’t found.

The police investigations found that Chen ran out of cash to spend, learned of Dai having some money saved up, and, struck up the thought of murdering her to get the money, he’d gotten Dai drunk, and gotten her to tell him her ATM password, strangled Dai to death, and, transferred via her cell phone to his account, in more than $100,000N.T. from her savings.

As Chen murdered Dai, he’d sent the LINE messages to her friend, to make it look like she was still alive, and during his time on the run, he’d threated his own ex, “you’re next!”, his ex wife was thrilled and called the police, and, lured Chen out with the police, got him arrested.

The Hsinchu District Court believed, that when Dai was murdered she was only thirty years old, left an eleven and a nine year old behind, Chen admitted to murder, but made the excuse of “for the sake of getting back with her”, and as he’d murdered her impulsively, then, thought of transferring her assets to him; the district attorneys also found, that as he was drugging her, he’d claimed that after she died, he will commit suicide, and, tried to evade his responsibilities of murdering the woman.

On Chen’s appeal, he’d claimed that he’d accidentally murdered her after he got drunk, the D.A. also appealed to get the death penalty; the second trial, the judge believed that Chen took the date rape drugs, FM2 showed premeditation, and because his measures of murder wasn’t that cruel, and he’d shown signs of remorse, tossed the appealed back on both.  Chen filed for another appeal, which was tossed by the Highest Court, and the case was settled.

And so, that, is what you get, for brutally premeditating, murdering someone, life-term, because you showed remorse for what you did, and this case was premeditation all the way, the man lured the woman out, gotten her drunk, slipped the FM2 into her drink, after she’d passed out, he’d, strangled her, and stole money from her account, and yet, he got away, with the death penalty, because the judge found his measures of murder not cruel enough, that he’d shown, remorse???  Where’s the justice in that?  Oh wait, there is, N-O-N-E!

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