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The Two Dead Bodies Found at a Motel, the Female Had Ligature Marks on the Neck, the Man Sustained a Gunshot Wound

We really don’t know what had happened to cause this man and this woman to die, a lovers’ quarrel that ended in murder, she’d confronted him about her being pregnant, and he got angry, and he has a wife, etc., etc., etc., but the man and the woman both died, leaving the loss to their families to handle…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Man Was Married, and in a Relationship with the Woman, Suspected that They Got into an Argument in the Confrontations, the Man Murdered the Woman then Committed Suicide

There were two bodies found in a motel in local Changwha yesterday.  The police and D.A. were notified and started investigating, the deceased woman, Liao and the married man, Su met up for a confrontation, after the two started arguing, the man murdered the woman, then, committed suicide, the investigators found, that the bullet went in from Su’s head, got stuck in the back of his neck, while for Liao, there were the strangulation markings on her neck, with multiple blood spots on her lower neck, and if her death was caused by anoxia from asphyxiation or artificial suicide, there would need to be an autopsy to determine.

And because there was a sonogram of a three months old fetus in Liao’s purse, the police suspected, that she was pregnant, but the D.A. told, that the families confirmed that Liao was pregnant, but already miscarried, that she wasn’t currently pregnant.

The man from Taichung, Su (age 28) and Liao (age 22) went to a motel in Yuanling four days ago, at noon yesterday, they’d not checked out, the counter clerk called the room, nobody answered, knocked on the door, nobody came, the employee opened the door, found both Liao and Su on the bed, and as the clerk walked closer, he’d found a huge pool of blood by Su’s right side of head, Liao’s face covered in a towel, the worker got out of the room, called the police.

The police were notified, went into the room, found Su and Liao had been dead already, pulled up the tapes, found no last note, Su’s right hand clung on tight to the altered gun, with a gunshot wound on his right temple, there wasn’t any visible injuries on Liao, but there was the ligature marks on her neck, the air conditioning was on full-blast, their bodies had been stiff, and the police can’t tell exactly when they had died.

The clerk at the motel told, that Su and Liao would head to the counters to pay for the day, two days ago, they’d told that they were checking out yesterday, but they’d not shown, the worker called up their room, no answer, and went to knock, no response, and the worker didn’t suspect that they would be dead.

Based off of understanding, Su was the fourth child of his family, already married, with two children, was in a relationship with Liao, they’d not looked off as they checked in, the police suspected that Liao may have confronted Su with the ultrasound of the fetus with Su, they started arguing, and in the end, Su may have murdered her, the families of both individuals were called, they’d rushed to the motel, to perform the rituals, Su’s families were lowkey, and didn’t’ say anything to the press.

At the Changwha City Morgue, the district attorneys autopsied the bodies, Su’s parents, Liao’s mother and aunt were all interviewed, the families of the deceased were all distraught over how they’d selected to commit suicide together.

And so, we have no idea exactly what had happened, whether if the woman was murdered by the man, after she’d confronted him with her pregnancy, and he’d snapped, or that they were in love, and could see no other way that they can be together in this life, so they’d, selected to end their lives, but, this is loss, for both families that’s for sure.

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He’d Stabbed the Elderly Neighbor, Who Raised Him Twenty-Two Times to Death Because She Refused to Give Him Money, Sentenced to Life in Prison

Stabbing the woman who’d raised him as her own to DEATH, for money, and he still didn’t get the DEATH penalty!  On crime and punishment, and the judge’s considerations, which allowed this individual to escape DEATH, and no, the punishment here still, does NOT fit the crime, nowhere NEAR the vicinity of it!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Elderly Woman Took Care of Him, Raised Him for Sixteen Years, He Saw Her Money, and Murdered Her, But Admitted to What He’d Done, the Judge Considered that He was Young, that He’d Not Considered the Consequences of His Actions, Didn’t Give Him the Death Penalty

Last year in October, the man, Lee couldn’t successfully get money from the seventy-eight year-old elderly woman, Jiang who’d raised him for sixteen years, stabbed her twenty-two times, murdering her, took away $11,200,000N.T. in cash the woman had on her, went to the sex massage parlors to spend the amount, then, ran to hid out in Hualien, and then he was caught.  The Hsinbei District Courts charged him on murder and robbery, sentenced him to life, stripped him of the government post for life, this can still be appealed.

As the suspect had been caught, he’d stayed in police custody to date.  The judge found, hat the victim wasn’t related to Lee, but loved him like he was her grandson, that Lee wanted money to spend, and couldn’t get it from her, and took to murder, there’s NO means of sentence reduction for him; but considered how he’d admitted to what he’d done, and how he was only nineteen at the time when he’d murdered the woman, at the age of prefrontal cortex not yet fully developed, based off of the two pacts “not a crime of the most severities”, gave him life sentence.

The verdict stated, that when Lee was born, because his father was at large from committing a crime, his mother had a psychological disorder, his own grandmother couldn’t care for him, when he was only six months of age, he was left in the care of the deceased, who was his family’s neighbor; the deceased felt awful for Lee, took him in, treated him like he was her own, cared for him, raised him until he was sixteen; but Lee started running with the bad crowds back in high school, he was sent back home to live with his uncle.

But Lee would steal from his uncle too often, his uncle couldn’t put up with it, to the point that his uncle and aunt almost got divorced because of him, changing the locks on their doors, to the ultimate, chasing Lee out; Lee became homeless and wandered in the local parks, he’d turned to the deceased for help, her heart went soft for him, and would give him the money he’d asked her for, and last year in September, she’d even had her youngest son to apprentice at the plastic factory he’d owned.

Many times, as Lee had asked the woman for money, she’d agreed, and he’d taken the money out of her own pockets, and he took it to be norm.  On October 20th of last, the factory paid the fees for the construction work, the woman’s youngest son withdrew the $360,000N.T. out, Lee started having the bad thoughts, before work on the following day, he’d gone to the woman’s house to ask for the money, and on the way to the woman’s house, he’d gone and bought a fruit knife too; and because the woman refused to give him the money he’d asked for, he’d stabbed her a total of twenty-two times on her head, her back ferociously.

After Lee murdered the woman who’d raised him so brutally, he’d robbed away the $112,000N.T. in cash, left the murder weapon on the staircase of the first floor of the place where Yang-Jiang lived, went back to his rental place in a cab, changed out of the blood stained clothes, headed to the sex massage parlor to spend the money, then, hired a cab to escape to Hualien, and hid in the friend he’d met online, who had no clue what he’d done.  The police chased the leads of his whereabout, and he was arrested as he’d gone out to get the midnight snacks, and, turned over the $99,300N.T. that he hadn’t the chance to spent up yet that’s stained with the blood from the murder.

And so, how is this not a death penalty case?  I mean, this LOSER murdered the woman who raised him up as her own so brutally, because she’d decided to cut him off, because she didn’t want to give him any more money, and this is the end result of spoiling someone rotten, because this loser got away with asking the elder who’d raised him for whatever he’d wanted as a child, which was why he supposed that it was okay for him to get more money from her, and when she’d refused to “feed” him any longer, he’d snapped, and, murdered her, so, brutally, and yet, he still didn’t get death penalty for what he’d done.

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The Officers that Didn’t Pursue the Case of the Chang-Rong University Female Student’s Murder Got Demoted as Reprimands

How the police was, negligent in working the case of the murder of the Malaysian female student, and now, they’re all, fired, demoted, as punishment, and the problem still started, at the, very top of the “systems” here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

In the murder of the Malaysian female student at Changrong University from two years ago, it’d been found, that the officer, Kao who was working at the Gui-Jen Subprecinct, Datang Substation, didn’t follow protocol in taking the case, the police station manager, Chang, and the assistant office manager, Yang didn’t supervise him closely enough in the case, the Examination Department found that the three had severely damaged the reputation of the local police department, destroyed the images of the police, impeached all three, sent them to the punishment courts, and the punishment courts yesterday demoted Yang and Chang two levels, and Kao got demoted one level.

As the case happened Yang was transferred to the position of department manager, then, sent to Hsinhwa Substation as the manager, after he was impeached, he got demoted twice to the secretary, and got his rank pulled.  He’d stated yesterday, that he accepts the rulings, “no comment!”  While Chang had asked to get transferred to work in Changwha, that he had, “nothing else to say”.  Kao filed for retirement.  And, the police chief of Tainan, Jeng, three months after the case, got pulled off his post.

On October 28th, 2020, the university student, Chung was taken by the suspect, Liang against her will, raped then, murdered, the Chiaotou District Court in March sentenced Liang to death for forced sexual intercourse, and intent to murder.

Before Chung was murdered, Liang had attempted to abduct another female student from the same school on the evening of September 30th, afterwards, the woman went to the Datang Substation to report the matter with her landlord’s daughter, but Kao didn’t take the case and recorded it, not written the matter up, nor taken the women’s statements, not put down the women coming in to report the incident on the docket.  As Chung’s murder was solved, the female students returned to the substation, to give their statements, and identified the perp, that was when the fact that the police officials didn’t keep the records of their coming in to report the incident out into the open.

The Examination Department investigated, that on the evening of September 30th, Chang knew the incident of the victims, but didn’t report, that he was at fault.  After the murder had been solved, Chang didn’t report up the chain of command, that the female student had come in, causing the station to print out the untrue facts of the case.

During the time, Yang had supervised at Datang Substation twice, and not found Kao, and Chang having broken the rules of protocol.  As the substation manager, he should be more careful in making the statements to the press, checking the facts, and, in Yang’s interview on October 30th, he’d claimed, that the murdered student was unidentifiable, that she’d refused to report the case, that it was, a “prank”.

So, this is still, a chain of command thing, because the upper level supervisors did NOT supervise the lower level officers closely enough, and these men can’t keep themselves checked, in their means of taking the reports from the locals seriously, they just, brushed off the case, and so, they all deserved to get their ranks pulled, and even, fired from the police forces, because, would you want to go to report something major to the police (i.e. rape, or murder?), and have the officers, not take you seriously?  I wouldn’t think so, but this is still a top-down problem, because the heads of these places aren’t running their stations tightly enough, that’s why, all those little screws, come loose at the bottom layers.

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The Storms of Death: Those Who’d Died in Vain, in Front of the Head of the CDC

Hear those FARTS, still, coming out of the head of CDC, Chen’s mouth here???  Yeah, someone, put that SOCK in him already, huh???  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The pandemic continued spreading in the country, the confirmed contraction stayed at the plateau range, with the total deaths, tripled, for three consecutive days, there are over hundreds of morbidity per day.  The rate of thousands dead from contraction since the start of this year, already exceeded the total number of deaths from these past two years’ confirmed of contractions; the experts had estimated, that this current wave will cause tens of thousands in the population to die.  But, since the storms of deaths hit, the CDC seemed to be, unaffected.

Toward the problem of the high morbidity rate of contraction, the CDC had emphasized how they were mostly the unvaccinated, with the progressive conditions, those who’d signed the DNR, or focused on the ninety-nine-percent of mildly symptomatic and asymptomatic, stressed that “we’re doing well, keeping the contraction numbers down”; and now, it’d only admitted, that “this is a warning sign” at the most, “we shall see”.  The CDC stated it too lightly, but behind that, it’s the tragedies of the people’s, losing their lives.

The pandemic hits the people of all ages, especially the elderly population.  The Public Health Department experts of N.T.U. pointed out, that this wave of pandemic had caused the morbidity rate of individuals over seventy to grow higher than the same time last year, showing that the lacking in provision of medical help had caused the “number of deaths to exceed” in the elderly population, to the point of twenty-eight extra lives gone every 10,000 in the population.  Yet, the commander of the CDC, Chen only brushed it off lightly, that MERS-CoV is especially dangerous for the older populations, we’d not needed to compare the statistical measures to know that.  But even if Chen doesn’t want to compare the stats, countries such as South Korea, New Zealand all gave the same lessons, and so, why does Taiwan still suffer from the lack of needed medical provision?

The CDC’s not admitting that the lacking of medical provisions existed, is because it would BUST the huge bubble of the CDC’s claims of “getting ahead”; Chen stressed furthermore, that the medical provision systems aren’t on the verge of collapse, otherwise, he couldn’t, continue, performing on this stage of his.  But, the medical workers criticized how Chen had, boasted about the vacancies of the hospital beds, ignoring that there’s not enough medical staff on duty in the hospitals.  If it weren’t due to the lacking of medical workers on duty at the hospitals, why would Chen’s adding more patient per nurse in a hospital cause the entry level nurses upset?  Until a nurse who’d contracted the virus, who got called back to her post, and, at resting time, she could only, line the floors with cardboard box to sleep in a photo got shown to Chen, then, he’d started, exclaiming, “How did this happen?”

And yet, “how did this happen?”, is not a question that should be posed by Chen.  This question, we all want to ask Chen.  The rate of morbidity getting higher in the older age groups, the younger generations dying because they couldn’t get their needed medications on time, the infants who’d contracted the virus, who couldn’t be saved, because of lack of hospital provisions, along with the inconvenience of the testing, the delays of medical treatment measures which were necessary, all caused this speed up of rate of morbidity, shocking.  But, how, did this, happen?

Now, let’s look at the increased number of morbidity in the long-term care systems.  The long-term care facilities, the nursing homes, they’re, the hardest hit areas of the current wave of the pandemic, the CDC only offered us a simple estimate, to the twenty-sixth, there were the total of 919 homes with confirmed contractions found, with a total of close to 9,000 residents, and 3,500 workers confirmed of contraction.  But, based off of the statistics posted by the Department of Sanitation & Social Welfare from April, there are a total of 1,077 homes, about a total of 52,000 elderly residents; in other words, if the statistics are correct, there are already eighty-five percent of the facilities with the confirmed contraction cases, seventeen-percent of the residents living there contracted.  Especially, of the daily deaths, the rate of those in the assisted living facilities went from fifteen-percent to twenty-six percent in a matter of only a few days, to thirty-five percent in a single day.

and, this is what someone SHOULD do, to the head of CDC !

photo from online

Actually, during the pandemic of MERS-CoV, two years ago, the nursing homes of U.S. became the graveyards of elderly population first, so tragic; and this year, Korea also, couldn’t keep the assisted living facilities safe, with the confirmed contraction rate of death of thirty-five percent; and, more than half of the deaths by contraction of MERS-CoV in Hong Kong were out of assisted living.  All of these lessons, the CDC hadn’t taken heed.  At the height of this pandemic, the only way to reduce the rate of morbidity of this particular group is by increasing the coverage of the vaccinations, the quick-scans being done regularly, and, the medications administered on time, that’s the only way, we have, of protecting this high-risk group; but the CDC still lagged behind, and it’d taken it to finally realize, that we don’t have enough of what’s needed, the vaccines, the quick scan kits, and the process of getting treated by the medical professionals, had finally caught up, but it’s still not, running smoothly enough yet.

In the long-term care policies of Tsai, the residents of assisted living facilities had long been neglected, to the point that they weren’t, included in the programs of Long-Term Care 2.0 at the very start, until the president, Tsai fought for her stay in office, then, the programs were upgraded, and made up for the lacking.  In the outbreaks, the residents are still, ignored in the assisted living facilities, in need of more support, but not getting any at all.  What’s ironic was, Chen kept boasting, that the morbidity rate in the long-term care facilities had stayed at about one-percent, that we’d not followed in Hong Kong’s footsteps, “we are doing, all right!”

Doing all right?  Not only those in the assisted living facilities, including the elderly population, the younger generations, the parents of young children, the words of Chen, in the ears of those who’d lost someone to the outbreaks, they feel, the more, upset.  So what of, those who got, sacrificed by the system that’s, not set up, correctly, and fully operational, do they deserve to die?

And yet, this, is what the head of the CDC does, to cover his own inability, trying to, paint the stats over, but he couldn’t anymore, from before, the outbreaks are far, far away, we are still, trusting his lies, but now, we are hit, locally, in our communities, with children, elderly, the younger generations, dying left and right, and this LOSER still bullshit the people, but we’re, no longer, buying it here!

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The Young Toddler in Critical Condition after Just ONE Day of Being Placed with the Nanny

Because the kid’s only been left with the nanny for one day, and this became of him, and so, we are bound to deduct, that it’s the nanny who’d not looked after this young infant boy closely enough, but, the real facts hadn’t come out yet, so…but, someone IS, responsible for what happened to this young boy!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Hospital Found Signs of Abuse, the Nanny Claimed that the Toddler Choked on the Formula then Fell into a Coma, the D.A. & Police Checked the Child, Found Him to Have Old & New Injuries, and is Now Looking into Who Abused Him

A young boy, Yi, of a year and ten months of age, two evenings ago, fell into a coma two evenings ago, was rushed into the E.R. by his nanny, Hsia, he was found with multiple bruises on his body, subdural hematoma.  The police investigated, Hsia claimed that the infant had choked on the formula, that was why she’d rushed him in, and was unclear as to how he came to have the bruises over him, but the parents of the boy told, that when they’d handed their son to the nanny, he didn’t have any injuries on him, pressed charges of physical assault on the nanny. The investigators found the young boy to have multiple injuries on him old and new, but, who had abused him, they will clarify that through investigations after the hospital evaluations come out.

The police found, that the nanny, Hsia started looking after the one year-old boy Yi, started on the evening of the 24th this month, on the evening of the 25th, the boy was taken in, it was only, a day’s time, the police questioned about the time of the injuries, and the results are pending until the hospital’s reports come out.

Based off of understanding, the boy sustained the injuries of subdural hematoma, a fractured skull, retinal hematoma, redness, bruising on the lips, body, the wounds were numerous, and some were old, while others are, new, and, if the boy’s injuries were caused by the nanny, or someone else, is the focus of the police investigations right now.

After the interrogations at the D.A.s office, the nanny was listed as a defendant, the toddler’s persons as related individuals, the police aren’t ruling out a third person who’s involved, and will be comparing the evidence, the statements made by both sides, to clarify the facts of the case.

An individual, Chen who claimed he was related to the family disclosed, that two afternoons ago, the nanny, Hsia had texted the parents the photo of their child, and at ten in the evening, she’d notified the parents, that the boy choked on his formula, and was in the E.R.; the families rushed to the hospital, and the nanny had, left, and not told them exactly what had happened.

The individual from online, Chen told, that the nanny stated that the injuries weren’t caused by her, that he’d bitten his own tongue when she fed him the bottle, that she’d not called an ambulance, but drove him to the hospital herself.

The Social Services of Taichung told, that Hsia didn’t have a certification of operation for a daycare center, that if she’d taken in the children unlawfully, she will be fined anywhere from $6,000N.T. to $30,000N.T.s.

And so, let’s put aside, whether or not this nanny was certified, and the facts are this, a child is injured, and someone should be held accountable for that, it’s just that as all the details of the case hadn’t come out in the open yet, we still can’t tell, who’s fault it is, but the least, neglect, and maybe, abuse too.

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The Man Who Murdered His Own Wife in a Jealous Rage, Who’d Stuffed Her Body Inside a Keg, Cried in His Trial, Escaped the Death Penalty, the Judge Ruled it that Way Because “I Can’t Bear to See His Children Lose BOTH Their Parents

So, basically, we can just, FAKE that remorse, and we would, get away, with, the death penalty then?  ‘K, I’ll just, keep that in mind, next time, I got out, and MURDER someone then!  What this case taught the public, how this man was, able to get away with MURDER, because he “loved” his wife, and just, lost it in that moment of heat, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A man in Taoyuan, Wu suspected that his wife was having an extramarital affair, he’d beaten his wife’s face that it’d become, deformed, then, covered her mouth and nose, suffocated her to death, then, afterwards, stuffed her into a orange plastic keg, and the day following, he’d, turned himself in to the police; the Taoyuan District Court found, that Wu had used such cruel measures to murder his own wife, that it’d shown absolutely, NO humanity in him, that he should get the severest of punishments, but, the courts considered how Wu had young children, that the courts couldn’t bear take both parents away from the children, sentenced him to life in prison, stripping him of his public post for life yesterday.

On November 30th of last year, Wu suspected that his wife was cheating on him, when she wasn’t looking, he’d taken a look into her cell phone messages, they started fighting hard, in the process, Wu physically assaulted his own wife, beaten her to his own hands swelled, in the end, he’d, suffocated his own wife to death, covering her nose and mouth with his hands.

what he’d done, to his wife after he’d, murdered her on a suspicion…

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In the trial, Wu denied that he had any intentions of murder, claimed that his wife told his kids to call someone else dad, that was why he’d, covered her mouth up, and she’d used her nose to make the request to his own children, that was when he’d, covered up her nose as well, he’d not folded his wife’s body, stuffed it into the plastic keg, he’d, carried his wife into the plastic keg, because he didn’t want his kids to come home to find that something had happened.

As Chen made his final statement to the courts, he’d cried, “I originally had three babies (his two children and his wife), now there’s only two left, I want to go home to see them, I really didn’t mean to murder my wife”, hoped that the courts can show leniency of sentencing, considering how he’d turned himself in, had no priors.

The courts found, that although Wu suspected his wife for having an affair, but his wife had denied it until the end, and, an extramarital affair isn’t a major crime, but Wu used his hard fists, hit his own wife, injured her, then, covered up her nose and mouth, suffocated her to death, and afterwards, continued denying the intent of his murdering his wife, not mentioned a word of how he was going to make it up to his wife’s families, taking into consideration of how he was upset by his wife’s claims, to losing control in the argument, he’d, not been given the harshest form of punishment of death penalty, instead, he received life in prison.

And so, this was, how remorse still, saved this LOSER from getting gunned down in an execution, because he felt remorse (That can be, faked, you do realize that, don’t you???), and, maybe it was, in the heat of the moment, but, this LOSER lost it, which showed of how LOW his emotional control was, and, the argument I’m certain, was only, a FINAL straw that led him to murder his own wife, that there must’ve been, a lot that’s happened before, as the distrust built up, and, up to that moment, in the heat of the argument, everything came, crashing down, because this sort of SHIT still doesn’t happen in a split-second, because you’d, lost it.

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The Vaccines for Young Children, the Government Lost on Three Fronts

How the government totally DISREGARDED the right to life, the welfare of the younger children, for its own, political needs here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The matter of vaccines, it’s actually, political, and you can’t decide whether or not the policies are right or wrong based off of the theories in medicine.  From the political angle, the necessities of the vaccines are, considered, while pathologically, it’s the side effects that are, considered.  If the government wants to win on all these fronts, then, it would have to be more than precise in its timing, otherwise, the opposite of exactly what the government wanted to accomplish would happen.  The issues of children’s vaccines this time, was a classic case of how all sides ended up losing, the government, the CDC, the people.

But, why is the matter of vaccines a political issue, because, if the vaccinations are taken off the shelves based off of the side effects, then, there would be, tons of vaccines that will get, taken off the shelves.  And, when there’s the need of preventing contractions, the government them have the responsibilities to find the needed vaccines for the people, don’t’ matter if the vaccines are effective, how long it can last, preventing the spread, should be, the government’s, primary, goal.  Because, the vaccines are designed to fit everyone’s needs, and the reason why the vaccines can’t pass the okay from the CDC, is primarily due to lack of test subjects in the clinical trials.  After the vaccines had proven in efficacy, the government still looked for the adverse side effects, to see if there are, alternatives, and if we can, get our hands on these, alternatives.  So, the needs is, the golden standard to determine the policies on the vaccines.

In this current wave of epidemic, the Taiwanese government boosted Medigenvac all the way, but are there, the adaptivity of the “homegrown” vaccines internationally?  No, but, the government has the needs, and at the time, Taiwan couldn’t get enough of the already working vaccines into the country.  Naturally, this allowed the president to use her executive orders, to have Medigenvac create the vaccines, to sell it to we the people, none of these had been faulty, because, there’s, the necessities.  From this, it’d proven, that the policies of the vaccines in Taiwan, is, politically, manipulated.

And now, let’s take a look at the children globally, being vaccinated with the Covid 19 vaccines, at the very start, they’re, prioritized toward the last in line, this was totally opposite in the flu vaccines.  The flu vaccines prioritize children as firsts, to prevent the transmission strains.  This is how the government decided on the priorities of the Covid 19 vaccines, with the elderly population, and the hospital staff members as the first in line.  And yet the Covid 19 vaccines placed children toward the bottom, and, Taiwan had, prioritized the officials in the CDC as the firsts to get their vaccinations, and they’d, justified it as there’s no other way.

Comparing to how the Medigenvac getting boosted by the government, the government here, doesn’t even CARE about children not getting their vaccines.  The side effects, are merely an excuse that the government has, for delaying the children’s usable vaccines.  If when the vaccines are in shortage, the government helps the children find a vaccine that works, even if it is from Medigenvac, allowing children to be the firsts in line to get them, whether it be not enough known of the side effects in children, there wouldn’t be so many upset parents right now.

And so, the timing of the policies of vaccines is too vital, the opening of children vaccinated with Moderna is correct, but the timing being off, then, the “generosity” of the government, became, an excuse.  Plus, the government made it known to the people, that the only vaccine that had been proven safe for the children, BioNTech, can’t get in, because the government’s own “hating China” sentiments, refusing to negotiate the terms of contract with Shanghai’s Fosun Pharma, so the BioNTech vaccines can be shipped over.  It’d, angered the parents even more so, how the government’s anti-Chinese sentiments, can, be more important than the lives of young children in this country, totally inhumane.  And what came from this, the debates on whether to stop the classroom sessions in school or not, busted the incompetence of the government out into the open.

Using politics, to manipulate the vaccines, it’s the norm of policies of the vaccines, which fitted to the workings of the society.  And yet, this government used the top hat of science, and, pushed the younger generations toward the fronts of “hating China”, it’s so tragic, for children living in Taiwan.

And so, look what this government, is willing, to SACRIFICE, the future generations, because it only CARES about its own political means, turning the people here (who are too stupid to know better!), against China, and not giving the children a chance to live, by depriving them of the vaccines that’s proven safe for them to get vaccinated with, and to think that the majority of voters (as all the DDP supporters all go to the polls?) still voted this party of dictators.  We (collectively speaking, that is) the people are, surely, STUPID all right!

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The Suspect of the Kidnapping Murder on the Run for Twenty Years, Five Years Short from the Period of Statute of Limitation, and He Was Caught on a Random Check on the Roads

No matter how you thought you’d, escaped the laws, you hadn’t, you will get CAUGHT, that, is what the takeaway “brown points” of the story here is!  Finally, brought to, justice, twenty whole years after he’d committed the crimes and escaped, off of the Newspapers, translated…

The felon who’d been involved in the abduction, kidnapping murder case, Wu, in his time at large, was listed as a serious criminal that needed to be taken into custody by the investigation agencies, to evade the checks, for twenty years, Wu made himself anonymous, worked the odds and ends to make a living, but, on the evening of the thirteenth, there was a check on the roads, because he’d not told the officers his real identification number, he was, busted, and was arrested as a criminal, caught in the act, taken in, and in only five years, the periods of statute of limitation would expire.

For Wu (age 54), his statute of limitation was set to expire by April of 2027, being at large for twenty whole years, he’d sighed, “What I’d owed, I will eventually, have, to pay up”.

In 2002, the man, Tsai started wanting to have the huge sums of inheritance, that his neighbor, Lee had been given, had his friends, Lee, Wu, and Wu, kidnap the man, and asked for the ransom of $15 million N.T.s, and because the family didn’t want to pay, and the kidnappers believed that the victim already saw what they looked like, they’d, stuffed the man into the truck, then, set the car on fire, and the victim was burned to death inside the trunk of that car.

The Highest Court sentenced Lee who’d set the fire to serve on death row; the mastermind, the planners, Tsai, and Wu both received life terms, before Wu was tried, he’d, escaped, and was a criminal of interested by “extension 8” of the Criminal Investigation Files.

The manager of Nancheng Substation of Fengshan Subprecinct, Lin, while making the evening check rounds, he saw Wu running at the sight of the officers, thought that something was up, he’d pulled him over, but Wu abandoned his car, and kept running, but was still taken in, and, Wu sat in the precinct for half and hour, and finally told the police his identification number, as the police checked, they were shocked to discover, that he was the serious felon of the kidnapping-murder case from twenty years ago.

And you still, did NOT, escape the law, that just showed, how you will, eventually (don’t know how long exactly that would take though) PAY for what you did, even if it was, lifetimes, ago, and when you get caught, you’re still going to be, charged with murder, rape, kidnapping, or whatever it is that you’d, committed.

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The Assailant Received a Reduced Sentence for Delaying Getting the Man He’d Assaulted into Emergency after Beating Him with the Man Dying from the Injuries

How this assailant got only a slap on the wrist, because his victim failed to take his own injuries seriously enough, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The man, Lai suspected that Yao was doing something bad to his own daughter back in 2016, went to Yao’s home to confront him, and beaten him up, as Yao’s parents tried to prevent their son from being beaten, Yao’s father suspected a head trauma, after the surgeries, he’d become paralyzed, and died eight months later; the first trial found Lai guilty of assault, sentenced him to six years, the second trial gave him two four years six months; the Taichung High Subsidiary Courts retrial believed, that the victim didn’t get treated in time at the recommendation of medical professionals, that he was partially responsible, tossed back the original verdict, sentenced Yao to four years.  This can still be appealed.

The verdict pointed out, that Lai suspected that Yao had done something bad to his own daughter, on the afternoon of February 12th, 2016, he’d gone to Yao’s residence in Changwha to confront him, back then, Yao and both his parents were at home, in a moment of anger, Lai tried to beat Yao, and both the parents saw and tried to block him off.

Lai started taking his anger out on Yao’s parents, injured both, causing both to sustain multiple injuries, Yao’s father started bleeding internally on the right side of his skull, severely injured, on the fifteenth he received a surgery and still ended up a quadriplegic, could take care of himself in daily living.

Yao’s father died on October 16th, 2016, the D.A. believed that Lai had injured him severely, and indicted him; the Changwha District Court found Lai guilty of assault causing severe injuries, sentenced him to six years, the second trial, the Taichung High Subsidiary court sentenced him to four years six months.

The first retrials in the Collectivist Court believed, that on the day of the attack, Yao’s father went to the E.R. to get treated, but didn’t follow the suggestions of the medical professionals to get a CT scan, along with other tests, that three days later, he’d had subdural hematoma, and went to the emergency room for the surgeries, the severity of the results of his injuries were on him, for delaying treatment.

The originally verdict didn’t take this into consideration, which is why the retrial tossed the verdict, and gave a lesser sentence.

And so, this still just showed, that if you were injured in a confrontation, it’s YOUR own responsibilities to either take the advice of the medical professionals to hospitalize or whatever, otherwise, the individual who’d caused you the serious injuries, or even death will only get a slap on the wrist, because you are the ones, failing to pay close attention to your own body.

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The Case of Arson in the Buddhist Shrine Killing Seven the Man Received Life-Term Instead of the Death Penalty

It took the justice systems, THREE whole YEARS, to decide what to do with this man who’d, committed arson, and murdered his own elders in cold blood, well, that took, long enough, and to the families of the victims, this does not seem like, justice at all, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The arson case of Yujing, Tainan from three years ago that resulted in seven deaths, two injuries, the first trial the courts found that the suspect, Tseng had premeditation of committing arson and murdering, used an extremely cruel measure, had no humanities, sentenced him to death; the second trial considered that Tseng had been diagnosed with a severe mental condition that was left untreated from his younger years, causing his bad behaviors, yesterday, the death penalty was overturned, and life-in-prison was given to him as punishment.  This can still be appealed.

The man in charge of the Buddhist Shrine, Chang stated, that the tragedies happened, and, Tseng shall be judged for his crimes; for the three years, the families of those who’d died worked hard to let go of their hate, hoping, to return themselves back to their, original, peaceful state of mind in living.

Tseng was taken by eight bailiffs to the courts to hear his verdict, during the verdict of his first trial, he’d gotten worked up and started gesturing to the news media, as he’d learned he got life in prison yesterday, he’d remained, silent.  The seven members of the families of those who died weren’t present, only stated their opinions on paper, they’re still not done, grieving for the losses of their loved ones yet.

The Collectivist Courts believed, that Tseng was fitted to the U.N.’s laws to get punished, considering how he’d started showing severe psychological disorders, and didn’t get the proper treatment, “it’s necessary, to avoid passing down the death penalty to those who are inept.”

And besides, after Tseng committed the murders, he’d, immediately called it in, subjectively, his turning himself in helped the investigators quickly get to the case to understand what had happened; Tseng’s parents blamed themselves for the outcomes of his behaviors, had already directly or indirectly, paid the sums of the victims of their son’s crime already.

And so, this man should’ve received the DEATH penalty, but due too his mental conditions, he’d, escaped death, instead, he received a life-sentence, which is just as well, because now, he is going to get tortured by his own guilty conscience over what he did, but to the families of victims, I’m sure, they would much rather see him get executed.

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