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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 Frontline Workers Interacting with the Customers Often Treated as the Scapegoats, the Service Industries Really Need to Reconsider the Beliefs of “the Customers are Always Right”

The customers aren’t, ALWAYS right, because, we all had, encountered, MORE than, our shares of, unreasonable, customers, right???  Am I right, (everybody, high-five me!!!), off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

In a local grocery store in Minnesota, recently, there was a man in his sixties, who’d wanted to buy the Campbell imported cheeses.  He was at home, staying out of the outbreaks for too long, and, it was a rare occasion that he’d made it out for a shopping trip, he’d gone around the grocery store, didn’t find it, had the store clerks look for it, which the store clerks didn’t find; and he’d, demanded that the clerk go to the warehouse to see if there are any, and, the store clerk checked for the stock on the computer in the storage, none.  Then, the customer raged out of control, started making a huge scene.  This was, the frequent encounters of the employees of the service industries in the past two years in the U.S., the consumers had become, more and more, difficult to handle by the days.

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“I want to see your manager!”…photo from online

The store clerk, Loona told of the experience, that the atmosphere at the grocery shop was anger, confusion, and fear.  She’d believed, that as everybody watched the man go off, people must be thinking, that the outrage the man was acting out on, probably, had, NOTHING to do with the imported cheese.

What’s before us, is, a weird era, with the outbreaks continuing on.  As people are in the shops, on the airplanes, and talking with the customers’ service reps, there were the outbursts of angers from the consumers: “I want to speak with your manager”.

And, these maliciousness made the owners of the business rethink the prime principle of “the customers are always right!” in the service industries.  If those working in the service industries have to play the role of calming therapists to the customers, then, their superiors, managers, became the bodyguards who must, keep the safety and wellbeing of their, workers.  And, every single time, as these “bodyguards” showed up, they should not tell the workers, “you’re fired”, instead, to the customers, “you are on the blacklist, don’t come here again!”

what the modern day consumers got, spoiled into

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and no, this is still, NOT, C-U-T-E!!! Photo from online

But yeah, that’s never going to happen, because, we all want our businesses to be flourishing, don’t we?  And so, even IF the consumers are acting up and out, for unjustified reasons, we can’t do anything about it, we can only, blame those cashers, store clerks, for not calming their customers down, after all, this is an industry where, we are, solely, reliant on our customers happiness, their satisfactions at our shops, to make a living, as for the rights, the wellbeing of those workers hired by our companies, yeah, let them deal with it on their own.

And so, this, is still, how messed up, the values are, and it’s all because, of how the businesses are, spoiling the consumers, rotten, telling them, that they’re, ALWAYS, right, when they’re, not!

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He’d Owed the Gambling Debts, and Masked Himself Up, Robbed His Own Father, Sentenced to Three Years Eight Months

See how men are still, SPOILED, by their, parents here?  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The thirty-five-year-old man, Huang owed debts in gambling that accumulated, and he’d started, thinking of robbing his own father, as his father took out the cash to pay the union, he’d used a toy gun, and robbed $410,000N.T. wearing a mask; the police first suspected that this was a set up by Huang’s father, and after chasing the leads, they’d found out, that it was Huang who committed the robbery, and as Huang learned that it was his son who’d robbed him, he’d decided, to drop the charges, but the courts still sentenced Huang for possession of a dangerous weapon, and robbery, sentenced him to three years eight months.

The police investigated, that Huang lives with his fifty-seven year-old father, had the debts accumulated from his gambling habits to $430,000N.T.s.  Last year on October 14th, he’d learned that his father was about to drop off payment at the union, at three in the morn that day, he’d called his father, asked to borrow a thousand dollars, and, got his father to go to the location, and ambushed at Linkou, as his father was about to get into his own car, he’d shown up with his face covered up as the man, Chiu who’d come, to drop off the amount, used a toy gun, threatened his own father, ordered him to give the money, robbed the $380,000 for the investment fees, as well as the $30,000N.T. that his own father had in cash.

Afterwards, Huang’s father immediately notified the police, and the police reviewed over the surveillance of the getaway car, found that the car was registered to Huang’s own son, suspected that Huang didn’t want to pay the union, and had collaborated this script with his own son, and the police suspected this, they’d notified both the father and son to come in.

Huang’s father told the police that he’d never done such a thing, claimed that after he was robbed, he’d asked his friends, and that was when they’d told him, that his son accumulated up the gambling debts out, and, as he’d returned home, he saw a toy gun inside his son’s car, and inquired him about it, then his son came clean, that he’d owed $430,000N.T. in gambling, and broken the laws; and, as he gave his statement, he’d begged the officers for mercy for his own son.

Huang originally admitted to robbery, claimed that the money he’d robbed from his father he already used it to pay up the gambling debts that he’d accumulated, but at the trial, he’d claimed that his father WAS the one with the gambling addictions, worried that his father might take the money and gamble it all away, that was why he’d, robbed him, and that the courts can call his father to the stand to vouch for him.  But the courts found that his statements are not in correspondence with the evidence, that it wasn’t reasonable, ruled that he was lying.

The judge considered that Huang was on probationary term for his public endangerment case, that he’d robbed his own father, Huang’s father loved him, and decided to not press charges, and he was given a lenient sentence of three years eight months.

Yeah, and what do you think this “kid” learns???  Oh yeah, I can ROB my father again, or someone I know, and get away with it, and this man had, spoiled his own son rotten too, he should’ve pressed charges against his son, and put his son away for a long, long, long time, after all, the son had, robbed the father, and so what IF, he didn’t use a real weapon, that it was, only, a fake?  He still deserved to be punished, more severely, than this, but the father went soft, because it was his son who’d, committed the crimes.  And so, another LOSER is, spoiled by his own, “daddy dearest” here!

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The Landlady of the Rao River Night Market Beaten into a Coma by Her Own Son

Another BLOOD-SUCKING L-E-E-C-H we have here, as his families finally, CUT him off, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Man Couldn’t Get His Mother to Hand Over the Deeds to the Properties, the Neighbors Heard the Shrilling Cries, Called the Police.  The Police & Fire Department Broke in to Save the Woman, the Son Taken into Custody.

A man in Taipei, Jeng, couldn’t get his mother to sign over the deeds to the properties that she owned, in the midnight hours of last, he took a huge nail puller, hit his mother in her seventies until she was in a coma, his younger brother was beaten up by him too, the locals heard the shrilling “help us!”, they’d called the police, the police and fire department broke down the door and saved the injured mother and son pair, Jeng’s mother lost consciousness, was taken to the I.C.U. for observations, the district attorneys charged Jeng on domestic violence and attempted murder, and the courts mandated for his being taken into custody.

Based off of understanding, Jeng’s mother collected the rents from the Rao River Night Markets, has two sons and a daughter, after her husband died, she inherited the properties, the first floor, she’d rented the space to the shops, and lived on the second floor with her second son, and rented out the first and third floors to tenants.

Based off of understanding both of Jeng’s sons are unemployed, the eldest who was involved lives on the boundaries of Songshan and Xinyi District, at Huling Street, because he got into drugs, and had priors in drugs, he’d gone home often to ask for money, and demanded that his mother signed over the deeds to the properties, to attempt to get his hands on the family’s assets.

The fifty-year-old eldest son at around one in the morn, returned to his mother’s home, demanded that she signs over the deeds of the property that’s worth $20,000N.T.s, but the mother was already in bed, and not paid him any heed, and this caused Jeng to feel upset, he’d used the large nail puller, and attacked his mother’s head, hands, his mother lost consciousness.

This tragedy happened late at night, because the elderly screamed out the shrilling “HELP!”, the neighbors heard, and called the police immediately, as the officers arrived, nobody answered the door, but due to safety considerations, the police called over the fire department to break down the door to save the elderly.

As the police and firefighters entered, they’d found Jeng’s mother on the ground of the second floor bedroom, suffered severe head injuries, with blood over her, she’d lost consciousness, they’d sent her to the E.R. immediately, she regained consciousness, and is now, in the I.C.U., the second son who was injured, and ran to the balcony to call for help, suffered fractures on his wrist and hand, and arm.

The police subdued Jeng and arrested him, confiscated the nail puller that he used, the case is being reviewed as attempted murder from domestic violence.  The neighbors told, that Jeng was unemployed, not gotten along with his families, only when he ran out of money, would he return home, and asked for valuables from his own mother, and, they couldn’t imagine that as he got home late last night to get more money, that he’d, beaten up his family members when they refused to give him the money he asked for.

The attorneys said, that in the more severe cases of domestic violence, the families can file for an emergency protective order, and after the courts reviewed over the facts and believed that the abused are in immediate danger, then, they will issue the restraining orders in four hours, and contact the local stations to keep the records of the case on file.

And so, this, is what happens, because you allowed this son of yours to SUCK you dry all those years, and now, you’d finally decided that ENOUGH is ENOUGH, and he couldn’t get the money from you this time, and, he flew into a rage, and, started attacking you, and this is still caused by the parents’ spoiling their own young, because you allowed him to SUCK you dry before, so why would this time be any different?  That I think, was the main reason why this man had, blown up and attacked his family members.

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The Son is a Driver, and Had His Poverty-Stricken Parents Pick Up After His Mess

We have here, a SPOILED ROTTEN B-R-A-T who needs his mama and papa to CLEAN up HIS bad mess, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The nineteen-year-old youth, Deng worked as a driver for a scam ring, followed the orders and collected one million dollars totally, from the two victims, after he’d received $3,000N.T. for his work, he was arrested; although Deng was from a poverty-stricken background, his parents kept apologizing to the victims and paid for the damages their son had caused in installments, the Shilin District Courts, after reprimanding Deng, gave him the lightest sentence for the crimes, just one year in jail, hoped that he could really turn over a new leaf.

The judge pointed out, that the last year amended fraud of “over three accomplices” are over one, and under seven years of prison terms, and considered that Deng was still quite young, and was at the bottommost level of the scam ring, and that, was why the judge was willing to reduce his sentence.  Lu and Chen fell prey to the overly used scam of “We have Your Son”, and had paid Deng $200,000N.T. and $800,000 in ransom to Deng, after Deng got his $3,000 in payment for his work, he was caught.

Last year, the woman Lu got a call said that her son signed for someone, but couldn’t make the payments, and had been taken away, she’d quickly made withdraws of $200,000N.T.; five days later, a retired man, Chen got a similar call, he’d placed the $800,000N.T. by the MRT station in Danshui, but the caller stated, “You still need to pay us $500,000N.T. in interests”, he felt that it was odd, immediately called the police, and, the police caught Deng, who was there, to pick up the cash drop.

Deng said, that his friends told him, “just pick up the cash, and you’d earned some money”, that, was why he’d become a driver; Deng said, that a man named, “Stinky” only gave him a cell phone, and that the headquarter of this scam ring is located in China, and had remote controlled him by phone, telling him what to do, he was unclear who was responsible for doing what in the ring.

Their son had helped scammed someone and got into trouble, the parents are heartbroken, continually apologized to the two victims, and promised to pay up the money.  The victims saw how stressed out the parents of Deng was, said, “we’re worried that our son was abducted, that, was why we were scammed, and you worried about your son getting jailed”, all parents are the same, so, they’d taken pity on Deng’s parents and agreed to settle with them.

The courts investigated, that Deng was given a two month sentence for public endangerment for drunk driving, he was also involved in another case of fraud, and was being overseen by the district court of Taipei; awhile ago, when the judge of the Shihlin District Court opened the courts, he’d scolded the teen, “You really don’t have a clue”, Deng replied, “I didn’t know that the laws were this strict!”

And that, is how this young criminal got, BUT that minor SLAP on his wrists, and, because he had yet to learn his lessons the HARD way, he will surely return to his old ways of being bad after he’s released from jail, and, it’s all because the victims took pity on the parents, who spoiled their son rotten!

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Allowing the Children to Learn to Become Independent

Observations from the workforce, translated…

I work in a food manufacturing factory, every time around the New Year’s, we’re the busiest, and so, the company would hire some temporary employees, to increase the help, so we can become better adapted to this busiest time of year.

Recently, there was a new part-timing kid, tall and strong, and, perhaps, this was his first job, he’d worked very slowly, but that could slowly be trained, but if he didn’t have the energies, everything he did, becomes, dead and boring too.

This kid has a very BAD level of comprehension, it’s hard for me to imagine, that he’s going to college, he’d repeated the same actions for the work, and still, he didn’t have a CLUE what he was doing now.

Every day around lunch, he’d received a call like clockwork, it was from him mom, asked him if he’d eaten yet, and what he’s doing now!  And that, was when I first gained the perspective, of what a “mama’s boy” actually looked like!

He’d already in college, and his mother still hovered over him, when will the child become truly independent?  Seeing how many blood suckers there are in the world today, are they all caused by the parents’ unwillingness and inability to let go too?

Yes, that, is the “creation process” of blood suckers, because you keep on hovering over your kids, you’d taken away the ability to fend for themselves, and, unless you stupid parents CAN outlive your own offspring, there’s NO way you can possibly watch over your young 24/7, and, the process of letting go SHOULD start early, because the later it got, the harder it would be, to WEAN them ALL!!!

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The Plans of a Birthday Party Didn’t Fall Through

On the education of the young, translated…

One day, as I’d picked my sixth grade daughter up from school, she’d told me happily, that a classmate was having a birthday party, that he’s taking everybody in the class out for steaks next Wednesday.

I thought, which parents have the money, to take out an entire class, the cost must run up high.  A few of the parents from the same community, after learning about this, started discussing, whether or not to shop for presents, and whether or not they should allow their children to go.

The birthday party came quick, on Tuesday, I’d gone to pick out a present, and picked my daughter up afterschool, she’d told me in disappointment, that the birthday party was delayed until after mid-terms, because the parents were sending her older sister to France to study, it was canceled.

After I’d heard, I started wondering, that the dates for sending the daughter aboard should’ve already been set, plus, can you cancel the reservations at the restaurant instantaneously?

After the mid-terms, the kids started discussing when they’re going out for steak again, the teacher called the parents who were supposedly throwing this party, and the parents said, that the child didn’t have an older sister, that he wasn’t going to France, nor was the throwing of the birthday party discussed.  Turns out, that the child made the whole thing up, and he managed to trick the rest of his classmates, his teachers, along with the other kids’ parents as well.

Later on, one day, this student who’d lied to everybody had an early leave, the teacher asked around the class, to see how many of the classmates had been in the same class as the child, and, a few of them raised their hands, and told everybody else, that this, was not the first time that this kid had done something like this.  The entire class got mad at the few of them, “Why didn’t you tell us?  Allowing us to get tricked like that.”  Actually, nobody lost any money, it’s just that all the kids’ expectations fell out.  And, some of the parents claimed that it’s great that the party wasn’t thrown, due to the recent food crises.

My daughter couldn’t believe, that she was scammed in school, that her expectations fell out.  I’d reminded her, that school is a microcosm of the world, that after she goes out into the world, there would be, more scams like this, that she must have a good heart, and to not want anything that doesn’t belong to her, and maybe, she could, reduce the chances of getting scammed.

And so, it’s still the parents’ fault, perhaps, the parents spoiled the kid, made him think that he could get away with murder, and so, he blurted out that promise, got the whole class going, and he became the center of everybody’s attention, and that made him feel special, who knows, but, it’s this bad behavior that the parents overlooked that will, end up, screwing this kid over in the future, and the parents doesn’t seem to pay any heed to their son’s bad behaviors.

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A Son Who Did Nothing All Day Long for 26 Years, His Father Finally Couldn’t Stand it Anymore, Hacked at His Drug-Addicted Son

Finally the father’s had ENOUGH!!!  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

A man named Kuo had been abusing drugs long-term, and does nothing to make his own living, his seventy-two year old father blamed himself for not teaching his son the right kinds of values, yesterday, he’d left a note, saying that they are going to die together, used a knife, hacked up his own son, but, his daughter came home in time, called the police, after the police interrogated the elderly man, they’d booked him for attempted murder.

“There’s nothing more that I can do, just take him away, before he hurts anybody else.”, Kuo’s father blamed himself, for spoiling his own son rotten, and was angry at how his son won’t listen to him to stop using, he’s elderly, with high blood pressure, diabetes, and, the past couple of days, he’d gotten really annoyed at how his son got very loud, causing him to be unable to sleep for four days continuously, early yesterday morn, he’d written out a note, planned to murder his son first, then, commit suicide by jumping off the building.

The police said, that after the father and son had a serious argument, the father hacked the son with the knife, but in the end, he just couldn’t kill him, seeing how his son was bleeding in the head, he’d stopped hacking, but, it’d waken up his daughter and his grandson who live with him.

Kuo who was hurt refused to get treated, the officers had to tie him down to get him on the ambulance, but he’d jumped off, screamed, “I was the one cutting myself up, it has nothing to do with my father!”, after a very long time, the paramedics finally got him to Shinko Hospital for treatment, the four knife wounds from the top of his head caused his skull to fracture, but after the surgery, he’s in stable conditions.

Kuo’s father, when being interrogated, pointed out that at age seventeen, his son had started using drugs, and from his technical high school graduation to now he’s forty-three, he still doesn’t have a stable job, does nothing all day, and he’d been jailed for drug abuse multiple times and still hadn’t changed a bit.  He’d camped out on his couch for the last twenty years, fearing that his son would go out and create trouble in the middle of the night.

And so, the father had finally had it, huh?  Because this son just won’t get cleaned, and that, is just how finally the parents cracked, after putting up with a drug-addicted son for so very long.

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From Tall, Dark & Handsome to Owing Too Much Debts

From someone’s observations, translated…

My classmate’s older brother is tall and handsome, right after military school, he’d had a smooth ride to the top, and because he hadn’t found a wife, and saved up on every dollar he’d earned, he’d accumulated quite a large amount of money in his bank accounts.

And, his characters of being tall, handsome, and rich had indeed, attracted a ton of ladies, and, there were a lot of the ladies who’d pursued him, and, we’d all nicknamed him, “Mr. Rich, Tall & Handsome”.

Later on, he married, and, we’d heard that his “spoiled” wife had indeed been the one who pursued after him.  After they married, they lived on happily, and Mr. Tall, Rich & Handsome had a reputation of spoiling his own wife in his area, it’d not only allowed him to let her dress up to the nines when she’d gone out, not do anything at home, and, anytime she goes out, there would be name brand cars, waiting, to give her a ride.

But, the fairytale didn’t last, recently I’d heard my classmate told of how his brother was faring, awfully, and would often call home, to borrow some money, or to ask for handouts, turns out, he’d given all his cash to his wife to put into the stock markets.

And, the woman became too spoiled rotten, with too big an ambitions, she didn’t know when to quit, she’d started buying up a high-cost bank bond, ended up losing their house, and even Mr. Tall, Rich & Handsome’s retirement funds wouldn’t suffice is filling up the holes, and caused him to still slaved his life away after he’d retired.

And what’s more infuriating is that the woman still does as she pleases, dressed herself up real well, rode out in the name brand car daily, and, let her husband worry about the money being spent up.  Her good fortune had us all in awe.

And now, Mr. Tall, Rich & Handsome is no longer who he used to be, he was crushed by his debts, and, we’d nicknamed him Mr. Owed-Too-Much Debts instead.

When I saw him again, I barely recognized him.  Some of his friends and relatives couldn’t withstand to see him suffer, gave him words of advice, to not keep on spoiling his own wife.

And, Mr. In-Too-Much Debt shook his head continuously, and, we believed, that he’s still trapped, he’d rather have it hard, than allowing his spoiled wife to take the responsibilities.  This, reminded me of a saying, “there are, people, from all walks of life.”

And so, this, is how a woman CAN and is able to RUIN a man completely, and this also shows you just how blind people become in love too.

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Her Son Stole Money Continuously the Eighty-Year-Old Mother Paid it Back for Him Each & Every Time

Guess WHO is the ENABLER in this story???  From the Newspapers, translated…

A forty-year old man, Deng was under great economic duress, and, in order to pay the debts he’d owed, he stole a lot, and each and every time, he had his eighty-year-old mother take care of it for him, awhile back, he’d gone to the local guardian’s temples, and stole away Liu’s over $140,000N.T’s lotto tickets, in the end, his mother took the cash, and went to the subprecinct, got down on her knees, and begged, for a favor for her son, all the officers felt bad for her.

Based off of understanding, the seventy-year-old woman, Liu would set up scratch off stand at the local guardian’s temple until the early morning hours, the forty-year-old man, Deng on the early morning of the 7th, went to the temple, to ask for money, saw how Liu was putting up her tickets into her handbag, he’d taken the advantage of the time she’d turned away, and managed to steal away all the tickets, with the total worth of well over $145,000N.T.s.

The police reviewed the surveillance, and followed the leads, and managed to find Deng on the 11th, Deng told the police, that the $56,000N.T. he’d won, he’d used it to pay off his debts.  Based off of the investigations, Deng had multiple charges of theft, and accumulated a ton of credit card debts, and because he couldn’t pay off all his debts on a $23,000N.T. a month salary from the printing company, that, was why he’d stolen.

As Deng’s mother got notified by the police, she’d rushed to subprecinct, his mother said, that she has three children, and this middle child had gotten her worried the most, would often steal, and was unable to pay back what he’d stolen, and would need her to pay for him, every time he’d done it.

Deng’s mother begged on her knees to Liu, and gave the $145,000N.T.s back to Liu, and cried, “Do forgive my son”, the officers there felt bad too, and, Deng said, that he knew what he’d done was wrong.

Liu said, that she too, lived off hard, and was willing to forgive the man.  But stealing is a prosecutory crime, after the police interrogated the man, they booked Deng to be processed in court.

And so, because you couldn’t pay your bills, you’d stolen the lotto tickets that someone sold, well, did you NOT consider that the person who’s stand you sold from has to make a living too, and, you still had your mama come and WIPE your ass for you?  You’re a GROWN man, are you FUCKING shitting me here?  And, the mother is at fault too, because she’d not cut her son off, which caused her son to SUCK onto her like a LEECH!

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