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The Teacher’s Being in Love with a Last Year Middle School Student, They’d Gone Off to Have Sex Three Times, the Teacher Only Received Probation

Why you should, NEVER date a student, not only because it isn’t, PROFESSIONAL, there’s, also, the issue of ETHICS here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A married woman, Kuo from Hualien as she was substituting in a certain middle school, she’d had sex five times with a male student, the two of them had sexual intercourse three times in the outdoors, after they broke up, the male student told this to his counselor, that was how this student-teacher love affair came out into the open, and Kuo was sued for obstruction of sexual freedom of the male student; the courts believed, that the entire case started when the male student started pursuing the teacher, that she’d not used the opportunities to have sex with him, and, found Kuo guilty for taking advantage of the student, for having sex with a minor, sentenced her to ten months in prison, and on probation for three years.

As the news of the female instructors having sex three times a night with the male student got out, it’d started this heated discussion online, one of the member of the online community posted, “I’m so envious”, and scholars believed, that it didn’t matter if the students or the teachers started it, there should be that clear cut boundaries between the students and the teachers.

The Soochow University law professor, Hsiao pointed out, that during the time of the incidents, the male student was only, six months away from turning sixteen; and after sixteen, the case of adultery wouldn’t stand in court, because so long as the sexual intercourse was, consensual, there would be, no problems with the law, but if because the male student was six months underage, and the teacher given a severe sentence, it served, no point.

Hsiao believed, that the courts had its reasons, not considering the Penal Code 228, because this law is set up, to protect the “ability to decide for oneself to have sex”, that this was different compared to the Penal Code 227, used to protect underage minors; based off of this particular case, if the student wasn’t not yet sixteen, there’s, no cause for the law to restrict the behaviors of the adult, the judge was reasonable in making the decisions.

Kuo who’s about thirty is petite and cute, very active, as she was working as a substitute Chinese instructor in middle school, she’s very lovable, the students all loved her, two years ago in June, as a fifteen-year-old male student pursued her hard, she’d, started, dating him, and soon enough, they’d, taken out a suite, and had sex, on the evening of November 7th of the same year, the two also had sex three times outdoors by the beach of the Seven Stars Lagoon and inside a gazebo too, and later on, they’d, broken up.

During the trial, Kuo presented the court with the love letters from the male student as evidence, showed how it was him who’d, pursued her, the judge believed, that during the time, the male student had reached a certain level of, maturity already, that this was different than when a teacher used the innocence of students who looked up to their teachers, to have sex, to molest them; and, for the five times Kuo had sex with the male student who wasn’t sixteen yet, she’d received three months for each count, and, she was to serve a total of ten months, and put on probation for three years, this can still be appealed.

The World News University’s Gender Study Department professor, Lo stated, that the teachers needed to follow the strict code of professional ethics, that even IF it were the students who were pursuing them, they’d still need to know to say NO, “the knowledge that passes from teachers to students do NOT include matters of romance between the teachers and the students.”

The school told, that as Kuo was dating the male student, she was no longer teaching in the school, that she wasn’t, a teacher; the Hualien Department of Education pointed out, although Kuo only received probation for her actions, because she now has a criminal record, she can’t ever be hired in a school again.

And so, this is, throwing away your future in education, and for what?  A FUCK?  And, even IF you were a few years older than your student, and he’d, pursued you hard, you are still the ADULT, and should’ve known the boundaries, but you’d, allowed this brat to cross the boundaries of ethics, and now, you will, NEVER get hired to work in a school again.  Was it worth it?  I wouldn’t, think so!

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The Patrol Officer Got Drunk and Drove, His Superior Feared Being Involved, So, He Covered Him

This, is a VERY bad example, set by the officers of the law here, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

The former office manager of the police subprecinct of Nanya subdivision of the city of Taoyuan, Huang, learned of his subordinate to have driven drunk, feared that he may get punished for allowing the matter to get loose, discussed the matter with the traffic subsection leader, Fang, to not investigate the matter, or to report it.

The first trials, the courts found both guilty of planning to benefit themselves, gave both men ten-month sentences, but the high courts believed that this act had destroyed the reputations of the police departments, changed their sentence to five years, ten months, and that they are not, to take public offices for five years.  The rulings can still be appealed.

The officer from Nanya subprecinct, Wu drove drunk on the late evening of March 26, 2011, and as he passed through the towns he’d run his car into a residence, was injured, and taken to the hospitals.  The traffic patrols of Daxi came to the scene, and found, that it was a coworker who’d messed up, told the captain of the police squad, Fang, and, Fang called Wu’s superior, Huang, and told him about what Wu had done.

Huang was worried about how the internal workings of the department was having a ton of problems back then, and, this time, if this got out, he may get demoted and get transferred to a station that he didn’t want to work in; Huang found Fang, and told him to cover for his subordinate, and, told the traffic teams, to let this car wreck slide; and the traffic team did what they were ordered to do.

After the officer was in the hospital, he had a breathalyzer test, and, it showed that his blood-alcohol-concentration was 0.43, 0.25 over the legal limits, and, the police didn’t even given him a ticket, or turn him in, or go after him for public endangerment, and, that the police departments put the case on the backburners for over six months.

The entire case stated when the D.A. suspected that the officer, Fang for giving the check dates to the construction site truck drivers, they’d tapped his phones, and, got this accidentally.  After the related individuals were interviewed, the police fined Wu a total of $34,500N.T.s, Wu had paid that up in full. But the courts believed, that it didn’t affect the outcomes of how Wu’s superiors still benefitted from Wu’s actions.

The first trials took into considerations, that Fang and Huang were friends with Wu, that they’d only helped him, because they worked in the same offices, that they didn’t gain anything from it, and plus, they’d gotten less than $50,000N.T., and, based off of the reductions of the sentences, each received two years, ten months.

But, the second trial of the highest courts in Taiwan believed, that Fang and Huang, after getting caught, denied their involvements, and was without remorse, and had, damaged the reputations of the police forces, and that the public might be less likely, to trust in the police department again, gave them heavier sentences.

So here, we have officers, who TRIED to cover one another’s ASSES, and ended up, paying, BIG times, and, this just shows, that you should NOT be doing ANY favors for anybody in the first place, if the person broke a law, then, s/he will BE punished, and so, don’t be stupid and cover for her/him, because you will, end up, getting screwed, just like the officer friends of this officer who drove drunk too.

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