Yeah, so it’s punishable by “quantity”, instead of, “quality” then? That makes it, a whole lot better, that he’d, only, passed the nude photo of his own ex-girlfriend, the legislator, Kao to one other person…are you, FUCKING (don’t pardon me here!) shitting me??? Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
Lin, due to the case of abuse of the legislator, Kao was indicted on eight counts, the case is currently pending trial at the Hsinbei District Court, Kao also sued him for public indecency for passing the photo of one of his ex-girlfriends online, the Hsinbei District Court believed, that Lin only sent the photo to one other friend, that there was no intention of passing the photos out online, dropped the charges.
Kao, the legislator told her representing attorney, Lee, that the district attorney’s office was unreasonable in the case, that if based off of the fact, that the photos were sent to only one other person, it doesn’t constitute as spreading the sexually-illicit materials around, then, all the cases of the nude photos gone viral will not make the charges of “spreading of sexually-illicit photographs”, “this does NOT match to the morale of this country’s laws.”
Because of Lin’s physical violence toward Kao, he was charged with forgery, obstruction of secret, unlawful custody, forced act, defamation, obstruction of computer uses, assault, threats, a total of, eight charges. The Hsinbei D.A.’s Office found him suspicious of all eight, that there’s proof that he may collaborate his statements, that he will repeatedly offend, on the twenty-first, kept him in police custody for two more months.
Kao found then, that other than her own sexually-illicit photos, Lin also had the sexually-illicit photos of his exes, that Lin used the communication apps to pass the photos to others he knew, she’d reported to the Hsinbei D.A.’s Office, that Lin was in suspicion of spreading and possession of lewd photos and footages.
Lin claimed this was slanderous, that the photos he received were from the women themselves, that back then, his friend, Lee mentioned how he shared private things of his wife, that was why he’d sent the lewd photos to Lee, that he’d not sent them to anybody else.
And, the district attorneys confirmed that the photos were sent to only Lee by Lin, that there were, no other recipients, that it’d not constitute as “spreading the lewd materials”, that there’s no reasonable doubt, that Lin had committed this crime, dropped the charges.
The attorney, Liu found, that the D.A. viewed this case from a practical and traditional means, and, the penal codes of this particular law was to protect the good in society, not on the invasions of privacy. The attorney Lin interpreted, even if it’s just one on one, sending the lewd materials to three or more, it constitutes as public indecency.
Lee believed, that whether or not there’s an intention, only the individuals know, that legally, there are, only, the objective review of evidence, Lin admitted having the sexually illicit footages, and admitting to sending it to one other person, “doesn’t that constitutes as intentionally spreading and possession” then?
So, this, is on how the various attorneys interpreted the matter of this loser’s (b/c that is what he is!) behaviors of sharing the sexually illicit photos with his pals, and it don’t matter how many other persons you shared these photos of intimacies with, even if it’s just to brag to your best friend on hey, I had this one, it’s still against the law, but, the laws are defined, too, loosely here, with NO specification of the exact words of what constitutes as legal or not, that’s why, there are still these holes, that the defense will drill into, to help the individuals who hired them to get off easy.
And the law here, still doesn’t do SHIT for the invasions of privacy, to protect those individuals who shot their own nudes to send to the people they’re in love with, and these people are, just, way too, mother @#$%ING (maxed out!), stupid to boot too.