Follow-up from the (1) ...
Here is another typical example  of pan-blue's "society-breaking conspiracy". In this case, again, a public guilty sense was induced through media by pan-blue's manipulation with premature judgements based on pure circumstantial guesses and imaginations, way before any legal investigations were conducted.
It was followed by an investigation heavily biased by the outraged public pressure. In the end, the judge sentenced the accused 10 years in jail, 2 more years than what the district attorney asked for. Why 2 more years? The judge said that it is because the accused "deny the crime to the death" (死不認罪).
According to the news report , the official verdict, which is supposed to list the details of the crimes that the district attorneys can come up with, includes statements like these:
-- Crime motive:
"Because the accused knows X and Y pretty well in person, he SHOULD have the motive to commit this crime."
-- How the crime is committed:
"The accused SOMEHOW committed the crime"
"A telephone record between the accused and X showed conversation length of 0 second, indicating that a "signal" for committing the crime was sent."
When you call someone but the phone is not picked up, it shows 0 second on record. So to live in Taiwan, you'd better be home 24 hours a day, and make sure that the recipient be home before you make any call. Otherwise you might one day become a criminal because of that.
According to the accused, the judge ignored all or most of his not-guilty evidences, and made the judging based on public opinions but not facts, making the official verdict read more like a novel .
It's for certain that this "novel" will serve as an example for the current hot case about the first family --- if the investigation
and the sentencing of Chao, Jian-Ming (趙建銘）came out anything less, expect waves of anti-court, anti-government, society-breaking demonstrations launched by pan-blue.
It's a pitty that pan-green never came up with any way to counter this trick, even after so many years of fighting against pan-blue.
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