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Meeting Minutes of Non-disclosure of Investigation Review Team in Feb. 2020

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Taiwan Tainan District Prosecutors Office

Meeting Minutes of Non-disclosure of Investigation Review Team in Feb. 2020

Date: 10am on Feb. 18, 2020 (Tuesday)

Location: Third Conference Room at 5th Floor of the Office

 

Attendees: refer to the attached attendance book

Chairman: Administrative Assistant Chief Prosecutor Lin Zhong-Bin,

Recorder: Su Chun Yan

 

  1. A Welcome Speech from Chairman

Today, we convene the meeting of Non-disclosure of Investigation Review Team to review relative twenty-three (23) news reports. We ask the committee members to provide your opinion about these news reports.

 

  1. Issues Discussed

First piece of news report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 21, 2019 about “Listed 31 persons as defendants for the imposter of Li Wu Long’s campaign headquarter members practicing bribery at an election?”

 

Second piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 22, 2019 about “Gave benefit to imposter of election candidate and the male man was in custody?”

 

Third piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 26, 2019 about “Filed a complaint from the election candidate impersonated Li Wu Long?”

 

Fourth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 28, 2019 about “Four chiefs of village reported to the authority impersonatedly in suspect and the prosecutor investigated?”

 

Fifth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A14 of Liberty Times on Nov. 10, 2019 about “Weird! Sudden death of a pervert with oval trauma on belly in detention center?”

 

Sixth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A16 of Liberty Times on Nov. 22, 2019 about “Recruited member with abundant benefits and one person in custody suspected to bribe?”

 

Seventh piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A13 of Liberty Times on Nov. 26, 2019 about “Legislator candidate Li Wu Long impersonated allegedly filing a complaint on Li being in custody?”

 

Eighth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Society page of Newsletter of Liberty Times on Nov. 20, 2019 about “Casted the first stone on investigating bribe at election in Tainan and the prosecutors and police summoned more than 20 persons at Madou?”

 

Ninth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Newsletter of United News Network on Nov. 20, 2019 about “Tainan’s prosecutors and police investigated bribe at election at Madou and interrogated 31 persons arrested all night?”

 

Tenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Politics page of Newsletter of Liberty Times on Nov. 21, 2019 about “News of bribe at election at Madou in Tainan, an organizer of a society in detention forbidden, and one person admitted on bail at NTD 50,000?”

 

Eleventh piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Society page of Newsletter of United News Network on Nov. 21, 2019 about “Tainan’s prosecutors and police investigated bribe on election at Madou and the organizer of a union was in detention forbidden?”

 

Twelfth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Politics page of Newsletter of Apple Daily on Nov. 21, 2019 about “News of offering bribe at election at Madou, Tainan and the organizer of a union in detention forbidden?”

 

Thirteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Taiwan Times on Dec. 26, 2019 about “Floating corpse at estuary concerning the husband suicided after killing his wife?”

 

Fourteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 11, 2019 about “Tai Yu Hui filed a complaint angrily after false accusation at bribe at election?”

 

Fifteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 28, 2019 about “Disguised at bribe at election by fake union trip and paid high wage to distribute leaflets?”

 

Sixteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 28, 2019 about “Shot at police but released without bail in an uproar?”

 

Seventeenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 29, 2019 about “Admittance to bail after re-investigation for the stirring of releasing without bail of the male shot?”

 

Eighteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A5 of China Daily News on Jan. 1, 2020 about “Provided trip to China for bribe at election by Taiwan People Communist Party and 45 persons were released without bail?”

 

Nineteenth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A12 of China Times on Jan. 1, 2020 about “Suspected bribe at election to travel to China and 45 persons was released without bail?”

 

Twentieth piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A12 of Liberty Times on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Subordinate angry at without dividends after winning gamble shot at gangster boss?”

 

Twenty-first piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from China Daily News on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Early morning gunshot at Gudu ballroom and the suspect presented?”

 

Twenty-second piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page 11 of Taiwan Times on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Shot a man in ballroom and arrested the man?”

 

Twenty-third piece of new report: did the reporting violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Jan. 5, 2020 about “Burned the campaign banner of DPP and the suspect was arrested?”

 

  1. Review press release (omitted)

 

  1. Conclusion from Chairman
  2. First piece of news report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 21, 2019 about “Listed 31 persons as defendants for the imposter of Li Wu Long’s campaign headquarter members practicing bribery at an election.”

 

  1. Second piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 22, 2019 about “Gave benefit to imposter of election candidate and the male man was in custody.”

 

Third piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 26, 2019 about “Filed a complaint from the election candidate impersonated Li Wu Long.”

 

Fourth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Nov. 28, 2019 about “Four chiefs of village reported to the authority impersonatedly in suspect and the prosecutor investigated.”

 

Fifth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A14 of Liberty Times on Nov. 10, 2019 about “Weird! Sudden death of a pervert with oval trauma on belly in detention center.”

 

Sixth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A16 of Liberty Times on Nov. 22, 2019 about “Recruited member with excellent benefits and one person in custody suspected to bribe.”

 

Seventh piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A13 of Liberty Times on Nov. 26, 2019 about “Legislator candidate Li Wu Long impersonated allegedly filing a complaint on Li being in custody.”

 

Eighth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Society page of Newsletter of Liberty Times on Nov. 20, 2019 about “Casted the first stone on investigating bribe at election in Tainan and the prosecutors and police summoned more than 20 persons at Madou.”

 

Ninth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Newsletter of United News Network on Nov. 20, 2019 about “Tainan’s prosecutors and police investigated bribe at election at Madou and interrogated 31 persons arrested all night.”

 

Tenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Politics page of Newsletter of Liberty Times on Nov. 21, 2019 about “News of bribe at election at Madou in Tainan, an organizer of a society in detention forbidden, and one person admitted on bail at NTD 50,000.”

 

Eleventh piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Society page of Newsletter of United News Network on Nov. 21, 2019 about “Tainan’s prosecutors and police investigated bribe on election at Madou and the organizer of a union was in detention forbidden.”

 

Twelfth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Politics page of Newsletter of Apple Daily on Nov. 21, 2019 about “News of offering bribe at election at Madou, Tainan and the organizer of a union in detention forbidden.”

 

Thirteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from Taiwan Times on Dec. 26, 2019 about “Floating corpse at estuary concerning the husband suicided after killing his wife.”

 

Fourteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 11, 2019 about “Tai Yu Hui filed a complaint angrily after false accusation at bribe at election.”

 

Fifteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 28, 2019 about “Disguised at bribe at election by fake union trip and paid high wage to distribute leaflets.”

 

Sixteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 28, 2019 about “Shot at police but released without bail in an uproar.”

 

Seventeenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Dec. 29, 2019 about “Admittance to bail after re-investigation for the stirring of releasing without bail of the male shot.”

 

Eighteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A5 of China Daily News on Jan. 1, 2020 about “Provided trip to China for bribe at election by Taiwan People Communist Party and 45 persons were released without bail.”

 

Nineteenth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A12 of China Times on Jan. 1, 2020 about “Suspected bribe at election to travel to China and 45 persons was released without bail.”

 

Twentieth piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page A12 of Liberty Times on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Subordinate angry at without dividends after winning gamble shot at gangster boss.”

 

Twenty-first piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from China Daily News on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Early morning gunshot at Gudu ballroom and the suspect presented.”

 

Twenty-second piece of new report did not violate the stipulation of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for the newspaper clipping from page 11 of Taiwan Times on Jan. 3, 2020 about “Shot a man in ballroom and arrested the man.”

 

Twenty-third piece of new report might violate the stipulation of Subparagraph 1, Paragraph 1, Article 9 of Regulation of Non-disclosure of Investigation for describing detailed defendant’s statements and pointing out his committing crime for the newspaper clipping from page C6 of China Daily News on Jan. 5, 2020 about “Burned the campaign banner of DPP and the suspect was arrested.” Should send a letter to urge Sixth Precinct, Tainan City Police Department to pay more attention, and send a carbon copy to National Police Agency, Ministry of the Interior.

 

  1. Declare the meeting over at quarter past ten o’clock in the morning.

Recorder: Su Chun Yan

Chairman: Lin Zhong-bin

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