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Int'l & local Institutions

critiques on Taiwan judicial systems

 
USA Country Reports on Human Rights practices,   4-20-2018:   the justice ministry was insufficiently independent and conducted politically motivated investigations of politicians.  
The United Daily,  10-23-2018:   The independence of prosecutors has still been questioned ...     
Apple Daily, opinion, 3-14-2018 : Survey <2017台灣社會信任調查> shows that Taiwan judicial official's / law enforcement officer's public trust is the second last.     
FTV, 7-26-2018 (Formosa TV, 政經看民視): Public trust in judges is less than 16%, according to a survey in last year.        
United Daily News, 2-13-2018  Taiwan's Minister of Judiciary and secretary of Justice Ministry issued progress report of judicial reform Public trust in judges is always low, the protection mechanism of lawsuit right is still not good enough (  
     
Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen (Apple Daily, Liberty Times etc ,11-30-2016; China Post, Dec. 5, 2016,  United Daily 2-27-2018) Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen pronounced a death penalty on Taiwan's justice, stated by Judges Association for President Tsai declared at Judicial Reform meeting (11-25-2016) that  no such injustice "The rich get off scot-free, the poor get the death sentence" (有錢判生,無錢判死) should be repeated, and blasted (5-20-2016) Taiwan justice earning no Taiwanese people trust.  
Taipei mayor Ko (United Daily 2-27-2018) Taiwan's jail and prison are good only for those have no connections at all. ("監獄是關沒有辦法的人")  
National Chung Cheng university's survey  (head-page of the Liberty Times, 2-23-2016)  Nearly 80% Taiwanese don't believe the impartiality of Taiwan's prosecutors, and public trust on Taiwan judiciary system keeps falling down in the past 8 years.  
USA Country Reports on Human Rights practices, 3-3-2017 (US state dept.) The justice ministry was insufficiently independent and conducted politically motivated investigations of politicians.  
 USA Country Reports on Human Rights practices, 6-26-2015, 2-27-2014 (US state dept.) Taiwan's judicial system suffered from some corruption.  Although authorities made efforts to eliminate corruption and diminish political influence in the judiciary, some residual problems remained...  the impartiality of judges and prosecutors involved in high-profile and politically sensitive cases had been questioned.  
The United Daily,  06-18-2016,   Head page news Taiwan's prosecutors usually follow their boss's  (commanding officer) order to access and rule legal cases ... " He is bigger than I am, what can I say??" (檢察)  
The deputy dean of Law School, National Cheng-Chi University,The United Daily, 5-2015)  the standard of judgments on the same matters varies from person to person all the time is the reason why Taiwanese people do not believe Taiwan's judiciary.    
 The United Daily,  08-24-2016 ,  Editorial Taiwan's Judiciary and Legislative institutions never have a sense of shame on releasing major crimes of international fraud , and never have intention to stop this criminal actions by punishments...  
USA Country Reports on Human Rights practices, April  13, 2016 (US state dept.) the impartiality of judges and prosecutors involved in high-profile and politically sensitive cases have been publicly questioning  
The United Daily,  7-6-2016   Law professor Huang National Chung-Hsin University, Law School (中興大學)  
The Liberty Times, 2-28-2017 http://wenichin.blogspot.tw/ The most serious and terriblest judicial problem is its deep structure  judicial organs became state party's slave servant, it's incurable ... If we can't expel all judges and prosecutors, jury system is a better solution at the moment.  

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Pic.:  Nearly 80% Taiwanese don't believe

 the judicial system

 

Pic.: Taiwanese prosecutors violate independence

 of the judiciary(ref to UDN, 6-18-2016, etc)

Why almost the whole country does not believe judicial system?   

  see Taiwanese prosecutors by some questionable cases (exact meanings in Chinese) .

 

1.

 Prosecutor/judge WEN TZU-TE

 

Doctor of Law, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign College of Law,

Prosecutor - Investigate, indict, and litigate mainly cases of corruption, human

trafficking, sexual offenses, bribery, fraud, and domestic violence; Adjunct Lecturer - Specific Provisions of Code of Criminal Law

 

Brief, Wen's non-prosecutorial disposition concluded:

 

(1) The household caregiver pulled up a  disabled elderly (aged 92, sleepy, and dizzy by  6 medication each with warning-remark: falling prevention ) from bed in sleeping time, a very early morning, then led the old lady's  stick a step ahead, before that stick touched the floor,  the caregiver immediately turn back and run away, then the dizzy old lady fell down, Prosecutor Wen Tzu-Te thinks the Caregiver didn't want of reasonable care, it's neither a negligent conduct nor intentional harm/ willful act.   (The  disabled elderly should be responsible for her falling down).

(2) Prosecutor Investigator in a Inquiry Session summon-questioned the caregiver why she disappeared a fine-quality porcelain-chinaware,  the caregiver answered "he hurt ...",  This guilty-pleading/acknowledgement proved what the caregiver did (larceny /theft, damage and even made old lady falling ) were designed to revenge a "hurt" (it's impossible to get any hurt  without evidence because lots of video camera in the house).  But  prosecutor Wen concluded it's unsubstantiated that the suspect did those by intention, and those are not criminal wrongdoings.   (details of this case pls see the web-page below)

 

tThe suspected caregiver intentionally harm an old lady aged 92  !

(1) the care-giver pulled up a dizzy, disabled elderly from bed (2) care-giver led old lady's stick forward (3) the stick was farther and farther (4) before the stick touched down floor, caregiver already turned (5) caregiver turned back and left very soon without reasonable statement (6)  old lady aged 92 fell down backward and suffered injuries.
The caregiver's sister broke another old lady's arm by similar way, therefore, the caregiver is suspicious of intentional harm act or even murder.  However, the prosecutor thinks the caregiver has no responsibility at all.  
 

 

 pic: Taiwanese judge thinks dizzy, sleepy,  disabled elderly (aged about 90) definitely can stand independently during sleeping time
   ps: hospital: medicines may cause dizzy 

pic: prosecutor Wen's non-prosecutorial disposition

 

 

2.

 Prosecutor Yang Wan-Yeu

A suspected home intruder/invader  kept insulting by strident voice & violent words like "You're incompetent", and stayed 30-50 minutes after having received formal expel-notice to leave, eventually police with guns came .... Taiwan's prosecutors of Taipei District Court concluded the 'home invader' was not intend to stay the residence  because the 'invader' left the house after armed police's "communication & persuasion", eventually the prosecutor decided not to indict the home-invader.    The high court concluded the humiliation phrase "You're incompetent" is a subjective view and is not against the law.    (details of this case pls click home invasion, self defense, deliberate humiliation case )

 

3.

 Detective Chen You-Ren 陳宥任

 

  A fake criminal case referral paper !!  

 

  Criminal case referral paper (刑案移送書) The statement by the accused (筆錄)
 
The
statement by the suspect:

The suspect...stated: ... so he Push the victim down to floor by a chair

 

 

Q:  Did you hold out against the victim's chest by a chair , and attacked by your fist...

 

A: ...I held victim's (un-welcome home-invader) arm by my hand and ask the victim leave my home ...

  SO....

Songshan Precinet, Taipei City Police Department faked the accused's statement   ―   "by hand" was changed to "by chair",  "hold the arm" became "down to floor")

(details of this case pls click home invasion, self-defense case )

 

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a larceny /theft/damage & impairment case ruled by Prosecutor WEN TZU-TE

 

  comment Taiwan legal system

 Argument  1. 

 

 

   

   ● Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE:
 
    The non-Prosecutor disposition states The suspect (household caregiver) pulled up the victim from bed till she stood stable in position with a stick, then the suspect turned back seemly to turn on the light or open the toilet door, at this moment, the victim released the stick and fell backward, the suspect turned back again and tried to hold the victim ...  Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE think it's difficult to know the suspect lacks reasonable care, it's neither a negligent conduct nor intentional harm/ willful act .  

   ● The victim/accuser :  It is a  criminal act!

       (1) The  victim is disabled elderly, aged 92, and is in a status of sleepy and dizzy for having taken  6 medication each with hospital's warning-remark: falling prevention .   The evidence DVD shows very clearly the old lady is dizzy and the whole body was very disabled.  

       (2)  The suspect led (by her hand) the old lady to move her stick one step ahead, at the very same moment  the suspect turned back,  before the  stick touched down the floor, dizzy old lady was already unstable and loosened her hand on the stick and fell down backward.    Even in daytime, the old lady is unstable, let alone It's sleeping time in very early morning.

       (3)  The suspect admitted supporting the old lady to move is her main job, she have been doing this correctly every day and night for about 6 months, in total about 1500~1800 times .  It's impossible the suspect, a young girl's brain memory did not serve only this time,  she should do it in safe way as usual -   first of all turn on the restroom light or open the toilet door when the old lady sit or lie on bed.   So, obviously it is an intentional harm/ willful act.  

       (4)  For years the old lady took lots of medicines, 6 of those cause dizziness, must prevent from falling.  The suspect certainly knew the old lady was unstable according to her day after day experience.  DVD shows the old lady is general fatigue very clearly.   So, it is an intentional crime.

         (5) The suspect's sister/bestie, a household care-giver had broken a 88 yrs-old old lady's arm by the same way - pulled her up and turn back, let her fall down behind.   Is it possible the suspect make terrible mistake again by accident?? 

 

        (6)  The suspect's blood sister made a phone call to apology the suspect "hit" the old lady.  It is easy for the Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE  to find out the truth   just investigate the phone.

        (7)  the Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE should read some previous judgments, such as (Chinese version)

  臺南地方法院刑事判決103年度訴緝字第49號,「疏未注意,而讓林徐達自編號H2床上跌落地上」;臺灣高雄地方法院刑事判決九十一年度訴字第三二七二號 ,竟容任失智之老人獨自乘坐輪椅」;臺灣士林地方法院刑事判決99年度訴字第196號,「竟疏於注意照料,未予適時翻身,及避免李松岩跌倒及翻身之力道與臥床之姿勢、動作...」 ;以上受害人均被置於相對穩定安全之床、椅,被告尚且有罪,本案被告任由老人於睡夢間精神恍惚中獨自站立,失職更為嚴重
  聯合報(1-21-2016)大標題「印尼看護扶翁雙雙跌倒 遭告到返國」

 

        Therefore, what the suspect did is intentional harm/ willful act to impair a old lady, at least it is negligent conduct or fault liability impairment.

      

 

 

 

comment Taiwan Prosecutor/judges

Argument  2. 

 

 

 

  ● Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE:
 
    The non-prosecutorial disposition states the  accused acknowledged she did throw away the  porcelain-chinaware, and expressed she can only understand simple Chinese language, it's because the victim 's son kept asking her 3 times to throw it away, so she followed his direct.

      Therefore the Prosecutor/judge Wen TZU-TE ruled that the possibility of misunderstanding can't be ruled out.

  The victim :  It is a  criminal act of larceny /theft / damage

       (1) In the Inquiry Session dated 2-2-2016,  prosecutor-investigator questioned the caregiver (suspect) why she threw away a fine-quality porcelain-chinaware,  the caregiver answered "he hurt ...".   So,  the suspect already acknowledged mistake and proved what she did (larceny /theft, damage and even made old lady falling ) were designed to revenge a "hurt" which is her persecution mania or a trick -  because the house she work installed many video-camera, hence, any hurt will be taped as evidence.

       (2)  misunderstanding is not possible at all

           <1> reason 1: all related words such as "you", "throw it away", "do not" etc, are included in the suspect's <working manual - commonly used Chinese > , only 2 pages, 100+ words in total,  the suspect learned that 100 words for more than 4 months already,  and heard the direct "throw away"(garbage) day after day for several months , furthermore, all Indonesian must take intensive class about 3 months, if failed the test they are not allowed to come Taiwan.

   
            

             <2> reason 2:   The Prosecutor/judge summoned a witness who stated the suspect knows about 1/10 Chinese language.  According to a study (The most common Chinese characters in order of  frequency ) by Harvard Univ., all related words in this legal case locate within top range (of course within 1/10).   Eventually, the Prosecutor/judge changed his mind and does not buy the witness testimony.

             <3> reason 3:    the victim and victim 's son already stated by documents and statement in the Inquiry Session more than 2 times that porcelain is a legacy from her brother and a memento of remembrance, it's impossible to order the suspect to throw it away, so, misunderstanding won't happen to reacting "no order".    

             <4> reason 4:  The suspect agreed it's a fine-quality porcelain-chinaware, so, it's unreasonable and impossible for victim 's son ordered her to throw it away.   It violates the rule of thumb (erfahrungsmasig).

 

       (3) The suspect did all shopping by herself for more than 4 months, this proves she has enough Chinese comprehension ability. 

       (4) The non-prosecutorial disposition wrote the  accused expressed  the