And of course, the Horse and the KMT are squeaky clean.He ought be, he's another corrupt politician just not as blatently obvious to everyone as abian is.
And without charge. Jailing someone without bail is acceptable in certain circumstances if charges have been filed. However, bail is a right in most cases. US laws and custom require bail except in extraordinary circumstances even after charges/indictments have been filed. Here, we are talking about someone being held for FIVE WEEKS without charges/indictments.What rights were violated? He would be an interference with the investigation and likly to tamper with evidence, as such, proceedurly - which multiple nations have the same form of laws, he was jailed without bail.
I DID call for a fair trial. I also did NOT call for his detention - either before or after indictments were issued. I am consistent. You are not.Whatever, you're only bitching and whining about this because it was a DPP, I saw you cheering and joyous when Ma was indicted and tried nothing about "fair trial" or any other such bull****.
What evidence was he tampering with? Are are you going to argue that defendants do not have a right to arrange their own defense.His communicado was the tampering with evidence part.
The polls are largely a function of the disinformation that the blue media and idiots like Chiu Yi, among others, have spewed for the past four years. If he is found guilty by a competant court in a fair trial, he should be thrown in jail. However, until then, he has the right to a fair trial, to his civil rights being protected, and the legal presumption of innocence.Sorry but I don't care much for the rights of corrupt politicians, regardless of their affiliations, they can all be shat on and die from it for all I care - want to see a poll around Taiwan as to how many people think that abian is a corrupt sack of ****? I'll give you a hint, it's far above 60%
No, I don't. Then again, you support the most corrupt political party in the history of Taiwan with as many as (perhaps even more) than SEVEN legislators still currently illegally holding their seats in the Legislative Yuan under the protection of the KMT majority.No, it's towards any corrupt politician - you support corruption?
Unless they are Blue.I reserve nothing but disgust towards corrupt political heads. Keep drinking green koolaid kiddo.
After five weeks in prison without charge.I'm sorry but wasn't Chen just released from jail because also of the laws?
I understand clearly. What don't YOU understand about those laws NOT meeting general expectations of the protection of human and civil rights in a 21st century democracy.What don't you understand? It's the fracking law; abian should've thought about law before he broke it - his whole family ought to have thought about law before they broke it.
ALLEGEDLY broke a law. Has he been convicted yet? How about the numerous KMT Legislators who have neen convicted! Including at least one who was convicted of a VIOLENT CRIME who put people's PHYSICAL SAFETY at risk.You break the law and you're bitching about having right to freedom being denied? Cry me a river, next you're going to tell me that all prisoners ought be freed.
The prosecutors work for the Executive Yuan. They called for his detention without charge. Then the prosecutors worked for PResident Chen, did they make similar calls for Ma to be detained without charge?Why so vague? are you claiming that it was Ma who called for his detention? Is that your claim?
Perhaps he is. However, he still has the same rights to a fair trial as anyone else?Please, get your head out of your arse and open your eyes and for once think for yourself rather than just drinking from Tsai's koolaid - abian is a sack of **** corrupt politician.
No single party had a majority. The Pan-Blue COALITION had a majority. Your claims that the DPP had a majority is a lie.Which single party had the majority? Go on, tell us exact numbers lu, how many did the KMT have and how many did the DPP have.
DPP had 87 seats, the Taiwan Solidarity Union had 13 seats for a total of 100 seats.
KMT had 68 seats, the PFP had 46 seats, the New Party had 1 for a total of 115 seats.
10 seats went to neutral parties/independents.
The last I checked, 115 out of 225 seats constitutes a majority, one held by the KMT and their PFP allies. Care to lie about this or more the bar again?
The protestors were FORCIBLY removed by police at 5 AM in the morning. The students were taken to NTU while the Tibetan protestors were taken and dropped off in the hills of Neihu (roughly Taipei's equivalent to the middle of nowhere.) You are the partisan hack job with no notion of basic human and political rights.Removed? How were they removed? Have people's right to congregate and protest been suspended? You are such a partisan hack job that completely mis-represents the truth.
They were removed because they were preaching a message that the city government of Taipei could no longer tolerate. They were peaceful, UNLIKE YOUR BLUE THUGS FOUR YEARS AGO! I love someone who supports a political party whose thugs formented the most violent demostrations in the history of democratic Taiwan, yet supports the forces removal of students peacefully protesting at Liberty Square.Why were they removed lu, tell us all on what grounds did the police remove these protestors?