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    Posted March 25, 2014 by
    EJHuang
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    Protesters occupy Taiwan legislature

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    The scene that has been ignored

     
    This is the video that I was talking about. I don't know why this scene cause no attention and why people accuse the riot police assault for no reasons. Their were more than a hundred injured of both the police and the protesters. In this kind of situation, how could anyone ask the police to be peaceful?
    By the way, the police placarded and called for eviction from the Executive Yuan (about the same as the US State Department) and the surrounding for four hours, and no action has been done until then.
    The Assembly and Parade Law clearly states that no assembly or parade, without permission, is allowed at or surrounding the Office of the President, the Executive Yuan, the Judicial Yuan, the Examination Yuan, the courts and the president and vice president's residence.
    Taiwan, or Republic of China, is a Democratic Country ruled by law, these students(some actually aren't) are Flagrante delicto, who the police could actually arrested at once.

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