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    Posted November 6, 2012 by
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    Subject: Against the Aurocratic Justice in Taiwan Location: Keelung City Government Date: 5th Nov., 2012 AM

     
    Subject: Against the Aurocratic Justice in Taiwan
    Location: Keelung City Government
    Date: 5th Nov., 2012 AM

    5th Nov., 2012 was the 3rd day of the ascetic walking of "Taiwanese Justice Rescue Force
    Free President A Bian". Supporters gathered in front of the Keelung City Government and protested for the unfair justice in Taiwan.
    The mayor Chang Tong-Rong of Keelung is lobbying illegally and caused the police officers were conducted a suit due to the unfair justice.
    The supporters shouted "Free A Bian" and also "unfair justice to the police officers."
    The founder of Alliance of Referendum for Taiwan Mr. Tsay Ting-kuei mentioned that the autocratic justice is very critical in Taiwan; notwithstanding, the most serious one is the case on the former President Chen Shui-Bian.
    If Taiwanese could rescue Mr. Chen Shui-Bian, we could lead our own justice and country.
    The eldest support was the grandmother who is already 76 years old. She announced that she wanted to save the former president no matter how difficult that would be and she would join the whole activity.

    The supporters would keep moving to the next city and spread the idea to the whole Taiwan.

    References:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151170243143510 (FTV)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLMTrmyrcGE&feature=g-all-u

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