Ma Ying-Jeou rehears three middle cases: exercise of silence for 4 hours without answering questions

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 Ma Ying-Jeou rehears three middle cases: exercise of silence for 4 hours without answering questions


The Taipei ground inspection bureau was investigating the three central cases, and the 27 day afternoon, the leader of the Taiwan region, Ma Ying-Jeou, appeared in court to clarify the case, the hearing of the court was nearly 4 hours, and Ma Ying-Jeou once again exercised the right to silence. The Taipei Bureau of land investigation investigated the three middle cases, and yesterday summoned third degrees to the horse. It mainly focused on whether the CCTV transaction was involved in the investigation of the Securities Exchange breach of trust. The prosecutor was prepared to include 22 evidences and 51 questions for Ma Ying-Jeou, but Ma Ying-Jeou did not answer any questions on Jian Moquans question. Ma Ying-Jeou told the media after the hearing yesterday, when the Taipei geological survey did not get rid of the impartiality and objectivity of the case, I exercise the rights of the law, and I still remain silent to the prosecutor today. The last time Ma Ying-Jeou exercised his right to silence, the Taipei customs office criticized it as bad demonstration, but yesterday it changed its reputation as respect. A press release issued by the Taipei Taipei ground inspection bureau said that the prosecutor made an investigation and clarification of the facts and provided evidence for Ma Ying-Jeou to explain the opportunity to justitivt the suspect. Ma Ying-Jeou is all kept silent, full and full of the records of the Department, and fully respecting Ma Ying-Jeous decision to attack and defense and the right to suit the lawsuit. In the past, the Kuomintang was prosecuting the middle shadow, China and the Guangzhou and China Vision. In 2014, the special investigation group of the procuratorial department of the Supreme Court of the Taiwan area declared the whole case in the investigation. The Zhong Ying report published in August by the unjust party production handling committee of Taiwan authorities indicated that Zhong Ying sold its shares at NT $65 per share in 2006, but the value of the Chinese shadow land value was seriously undervalued at that time. The Taipei Investigation Bureau reopened the investigation of the three middle cases. Ma Ying-Jeou was summoned to the court in November 29th last year. After 14.5 hours of investigation, he returned Ma Ying-Jeou. The Taipei prosecutors office issued Ma Ying-Jeou second degrees on Wednesday. But Ma Ying-Jeou believed that the doubts about the legality of the investigation procedure had not been clarified, so he exercised the right of silence. Source: China News Network Editor: Xu Meng _NN7485