6 inmates in Kaohsiung prison, Taiwan

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 6 inmates in Kaohsiung prison, Taiwan


According to the investigation of the police, Chens host was put into prison because of the domestic violence case. He was in conflict with the host about 10 days ago. Chens host suddenly vomited and was unconscious. Kaohsiung prison sent someone to send him to the hospital for emergency treatment.

After the reinspection, the prosecutor and the forensic suspect that the host surnamed Chen was improperly disciplined and died of non pure disease. The whole case was investigated and dealt with separately. On October 31, the prosecutor directed the police to search Kaohsiung prison and seize the relevant evidence, and summoned the administrators surnamed Li and Liu of the discipline and nursing department as well as four miscellaneous workers.

It is understood that six people still have different confessions and shirking, etc. after the hearing, the prosecution considered that the death related injury was a major suspect, and applied to the court for custody. On the morning of November 1, Kaohsiung District Court held a custody court for trial. The judge found that six defendants were considered to be serious, their confessions were ignored, and there were upper and lower management and control relations between them. The facts were enough to identify the possibility of collusion and annihilation of evidence. They were all detained and forbidden to see, read newspapers and watch TV. As for the detailed cause of death of Chen, Kaohsiung Local procuratorate said that it would be explained after the official forensic examination report was published. Kaohsiung prison said it would fully cooperate with the prosecution in the investigation of the case because it was inconvenient to explain that the case had entered the judicial process. Source: editor in charge of China News Network: Li Chao, nb12814

It is understood that six people still have different confessions and shirking, etc. after the hearing, the prosecution considered that the death related injury was a major suspect, and applied to the court for custody.

On the morning of November 1, Kaohsiung District Court held a custody court for trial. The judge found that six defendants were considered to be serious, their confessions were ignored, and there were upper and lower management and control relations between them. The facts were enough to identify the possibility of collusion and annihilation of evidence. They were all detained and forbidden to see, read newspapers and watch TV.

As for the detailed cause of death of Chen, Kaohsiung Local procuratorate said that it would be explained after the official forensic examination report was published.

Kaohsiung prison said it would fully cooperate with the prosecution in the investigation of the case because it was inconvenient to explain that the case had entered the judicial process.