Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

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Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby fanglangzhe » 03 Jul 2012, 13:33

This is huge news, I'm surprised nobody in this forum has brought it up yet.
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby Belgian Pie » 03 Jul 2012, 14:36

It's just another case of greed ... greed kills the cat ... the rat? anyways ...

BTW, is he getting a bigger cell than CSB? ... with a table and a chair?
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby printlessfoot » 03 Jul 2012, 15:06

fanglangzhe wrote:This is huge news, I'm surprised nobody in this forum has brought it up yet.


I was waiting for the one you know who that is behind him to be revealed his involvement. Since you have already mentioned it I am happy to terminate my silence.
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby printlessfoot » 03 Jul 2012, 15:14

Belgian Pie wrote:It's just another case of greed ... greed kills the cat ... the rat? anyways ...

BTW, is he getting a bigger cell than CSB? ... with a table and a chair?

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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby sandman » 03 Jul 2012, 15:56

fanglangzhe wrote:This is huge news, I'm surprised nobody in this forum has brought it up yet.

What ARE you wittering on about? It is just another Taiwanese politico getting caught. No news at all, except for here on this tiny little pissant non-country. Taiwanese politicians are corrupt. End. Of. Story.
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby *monkey* » 03 Jul 2012, 21:04

sandman wrote:
fanglangzhe wrote:This is huge news, I'm surprised nobody in this forum has brought it up yet.

What ARE you wittering on about? It is just another Taiwanese politico getting caught. No news at all, except for here on this tiny little pissant non-country. Taiwanese politicians are corrupt. End. Of. Story.


Sandman is totally right. Lin got caught doing what all 3rd world government officials do. And the guy on the back of the scooter is nicknamed "bu zhan guo" (non-stick pot) for a good reason - he's the Chinese version of Teflon Tony.
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby Homey » 03 Jul 2012, 21:35

Politicians all over the world are corrupt. This is true even in "developed" countries. Anyone catch the Jamie Dimon hearings? It was so obvious that all these senators are owned by JPM/Dimon and are extremely afraid of making him angry. This is why the insane ruling that made corporations into "people" has made things so much worse in the states. Now bribery and corruption is so much easier and in a sense perfectly legal. The corporations own the politicians, here, there, almost everywhere.

It was not surprising to see Lin Yi Shi's accuser arrested last Friday. I guess they released him on Sunday, but I personally think his life expectancy would be longer if he was still in custody.
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Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby headhonchoII » 03 Jul 2012, 21:36

For what it's worth I doubt Ma is corrupt, his wife would probably kick him back in line for one thing.

Still I'm interested to see if the other legislators who were splitting the bribe money will be indicted too.

It's interesting, revenge is a powerful motivator, the contractor has obviously had enough dealing with this greedy pig.
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby AeonTW » 04 Jul 2012, 10:30

headhoncho; you must be really naive to believe Ma is really clean. Mass media in Taiwan does wonders with this kind of propaganda. No politician is clean no matter how much they claim to be. There was a land deal with Lee Teng Hui where a few hundred million dollars went missing, another land deal involving Ma Ying Jeou a few billion NTD disappeared into thin air. Really?
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Re: Lin Yi Shi (林益世) bribery case

Postby Super Hans » 04 Jul 2012, 11:23

It's not surprising that politiicians are corrupt. Neither is it surprising how there are and will be differences in the way corrupt KMT officials and DPP officials are treated at present, as there seems to be a lot of hypocrisy going on.
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