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DATE： 100/01/23 @ 16:12, TO： Judicial Yuan,
TITLE: The Original Document of Risk Agreement of the Possessed Child Which Mrs Wu Shru-chen Claimed Dr Ma Ying-jeou had in 1996 Civil Rights Case. Dear Chief Justice Mr Hao-Ming Rai:
…After these events, my grandmother Mrs Wang-Chang Me(tight) on August 9, 1996 died of medical gross negligence at Taipei Veteran General Hospital, hinted by the USA First Lady Mrs Hillary Clinton at New York City to have a talk to the NYPD or FBI office and seeking asylum. Mrs Hillary Clinton informed me that she could only help me for a while, but she told me that I seemed to be too insensitive and too slow at the scene. She seemed to be turning around to leave and said that she cannot help me all the time with all this of the domestic affairs. This matter was also discussed at the classroom of CUNY Baruch Business Graduate School in the following months of August in 1996. My father Mr Cheng-chi Chang was one of those observing the hospital gross negligence procedure in my place, after Madam Chiang Soong Mei-ling in New York State said that this Second Lieutenant Mr David Chang had a psychotherapy record, so as not suitable to be observing his grandmother undergoing suffering in the hospital. No sooner my father Mr Cheng-chi Chang than suffered a prostate cancer disease in 1998 to be not having adequate capability to testify such a “Top State Secret”, sir. As far as I know, the other Taiwanese who were observing this hospital gross negligence procedure on August 9, 1996 were including the Harvard alumnus Mr Lee Ying-yuan and the 2011 incumbent Kaohsiung City mayor Ms Chen Chu. Several of the newly recruited agents who were belonging to New York City were taking an interests in a query with these two DPP(Democratic Progressive Party) members from November 1996 through February 1998 before they were called back to New York. When the Taipei City mayor Mr Chen Sui-bian elected to be the President in 2000, facing some Taiwanese voters to query this case of 1996 summer in New York City, Mrs Wu Shru-chen of Mr Chen’s spouse said that, “As to the death of Mr David Chang’s grandmother in Taipei Veteran General Hospital, the elected Taipei City mayor Dr Ma Ying-jeou also had a share of responsibility to approve a punishment upon Mr David Chang in the New York City. Why you only mentioned the responsibility of Mr Chen Shui-bian and skipped the responsibility of Dr Ma Ying-jeou?”
…Best Regards, Panchiao Citizen David CK Chang, F121485303,SSN057864042, January 23, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City.
(Continued)Translated by DB, March 13, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City