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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:
…I was recruited to the Military Police Academy on July 15, 1993 , when a message identified as Madam Chiang’s ROC Women’s Association, asked me to deal with the medical drug and energy abuse gang. I arrived at the Sangchung Military Police Station on November 9, 1993, the lieutenant chief Mr Kao Li-chi was against my rank and platoon leader post and it seemed to be under the fraternity instruction. In the end of November 1993, I was assigned a training duty to go to the National Defense Medical Service Academy at Taipei City for training, with the other twelve classmates of the 43rd class of military police reserve officer. A female instructor in the academy of lieutenant colonel rank told us that the higher officer want us to join additional two memberships of the Red Cross and the 911 Ambulance and Rescue Association as an insurance. A message communicated there in the academy was said that the USA Women’s Association requesting us to support the legal action against the medical drug and energy abuse gang. When I was back to Sangchung Military Police Station in January 1994, I was the medical officer with another medical orderly private in the Sanchung military police station.
The one who reviewed my qualification for the second lieutenant rank of military police officer could be Mr Ma Ying-Jeou, the Harvard University alumnus and KMT Party(Koumintang) Youth Group leader. Mr Ma Ying-jeou was quarreling with Legislator Mr Chen Shui-bian that Mr David Chang, me, the second lieutenant officer, coming to the Military Police Academy with the Taipei City and Hsinchu City human resource second division records, with high school and university student documents of problems. The reason Mr Ma Ying-jeou against the approval of Mr David Chang’s military police officer rank, that is, my second lieutenant military police officer rank was that this Mr David Chang, that is me, bearing with some disqualified ethical standard inherited. This military police officer post confirmation was not put onto the table until 1995 Chinese New Year, after the USA Sergeant Ms Eva Ivory died in 1994 August, and when me, Mr David Chang, was going to be dismissed from the obligated national service in 1995 May. Lieutenant Chief Mr Kao Li-chi asked me, David Chang, to return from the battlion supporting task and back to the Sangchung Military Police Station lieutenant platoon leader job. He said that the lieutenant rank platoon leader post in Sangchung Military Police Station had been confirmed by then Military Police Commander Mr Chao Wen-sheng. As my battlion supporting task was a post promoted to a lieutenant colonel rank previously, I did not return to the Sangchung Military Police Station to serve the lieutenant rank platoon leader post again, and I was dismissed from the troops on May 31, 1995 with the post of Panchiao MP-Station Military Police Staff Officer of lieutenant colonel rank in Linkuo military base. If it was the message from the American Women’s Association in the summer of 1993 to ask Madam Chiang’s ROC Women’s Association members and affiliated to assist the legal action against the medical drug and energy abuse gang, it was possible that the message was from the USA First Lady Mrs Hillary Clinton of Hillaryland. The first interception of such requesting message communicating was in July of 1993, the National Defense Panel of Legislator Mr Chen Shui-bian, with the Military Police Academy Student Brigade Chief Officer Major Mr Yang Kuo-ching, coming to the academy lecture platform to call my name to the pulpit for querying. That was the very begining that my life started to be deeply troubled by the Democratic Progressive Party(DPP) politicians and military members, with energy abuse and interference after I was graduated from the university.
…Best Regards, Panchiao Citizen David CK Chang, F121485303,SSN057864042, January 23, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City.
(Continued)Translated by DB, March 16, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City