An alibi on 2004 July 15 from Caesar Park Hotel Kenting per Citibank request for customer

Kenting Cesar Park Hotel


An alibi on 2004 July 15 from Caesar Park Hotel Kenting per Citibank request for customer

The night on 2004 July 13, I was driving my Toyota 1.6 Altis(which was purchased from Toyota Tao-Miao Company Ltd., seemed to be Breeze Center 2001 Spring Toyota sample car, of Japan model Prius 1.5, and I had sued a fraud case against Toyota company last July in 2012), and before 9:00 P.M. checked in the California Hotel, which was located at the Youth Road, Kaohsiung City.

The next day on 2004 July 14, I was driving my purchased Toyota Altis 1.6 from the California Hotel at Youth Road, Kaohsiung City, down the way to the most southern part of Taiwan at Kenting and checked in the Caesar Park Hotel, Kenting. There were rumors that a stolen car police report to do with my car, murder cases, military exercises in Kaohsiung City, and I had met a killer with Toyota driver seat window remote opening to the killer the night before, that area seemed to be under police surveillance. Because I was Citibank Citi-Gold credit card customer, the Citibank had requested the Caesar Park Hotel reception to make a residence testifying to the police for the Toyota owner who had checked in their Caesar Park Hotel, with their Citibank Citi-Gold credit card statement would be served as a legal proof for the CitiGold customer to avoid legal dispute in the future, before I left the Caesar Park Hotel Kenting in the afternoon on July 15.

In the early morning at 3:00 A.M. 2004 July 16 I was driving my Toyota Altis 1.6 back to Taipei from the road outside the Tzu Chi University at HuaLien. I was staying there for hours from 9:00 P.M. July 15 to 3:00 A.M. July 16. I read two newspapers of July 16 and July 15 in the afternoon on July 16, when I had driven back to Taipei, parked my car at the rent parking lot and had grabbed a sleep until P.M. 2:00. July 16, there was a newspaper report of July 15 news on the Liberty Times, which was two nights before, with a closeup, half of the front page picture of a Toyota Prius with windshield glass shattered with a bullet hole and with news report of driver killed by rifle. The China Times same Prius 1.5 rifle killing was reported two days later on 2004 July 18, which was felt a little weird. It was notified that the rifle killing event upon a Toyota Prius 1.5 driver was only blocks away from the California Hotel, Kaohsiung City, at the same night I had checked in that hotel. The Liberty Times front page news closeup picture of Prius 1.5, was notified to be of that same Toyota Prius 1.5 model as the Breeze Center 2001 received three sample model cars from the Toyota Japan company, which Taiwan authority imported for a testifying purpose upon the three Breeze Center Toyota sample cars which had tax legal quarrels previously. The shot dead victim of newspaper closeup picture in the Prius 1.5 car was said to drive the car to the spot, chasing for a coordinated pursuit mission after my Toyota Altis 1.6, which was alleged by police reports to be a stolen car owned by Mitac Mr Miao Hua-bin and modified from the 2001 Breeze Center Japan sample car, before the victim Prius 1.5 driver was shot dead, on purpose, surely. As I was informed, the shot dead murder event was happened on the same day 2004 July 14 just passed midnight, and I had checked in the California Hotel before 9:00 P.M. on July 13. The killer at 8:20 P.M. July 13 looked at me from outside the remote opened driver seat window, went to the Kaohsiung City police station to report a cut harm by the Toyota car owner on his hand, which the killer was holding a Rambo Knife invading “his family owned” California Hotel, as the killer claimed to the police. The Kaohsiung City Police Station dismissed the killer to say that it was definitely cut by himself by his own Rambo knife. The killer was said to leave the police station around the timing when the Toyota Prius driver shot dead case was happening.

David CK Chang,
SSN057-86-4042, F121485303
March 28, 2013,
National Central Library,
Taipei City

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