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Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 October 2018 09:25 )  

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Former minister of transportation and communications Kuo Yao-chi waves to her supporters outside the Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office yesterday as she leaves for the Taoyuan Women’s Prison to begin an eight-year sentence for corruption.
Photo: Lin Chun-hung, Taipei Times

Insisting that she was unjustly declared guilty of corruption and vowing to fight to clear her name, former minister of transportation and communications Kuo Yao-chi (郭瑤琪) bade a tearful farewell to her supporters yesterday morning as she headed off to Taoyuan Women’s Prison.

Chanting “Stop the political persecution” and “The minister is innocent,” a crowd of former colleagues and supporters greeted Kuo as she stepped out of her car to report to the Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office before being sent to prison.