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2061 2009-05-03 Holy Mountain Movement - Ecological Education Park Administrator 906
2062 2009-04-30 Roaming in Holy Mountain Administrator 869
2063 2009-04-30 Visits Holy Mountain - 908 National Build Movement Org. Administrator 482
2064 2009-04-27 Fed up with Ma Govment! Walk out for Taiwan! (Day 6th Rally) Administrator 605
2065 2009-04-25 The Ritual Ceremony on the First of April (Lunar Calendar) Administrator 673
2066 2009-04-25 228 Memorial Wall Administrator 606
2067 2009-04-19 Anti-leaning Towards China, Saving Taiwan People Rally Administrator 594
2068 2009-04-18 Ceremony of Consecrating Taiwanese Divinities' Monument Administrator 839
2069 2009-04-12 Taiwan Crisis, People Mobilization Administrator 719
2070 2009-04-12 Holy Mountain Activity - Slope Finishing Administrator 706
2071 2009-04-11 Taiwan Deserves More International Space Administrator 572
2072 2009-04-05 Holy Mountain Cultivation Administrator 595
2073 2009-04-04 228 Taiwan Divinities Monument Administrator 633
2074 2009-04-02 The Memorial of the Taiwanese Martyred Spirit Liao Shu-Hsin Administrator 685
2075 2009-03-29 The grand opening ceremony of Dr. Sheu's Clinic Branch Office Administrator 571
2076 2009-03-29 Holy Mountain Movement Administrator 677
2077 2009-03-28 Protest Rally Against Government Official Kuo Kuan-ying's Racist Remarks Administrator 633
2078 2009-03-23 228's Monumental Day for Taiwan Nation-Building Movement Administrator 636
2079 2009-03-22 Taiwanese Viewpoint of the History of Taiwan Administrator 483
2080 2009-03-21 Appreciation of Human Rights Documentary Administrator 579
 
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Newsflash

Citing insufficient proof, the Taiwan District Court yesterday acquitted former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) and his wife, Wu Shu-jen (吳淑珍), of charges that they laundered money and took bribes from bankers in exchange for help manipulating bank mergers.

Nineteen co-defendants were also cleared of charges of money laundering, breach of trust and insider trading because of a lack of proof, Judge Chou Chan-chun (周占春) said yesterday afternoon.