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2017/03/23 09:41



Lee’s Facebook page has been flooded with comments, some supporting him and others backing the police.

Lee wrote that he felt he was unlawfully stopped while he was out shopping and had refused to provide identification.

A patrol observed a man in sandals at 3:40pm — later identified as Lee — who behaved as if he was “in a hurry” and gave them “sideways looks,” Chen said.


Additional reporting by Lin Liang-sheng

Taipei City Government spokeswoman Liu Yi-ting (劉奕霆) said the police had adequately explained the incident, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) was in agreement with the police and the city fully complies with laws and regulations.

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Hakka Affairs Council Minister Lee Yung-te (李永得) has sparked controversy by criticizing the Taipei City Police Department for stopping him at random and demanding that he show his national identity card.

Lee yesterday said that he did not mean to cause difficulties for the police, but the officers had failed to follow the Council of Grand Justices’ constitutional Interpretation No. 535, which forbids police from making arbitrary or random stops.

“I have a right as a citizen to question the police in a rational way and only wished the police would follow the law when they do their jobs, or I will not be the last one to be inconvenienced,” he said.

Lee’s wife, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chiu Yi-ying (邱議瑩), yesterday defended him玉山銀行二胎房貸.土地銀行貸款查詢

The officers’ commander, Captain Chen Feng-sheng (陳豐盛), later on Sunday confirmed that Lee had been stopped, but said that his officers had made a lawful and appropriate stop.

The police department was only making excuses for its misconduct, he said.

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“This is unbelievable. I 信貸利率比較was just going to the convenience store to buy stuff and five or six police officers showed up, demanding my papers. When did民間貸款是什麼 Taipei become a police state?” he wrote.

Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) deputy director of culture and communications Tang Te-ming (唐德明) said Lee should not have appeared suspicious.

“Why did the poli卡債如何償還ce not stop anybody but you? You should reflect on that,” Tang said.

Deciding that the man’s behavior was suspicious, the officers stopped him to ask for his identification, which he refused, and then argued with them, Chen said.

“No one brings an ID with them just to buy beverages at a convenience store. 台中快速借錢The police acted in a ridiculous manner,” she said.


By Ho Shih-chun, Wu Po-wei and Jonathan Chin / Sta高雄借錢網ff reporters, with staff writer

In a Faceb玉山銀行貸款條件ook post on Sunday, Lee said he was stopped earlier in the day by police officers near a convenience store close to the Taipei Bus Station.